Last Wednesday there was a twilight open house for an estate property in Bel Air with an asking price of $188 million. It is unusual to have an open house on a Wednesday evening (Broker’s Caravan is on Tuesday), and it is even more unusual for a home with such a high price tag to have an open house. The result was such a traffic jam and so many complaints from the neighbors that the police shut down the open house. It even made it on the local newscasts the next morning.
Today is Tuesday, April 17, and it is Tax Day. What happened to yesterday, Monday April 16th? Normally, when April 15th lands on a Sunday, the tax filing deadline is extended by one day until the 16th. Not this year! In fact, we all have one extra day to file our returns. The reason for this is due to a local Washington D. C. holiday that has the local federal offices, including the Internal Revenue Service (headquartered in Washington D.C.) closed yesterday. Therefore
We had a heat spell yesterday with temperatures reaching the low eighties. An early April heat wave. Meanwhile there continues to be increased real estate activity. This week’s new listings surpassed last week’s jump and include a handful of new condominium listings as well. Here are the three new listings that I am highlighting this week. You can find the expanded information sheets and photos of these listings by clicking on the "Highlighted Properties". 1) 1590 BENEDIC
Last week I noted that there was finally a slow week regarding our real estate activity. Well, flash forward one week, and there are triple the number of new listings this week as compared to last week. There are a lot of new listings to view this week, at all price points of the spectrum. Here are the three new listings that I am highlighting this week. You can find the expanded information sheets and photos of these listings by clicking on the "Highlighted Properties". 1