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Charles Everett Graham FORESTVILLE, Md. – Charles Everett Graham passed away on Sunday, March 4, 2018 at his residence in Forestville, Md. He was a devoted husband to his wife, Dorcas Anne Graham. He was the son of Salisbury’s first African American police officer, Rayford Graham and he served honorably in the U.S. Airforce. He attended Price High School and was an active Alumni member. He is preceded in death by his wife, Dorcas Anne Graham. He is survived by his brother, Murrell; his cousin and best friend, Larry Vinson; children (Carlos,Ahmad, and Nicole); and a host of other relatives and friends. Arrangements: The family will receive friends on Wednesday, March 21, from 2 until 10 p.m., services will be held on Wednesday, March 21 at 11:45 a.m...

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10 Cities Hit By The Million-Dollar Housing Boom

Time was, a million dollars seemed to evoke so much to everyday Americans. Swanky vacations in the French Riviera. Bespoke suits and garages filled with Bentleys and Mercedes-Benz roadsters. Corporate titans sipping champagne (mixed with the tears of oppressed workers). And perhaps one thing most of all: big, beautiful, luxury homes.

But let’s get back to present-day reality. A million bucks, however impressive a sum, is no longer synonymous with mansions, or even particularly high-end housing, in much of the country. In fact, there’s now a huge discrepancy in what you can get for a tidy seven-figure price tag across the United States. In Atlanta, it could indeed net you a gigantic mansion in the exclusive suburbs...

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The 20 Hottest Real Estate Markets In America For January 2018

As we near the end of the first month of the new year, it’s time to take a big step back—and to take stock of the situation in real estate markets across the country. Will we see our predictions for 2018 starting to come true already?

Have home buyers refreshed their determination to land a home this year? Are home prices finally slowing their reckless rise? Does the viselike grip on housing inventories in many top markets show signs of loosening up?

Well, it does seem like change is in the air: After peaking at $275,000 in summer 2017, the nationwide median home list price is expected to remain relatively steady at $269,000. That’s 8% higher than one year ago—but in early and mid-2017 we saw double-digit price increases.

Now, we’re not saying that prices aren’t still crazily high...

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Harley L. Lawrence

Forestville, MD – Harley L. Lawrence of Forestville, MD (born in South Hero, Vermont) passed on Feb. 27, 2018. Husband of the late Jean L. Lawrence; Father of Kimberly Lawrence, John Lawrence, Dawn Rock and Richard Lawrence; Grandfather of Jason, Kelly, Brandon & Hayley Lawrence and Ryan & Kacy Cole; great-grandfather of Jaycee Lawrence. Viewing will be held at Lee Funeral Home, Inc., 6633 Old Alexandria Ferry Rd., Clinton, MD 20735 on Sat., March 3, 2018 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM. Service begins at 3:00PM. Interment in Maryland Veteran’s Cemetery, Cheltenham, MD. Online condolence at www.leefuneralhomes.com

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Real Estate Storm Advice

Oh no, you are under contract and this storm just rolled through! There are a few things you can do to save you some headache later.

We had three home inspections scheduled this week, so we took time on Sunday to visit those properties and make sure that they had power. A proactive agent can save you time and hassle. If you have an inspection, make sure the power is on before everyone heads out there 🙂

Make SURE your agent does a final walk through with you prior to settlement. This should ALWAYS happen regardless, but make extra sure you do it if there was some crazy weather in between! The property should be just as you saw it during your home inspection. If anything has been damaged (in a normal situation) it should be repaired by the seller...

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Regency Pointe in Prince George’s County Trades for $56M

FORESTVILLE, MD—This is the Los Angeles-based the Turner Multifamily Impact Fund’s first acquisition.

FORESTVILLE, MD—The 599-unit Regency Pointe apartment complex here has been acquired by the Los Angeles-based the Turner Multifamily Impact Fund.

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Huge Crash In Forestville Injures 3: Report

FORESTVILLE, MD — Authorities are on the scene of a major crash in Forestville that has injured at least three people, according to a report.

Fox 5 reports that some people were trapped in their vehicles after the crash, which happened at Pennsylvania Avenue and Brooks Drive in Forestville around 2:40 p.m. on Thursday.

UPDATE: Reports indicate that one man has died and two women have been hospitalized.

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Warner Sr., Arnold Landon

Arnold Landon Warner Sr., 81, of Culpeper, Va. and formerly a longtime resident of Forestville, Md., died Thursday, November 30, 2017 at his residence. He was born August 18, 1936 in Weston, West Virginia, an only child, to the late Mary M. Bruffey and Albert Arnold Warner. Mr. Warner was a carpenter, like his father, and learned his skills from his beloved Aunt Zelah and Uncle Lytle Reeder. Over 50 years, he worked as a drapery installer, in the field of window treatments, also commercial and residential awnings and outdoor party tents throughout the Washington Metropolitan area. He shared his lifelong love of fishing with his father, son, and lots of lucky friends. His wife, Ruby, of 53 years, preceded him in death on March 20, 2008...

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Huge Crash In Forestville Injures 3: Report

FORESTVILLE, MD — Authorities are on the scene of a major crash in Forestville that has injured at least three people, according to a report.

Fox 5 reports that some people were trapped in their vehicles after the crash, which happened at Pennsylvania Avenue and Brooks Drive in Forestville around 2:40 p.m. on Thursday.

UPDATE: Reports indicate that one man has died and two women have been hospitalized.

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Prince George’s County Top Performances

Upper Marlboro, Md.-based Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School (11-2) defeated Suitland High School located in Forestville, Md. 56-47 on Jan. 18.

Wise senior forward Terrance Gibbons led the Pumas in scoring with 16 points and pulled down 14 rebounds. Senior guard Sherwyn Devonish scored 14 points, had six rebounds and dished out four assists to help lead his team to victory.

Wise senior forward Terrance Williams (#3) led the Pumas in scoring (16 points) against Suitland High School on Jan. 18. (Photo by Daniel Kucin Jr.)

Greenbelt, Md.-based Eleanor Roosevelt High School (9-3) slipped past Bowie High School (Bowie, Md.) 58-57 on Jan. 19. Raiders senior guard Juston Bailey led the way with 19 points, but some of his fellow teammates pitched in with solid performances as well.

Senior guard Ja...

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