We Specialize In These Baltimore Area Communities

Harford County - Aberdeen - Jerrettsville - Edgewood - Perry Hall/ White Marsh
Bel Air - Forest Hill - Churchville - Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG)
Kingsville - Abingdon - Fallston - Havre de Grace

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How we helped Jeff with his real estate needs by making sure he had plenty of showings

"Lee put his son on our sale case and we had an offer within a week. We were very impressed that we had about a dozen showings within the first week. We were very happy with the Lee Tessier team in both the sale and the purchase of our home."

How we helped Candace buy and sell a home with our separate, focused Realtor experience

"The Lee Tessier team was on top of their game! We had 2 different Realtors, one for buying and one for selling, so each can focus on their own buying and selling. We thought they did a great job and that it was very cool that they can split that up. They’re very professional and they really know their stuff! I recommend them to everybody because they just know what they’re doing!"

How we helped Scott buy and sell a home with our personal touch

"The Lee Tessier Team did a very good job for us. They have a really nice personal touch that the average real estate office doesn’t have. Something that really exceeded our expectations was that they let us use their truck to move our furniture."

Maximize the Value of Your Home with These Simple Fixes

There are many great Baltimore area homes for sale. Click here to perform a full home search, or if you're thinking of selling your home, click here for a FREE Home Price Evaluation so you know what buyers will pay for your home in today's market. You may also call me at (410) 638-9555 for a FREE home buying or selling consultation to answer any of your real estate questions.

Spring has sprung here in Harford and Baltimore counties, and that means the real estate market, like the weather, is heating up. While you may think of renovating your home for sale as a daunting task, there are a number of fast, easy fixes that are also inexpensive. Sometimes these small changes can get your home sold fast at full listing instead of having to re-list multiple times at lower figures. Follow these simple tips and with the help of the Lee Tessier team, your home WILL be sold for the RIGHT price.

  • We have a property stager who meets with ALL of our clients and provides them with an itemized repair sheet
  • It’s up to you what you do with this list, but some of these simple, cost-effective measures can vastly improve the value of your home
  • One of the easiest improvements you can make is with paint.  Investing in a color change in one or more rooms of your home can dramatically increase its appeal to customers which can increase its value
  • Another simple improvement is carpet. One way to entice potential buyers is with clean, soft carpet. You don’t NEED to get new carpet, either. Simply getting rid of ripples and bunches by stretching  your current carpet can give it a whole new look and feel
  • Finally, simple fixes like replacing old brass knobs and light fixtures with new, copper pieces can greatly improve the value of your home 

We are still accepting donations for the American Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. I'm running for 'Man of the Year' and every dime we can get towards reaching our goal for this noble cause is greatly appreciated. For more information about this great program, please visit http://www.mwoy.org/pages/md/md14/LeeTessier

Help me Fight Cancer with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Today I wanted to bring you a very important message from a very special person. Before he speaks with us I'd like to tell you that I am fundraising to support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society has created many innovative ways to get involved. One way is engaging nominees for Man and Woman of the Year title in a friendly competition to raise money for blood cancer research. I am honored to say that I have been nominated for Man of the Year. However, this is not what I came to you to talk about.

I'd like to introduce Mikey, a blood cancer survivor who is here to tell us his story. He was diagnosed at age 4, but says he could not really grasp the idea of himself having cancer until the age of 6. Throughout all the struggles and hardships that Mikey went through, he describes his experience as simultaneous instances of misery and happiness. As he was battling his own disease, he also helped others to fight their own battles as he campaigned and took part in charitable events for others affected by leukemia. 

Mikey's father, Jim, says that the survival rate for leukemia 30 years ago was right around 15%. Currently the survival rate is 85%, but that still leaves us with 15% of people who lose this fight, and we're trying to change that. Also, what most people don't realize is that when you're diagnosed with cancer, it's only one of many battles you fight. Chemotherapy and radiation therapy are absolute killers to your immune system. Even a small cold can kill you, and this makes life even more difficult. 

This is why we need your help to fight cancer. No donation is too small, so please help us out. If you would like more information on our mission, then visit this website: http://www.mwoy.org/pages/md/md14/LeeTessier

All donations are greatly appreciated and are tax deductible. They not only support LLS research, but also patient services, advocacy, public and professional education, and community services as well.

Please visit my Web site and bring friends who would also like to donate!

Check out our upcoming events!

Unite to Fight Cancer Golf Tournament

Friday May 9th @ Mountain Branch Golf Grille & Pub

5:30 - 8:00 PM AWARDS & DINNER

CONTACT OUR OFFICE 410-638-9555 for more information

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On behalf of blood cancer patients everywhere I thank you for your support! For more information about LLS, please visit www.lls.org