Dawn Pollard, I am the personal assistant to the managing director of TNBUN. I am a mother, grandmother. I am an entrepreneur and the owner and creator of Bubbletini Bath Bliss we make all-natural organic bath bombs. I am a certified Peer Recovery Specialist. I managed two restaurants as the lead bartender. But my passion is Real Estate. I’ve been licensed in Maryland since 2017 I attended Coldwell Banker for their real estate course. Once I passed my state exam, I placed my incense on inactive status for 3 years. I activated my license during the pandemic on May 26, 2020. I am a sales agent with The Wilson Homes Group at Keller Williams Legacy in 1104 Kenilworth Dr. Towson, Maryland 21204. 443-554-5480.
I decided to step out on faith and focus on buying, selling, and investing in real estate. During this crisis, I realized that practicing real estate it would allow me to do what I love while practicing social distancing. Real Estate has always been
My oldest daughter Danielle Parsons owns her own tile renovation company Seviin Renovations LLC, as a mother-daughter duo, we plan on investing and rehabbing our 1st property this year.
During the covert 19 pandemics, we strategized a plan to utilize both of our talents and our love for DIY projects to create Pelham Properties Management LLC.
Even during the current state of emergency with the ongoing pandemic, it’s still a great time to purchase a home with interest rates as low as 2.5% according to BofA for a 15-year mortgage. According to Fannie Mae, the annual average rate for 2020 will be 3.2%, down from 2019’s 3.9%. This would beat the record of 3.65% set in 2016, according to Freddie Mac data. Fannie Mae expects rates to drop to 2.9% in 2021.
The real estate industry is still thriving with virtual listings and open houses. Everyone was still able to buy and or sell property from the safety of their own homes. Technically has allowed this industry to stay afloat with virtual closings and social media we are still able to showcase and advertise property listings.
According to Trulia, “popular neighborhoods in Baltimore include Canton and Frankford, with average listing prices of $349,917 and $111,809, which indeed makes this a seller’s market. The market has seen an increase in 3D tours and video-chat tours, as states placed restrictions on real estate practices while shelter-in-place order is in effect. a growing trend of home tours is happening via video chats like Zoom which has seen a huge spike during the pandemic