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Fall 2012 Edition

 

 

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HOWIE B PROPERTIES

8316 Burning Wood Road

Baltimore, MD 21208-1709

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From Howie B

      September is National Preparedness Month.  Are you ready? Ready for what is a great question.  Yes, you should have some basic supplies in your home.  These items include bottled water, non-­perishable foods, flashlights, batteries, radio, First aid kit, family member’s medications, etc. A complete list is available at http://www.bt.cdc.gov/preparedness/kit/disasters/.  You should also have a few hardware items such as duct tape, plastic, a wrench, etc.  But the real needs in an emergency are not the physical items – it is your mental fitness and capacity to assess, act and cope.

Since we do not know if this emergency has our family physically together or not, or is an emergency about just one member such as an accident, or overly encompassing emergency similar to Katrina, we need to be prepared for any circumstance, mentally.  What is needed is a strong mental capacity of each person to cope with whatever unknown situation is presented.

Every day we should be looking to improve our personal skills and those of the members of our family.  Each of us should learn to be more independent, think logically, assesses calmly, be clear and concise communicators, be good listeners; but above all we need to be action oriented. 

Remember, problems of any size rarely, close to never, resolve themselves.  They need our interaction.  The first interaction should be to avoid the problem if possible. Should the problem exist and not be avoided or avoidable, take the appropriate time, as short as possible, to calmly and unemotionally assess it.  What caused it? What will resolve it in the immediate? What will resolve it for the long haul and not have it reoccur? Next, plan how to resolve it.    Who do you need to contact for assistance or to just communicate the situation?  Now go resolve it!

This critical thinking process that you would use in a simple situation, such as your car breaking down on a highway or you getting violently ill when you are alone, is the same process that you would use in any larger or family emergency.  The questions: Who?  What?  When? Where? How?  all should be asked as you calmly assess the situation.  That will help you come to the appropriate decisions to resolve the circumstance. 

The key to being prepared is personal development skills.  No matter your age, your finances or your family size, you need to make personal improvement a priority.  You will be better prepared for any emergency and your life will be easier with less unnecessary drama. We can never be too prepared.

 

 

 

Five Important Things to Assist in your Family Preparedness

1.    Communicate with your family about different types of emergencies and have a plan and a contingency plan if the plan is not executable.  Where will you meet, where do you store the emergency supplies, who do you need to contact, etc.

2.    Periodically modify, as your family circumstances change, and review your plan with everyone in your family and some extended family if they are involved, such as the safe meeting place if your home is not available or part of the plan.

3.    Teach everyone in your family to be logical critical thinkers with good communication skills.  Play games; play with if scenarios and have periodic conversations about how others handled emergencies in the news and what they did well and not so well. The emergency we are preparing for may be nothing like a previous emergency that we have never personally experienced; we just don’t know!

4.    Have a few dollars of cash set aside for every member of your family in secure easy accessible place in your home.  If power goes out in a large area credit card equipment and ATM machines will be inoperable and limit your access to goods, services and cash.

5.    Consider others beyond your immediate nuclear family.  Your elderly neighbor, your pets, your close co-workers, your community.

 

FACTOID:  The first U. S. Presidential election was held in 1788 where George Washington won 100% of the vote, a total of only 38,818.  In 2008   31.1 million votes were cast.

Are you better off then you were four years ago? Probably not.  Is it time to change quarterbacks? Exercise your vote on election day, Tuesday, November 6, 2012.  Also vote against questions 7 which is a large tax break for casino operators only. 

Enjoy the beautiful fall colors, the cooler temperatures and the end of year holidays.

   Thanks,

     Howie B

 

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2730 Harlem Avenue, 21216 – WEST BALTIMORE – 3 B/R row house - $975/mo. Map it.    NEW UNIT!

*ONE MONTH FREE OFFER* West Baltimore. - $975/mo – 2730 Harlem Avenue, 21216 - A fully rehabbed  row house with three bedrooms and fully tiled tub/shower with glass doors in bathroom, updated eat-in kitchen with Energy-Star® appliances including a built-in microwave, washer and dryer, hardwood floors throughout the house, ceiling fans and overhead lighting throughout, great natural light, all new windows with mini-blinds throughout, all gas appliances, new gas heating system, unfinished basement for lots of storage, rear yard, approved pets welcome, NO section 8, available immediately.  Call Howie B (owner/agent) at 410.375.4200 or 410.602.0809.  Visit us at http://www.howiebproperties.com.

