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How Do You Make Sound Real Estate Decisions In These Uncertain Times?

December 06, 2008

If you find yourself searching the talk shows and news outlets for the answer to that question, you will probably find yourself more confused than when you started! Opportunities don't always look like opportunities when they present themselves because they often appear at our front door looking more like "trick" than "treat".

In fact, they usually only reveal themselves when we are looking backward from the future. Seeing the opportunity in this market requires identifying your goals and thoughtfully planning how to get there. Plan now to be one of the winners instead of one of the wishers.

IF YOU WANT TO STAY NEAR HAGERSTOWN, PENN NATIONAL GOLF COURSE COMMUNITY HAS MANY GREAT OPPORTUNITIES.

Just 20 minutes from Hagerstown, one of America's Top 100 communities is nestled at the foothills of South Mountain. It's a 1,400-acre master planned community that 1,100 families call home.

The affordability of no state tax on retirement income is only a small part of why people love living here. Penn National has it all - world-class golf, low real estate taxes, magnificent views, swimming, hiking, tennis, its own seasonal farmers market and very friendly neighbors. The diverse community is home to families of all ages and phases of life. They pursue their passions with joy. The social Penn National Home Owners Association provides a network for people to connect and make new friends. Housing choices range from no- or low-maintenance condominiums and villas to single-family homes of all sizes and shapes. For that dream house, home sites on the golf course and next to the 85,000-acre Michaux State Forest are available. Take the short drive to Pennsylvania and see what's right in your own backyard.

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Maintenance Association Villa with naturalized open space to the rear provides gracious living and no yard work, leaving you time for fun. Priced at $255,900, with immediate occupancy. 1,569 square feet of living featuring an eat-in kitchen, 3 bedrooms, a master suite on the main level, and a walk-out lower level. The association fees are $60 per month. The quality construction is by Armstrong Builders, who have been builders of homes in Penn National for more than 25 years. Consider using this as a rental or a retreat 'til you sell your home. Now is a great time to buy! This story is a paid advertisement.

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