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Successful Closing Means $150 Donation to Charity 2/2012

Beginning in January 2010 I implemented $150 donation to charity with every closing.

Following the successful closing of 2211 Turley Green Place, Upper Marlboro MD 20774 I am happy to report that the following donations have been made:

My Choice:

  • $50 to the MSWALK - MS Walk raises funds to aid in research and treatment for MS as well as to raise awareness for the issues surrounding this disease.  I am walking in the MSWalk in Bowie on April 14, 2012.

Buyer's Choice

  • $100 to Food for the Poor. - Food for the Poor provides feed, health care, and emergency relief to millions of poor children across the world.

This charitable donation has become one of my favorite pats of the real estate transaction.  I am excited to be able to make these donations and I look forward to making many more donations in the coming months (and years).

If you or someone you know would like information about buying, selling, or renting a home in Prince George's, Montgomery,  Charles, Calvert, Anne Arundel, Howard, and/or Baltimore Counties please contact Dr. Stacey-Ann Baugh of Century 21 New Millennium.

 

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Donations made to charity with every successful closing!


Dr. Stacey-Ann Baugh

Century 21 New Millennium

www.LiveinPGCounty.com

staceyannbaugh@gmail.com

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Comment balloon 3 commentsDr. Stacey-Ann Baugh • February 24 2012 02:01PM

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Congratulations on both your successful closing and your commitment to paying it forward!  Here's looking forward to many transactions together in 2012! 

I am grateful that you took the lead, since I implemented the charitable donations for every closing after reading about your commitment!

All the best!

Maryland Mortgage Mama

Posted by Bridget "Mortgage Mama" McGee, Maryland Mortgage Mama NMLS#196068 (SWBC Mortgage 410-960-2061) over 6 years ago

Not a bad thing.  I had a buyer ask me to make a donation after we found a home for her.  She asked before we started looking and it was a condition of her working with me.

It was to be a good sale so I agreed. The donationwas less than a referralfee.   I like your idea

Posted by Vern Eaton, Realtor 651-674-7449 over 6 years ago

Stacey-Ann, a friend of mine calls this "doing well by doing good."  And I think it's a wonderful way to do business.

Posted by Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital (RLAH Real Estate) over 6 years ago

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