Click here for Additional Pictures & Information or call Howie B @ 410.375.4200 or 410.602.0809

 

 

Reservoir Hill – 2445 Lakeview Avenue – 2 B/R Apartment - $9950/mo. Map it.

Reservoir Hill – 2445 Lakeview Avenue, 21217 - $995/mo - 2 B/R unit @ “The Historic Sagamore”

This 100 year old six-unit elegant apartment building is located in Historic Reservoir Hill just south of the reservoir/jogging/biking path of Druid Hill Park. It has been renovated to create modern energy efficient lead-free units with lots of charm.  This first floor two bedroom unit has a granite kitchen, hardwood floors, in-unit private washer and dryer, fully tiled shower with glass doors, high efficiency heat and air conditioning unit, great natural light, overhead or recessed lights in every room, ceiling fans in all bedrooms for sleeping comfort, all new Energy-Star® appliances, insulation beyond current building code requirements, energy efficient tank-less hot water heater, all gas appliances and much more. Sorry No pets, NO sec. 8. 

Click here for Additional Pictures & Information or all Howie B @ 410.375.4200 or 410.602.0809.

 

 

FELLS POINT – 722-200 South Broadway, 21231 – Salon or Work Studio - $1,495/mo. Map it.

*ONE MONTH FREE OFFER* Fells Point $1495/mo- This 2nd floor space is ideal for a hair salon, nail salon, yoga/fitness studio, retail or offices and has great street exposure in the heart of Fells Point near many restaurants, bars and retailers.  Located 2 blocks from the foot of Broadway w/water views, just renovated with gleaming hardwood floors, two decorative fireplaces, central air, water access, all newly renovated private bathrooms. This unit has high ceilings, oversized windows, window treatments, overhead lights and ceiling fans throughout, unrestricted on-street parking and professionally managed by Owner/Agent. Located near all major highways, near Hopkins, water taxis, shopping and downtown.

Available immediately.

Click here for Additional Pictures & Information or all Howie B @ 410.375.4200 or 410.602.0809.

 

 

Hampden – 1527 Union Ave, 21211 – Two B/R, 2 Bathroom Apartment - $1,295/mo.  Map it.

*ONE MONTH FREE OFFER* Hampden – $1,295/mo - 1527 Union Ave - 21211 - This fully newly renovated two b/r unit has 2 full bathrooms, tiled with glass shower doors; gorgeous hardwood floors, exposed brick, high ceilings, central air conditioning, washer and dryer in unit,  eat-in kitchen, all gas Energy-Star® appliances, including a built-in microwave, overhead lighting and ceiling fans throughout,  mini-blinds, located near MICA, JHU and light rail, unrestricted on-street parking and professionally managed by owner.

Sorry No pets, NO sec. 8. Available immediately.

Click here for Additional Pictures & Information or call Howie B @ 410.375.4200 or 410.602.

 

 

FELLS POINT 716-722 South Broadway, 21231 Office Space - 4,000+/- sf- Priced upon amount of space taken. Map it. 

*ONE MONTH FREE OFFER*  FELLS POINT - 716-722 South Broadway in the heart of the Historic District - up to 4,000+/- sq.ft. Suites starting at $1495/month. Second floor+ space, sub-dividable, professionally decorated modern offices.  Some space is ideal for a hair salon, nail salon, flex space, small family business, etc. some hardwood floors and fresh w/w designer carpeting, central air conditioning, high ceilings, Ethernet system, move in condition, street level signage available, street visibility, kitchenette/coffee areas throughout, three private bathrooms, great natural light, convenient to all major highways, walk-able to Harbor East and Inner Harbor, amongst many food and drink establishments, two blocks to waters edge, plentiful on street parking for patrons, on the Charm City Circulator Bus route, available immediately. Flexible for needed modifications. Flexible lease terms.

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722 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231
410.342.4222

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Fells Point

716 S. Broadway

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