First Time Home Buyer Seminar

Do you have some burning questions about homeownership but aren’t quite sure where to start? Join our First Time Home Buyer’s Seminar on Tuesday, April 13th at 7:00 P.M. with our MD and DC licensed agent and expert, Debbie Gerald! What You’ll Learn: What lenders look for during pre-approval What exactly a buyer’s agent can … Read More

Virtual + Free Sell Your Home For MORE Seminar

Before you make any decisions on your home’s sale, join us for a VIRTUAL seminar hosted by the DKG listing team on Saturday, March 20th at 10:00 AM! If you’re considering selling now or in the future, this is your no-fail first step to achieving the highest return on your investment even during a pandemic. … Read More

First Time Home Buyer Seminar

Join Donna Kerr Group’s MD and DC licensed agent Debbie Gerald and Caliber Home Loans Branch Manager Ramez Fahmy for a virtual First-Time Homebuyers Seminar. Debbie and Ramez will discuss the ins and outs of purchasing and financing your first home. If you’ve been thinking about buying a home this year or in the near … Read More

Silver Spring Social Distancing – Ice Cream Social

Join us Sunday, October 25th! Celebrate Halloween safely with this Social Distancing – Ice Cream social! The first 25 kids in line get a FREE ice cream cone, compliments of the AMAZING Congressman Jamie Raskin!! We know kids and parents need a Back to School break! Wear your costumes and safety masks, win prizes, and … Read More

M-NCPPC Votes to “Not Concur” with Managed Lanes Alternatives

M-NCPPC Votes to “Not Concur” with Managed Lanes Alternatives

The bi-county Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission voted last week to “not concur” with the alternatives proposed for study in an attempt to relieve traffic congestion on I-994 and I-270. The 9-1 vote was taken as part of the public comment process required to complete and environmental impact statement for the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration’s Managed Lanes Study for the two highways. The effects on M-NCPPC parkland aren’t yet known; any decisions will be later in the process.