The Monthly Edit: June Edition

The Monthly Edit: June edition

 What's new?

  •  One of the most prominent new developments in Baltimore is the Baltimore Peninsula. This ongoing project aims to revitalize the waterfront area with a mix of residential, commercial, and green spaces [baltimore.org].
  •  The month of May was a mix of relaxation and productivity for me. I indulged in  binge-watching  and in some physical fitness activities.  Additionally, I spent some time on a cruise with my friends.
  •  I was focused on refining my coaching strategies and expanding my client base in May. I connected with fellow coaches and industry experts, exchanging insights and best practices.

 Your June Home Maintenance Checklist:

  • Replace water filters in refrigerator water dispensers, under-sink filtration systems, or whole-house filtration systems.
  • Use a microfiber cloth, duster, or vacuum attachment to clean window blinds slat by slat. For faster results, you can remove them from the windows and soak them in warm, soapy water in the bathtub before rinsing and drying.
  • Clean patio furniture, give your deck or patio a good scrub, and replace faded seat cushions so your outdoor space will be open for business come summertime.
  • Trim back tree branches that could pose a hazard during storms and ensure you have a way to secure outdoor furniture during strong winds.
  • Check outdoor lighting fixtures and replace any burnt-out bulbs.

 June Baltimore Bucket List:

  • Explore the vibrant murals of Graffiti Alley: (Throughout June)
  • Celebrate Maryland Day at the Inner Harbor (June 19th)
  • Cool off with the family at Sandy Point State Park: (Throughout June)
  • Catch a Baltimore Orioles game with Dad on Father’s Day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards : (June 1st - Throughout June)

Baltimore housing market suggests a cooling down compared to earlier in 2024

Median Sales Price: As of April 2024 data, the median sale price sits around $200,000, which is a 4.8% decrease compared to the prior year [Redfin].

Sales Speed: Homes are spending an average of 35 days on the market, which is similar to last year [Redfin].

Inventory: Data suggests there might be more homes available compared to the peak competitive seller's market earlier in 2024.

 

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