Mortgage Broker/Banker

April 22, 2009

If you work in Maryland and want to promote yourself for free check out http://www.relify.com You can post your company and the types of loans that you do. You can upload a photo or logo and then consumers and search for you by State and type of loan they need. I highly recommend http://www.relify.com. It is free, user friendly and another great way to get your name out there!

The Daily Record Article

April 21, 2009

It was so exciting to see the article in the daily record about relify.com. My husband and I have worked so hard trying to design a website that is user friendly, free and will draw traffic to it. We thought about what is important for agents, mortgage brokers, and contractors as well as auction companies, for sale by owners and the general public. We wanted to create a website that would consolodate all of a consumer’s needs for their home. We worked with designers, computer people and the general public. It was amazing to see the article in print yesterday, what a feeling of accomplishment. Now we are meeting with marketing people to get our site out to the public. I encourage anyone in the real estate field to post on it and anyone searching for a home to search our site. Thank you for all of your support and check out the article:
http://www.mddailyrecord.com/article.cfm?id=11310&type=UTTM

Real Estate Maryland

April 18, 2009

relifycom6Okay, so there are so many sites out there on how to find a house, mortgage broker, contractors and resources. My husband I started to look for our house a few years ago and checked out all of the websites, spoke to agents…did a lot of leg work driving around neighborhoods we were interested in and it got us thinking…there has to be an easier way. So, we thought of what our ideal website would look like if we could design what we wanted all under one roof. That is how we came up with http://www.relify.com It is a one stop shop. You can locate an agent, search property for sale by agents, owners, builders and auction companies as well as search the Multiple List in Maryland. You can search for a mortgage broker and even find a contractor for your home’s needs. In addition we added a feature called “myrelify”. myrelify not only tags your agent, broker and contractors, it also allows you to input all of your homes information (like paint colors, warranty information and appliances). And now it is built and on the web. I encourage anyone who is looking for anything home related to search our site and anyone that works in the real estate industry to post on our FREE site. We do not require anyone to log on to view any of the information. Feedback is welcome!

Thanks,
http://www.relify.com

Help with photoshop element

April 12, 2009

I have been trying to copy something I have from photoshop element 7 and make a flyer. I can not figure out how to do it. Does anyone out there have any suggestions. I have spent the better part of this weekend and not can not copy and paste it or email it to myself b/c it keeps trying to send from outlook which I don’t have. I am so frustrated! Any suggestions????

Hello world!

April 11, 2009

Real Estate Search Engine in Maryland

<a href=”http://relify.com&#8221; As a parent I am constantly trying to find new and fun things to do with my children that they will enjoy. As of this date we are members of the Maryland zoo and the Maryland science center, which I highly recommend. I have been taking my son to both since he was 2 months old and he loves it. In addition the Baltimore museam of Art and the Walters Art Gallery are great on rainy days. My son is 3 yrs. old and he asks to see the Thinker at the BMA…it is great. When the weather is nice the backyard at the BMA is wonderful b/c kids can run thru the statues. As a side note Gertrudes (the resturant there) offers cheaper meals one night of the week (just call to make sure that is still going on). The Walters is great, but sometimes parking is tuff). The Baltimore museam of Industry in Federal Hill is so much fun especially when they have activities. The Baltimore Child magazine offers great information on what to do with children you can check them out online at http://www.baltimoreschild.com. On Sunday mornings starting at 8am the Farmers Market is great it is under 83 off the Pleasent Street exit (it runs from May 3rd until December 20th). There are a ton of festivals that go on in the spring and summer. Johns Hopkins Spring Fair is April 24th thru the 26th, Pee Wee preakness in Federal Hill Park on May 12th at 11:30am and the Charles Village Festival and Parade June 6th thru the the 7th at Wyman Park Dell from 11am-6pm. There are so many things to choose from and I am constantly trying to find new things. I know the standards for me are Barnes and Noble story time, Ultimate Play Zone http://www.ultimateplayzone.com (which they love) and the mall (which I do as little as possible). I am happy to post more to do if anyone out there wants the information. http://www.citylivingbaltimore.com has a great calander on their site which I encourage anyone to check out as well. They also have a lot of information about what is going on in Baltimore. I would love to hear from anyone that has great ideas of where to take kids on rainy days or days of of school.