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Pet-Friendly Apartments With a Community Dog Park

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Abberly Square, Waldorf, MDThe nice weather isn’t just good news for humans, but also comes as a relief to our four-legged friends who like to spend time enjoying the outdoors. We consider ourselves animal lovers at HHHunt and can’t get enough of our adorable pets because they’re a part of our family!

Dog parks at apartment communities have evolved in recent years as residents are increasingly looking for this amenity during their apartment home search. Dog parks offer a secure location to enjoy time with your pup and let him or her play with friends. They boast lush grassy areas, play features and cleanup stations. Many of our apartment communities like Abberly Square in Waldorf, MD, include a welcoming and spacious dog park for our residents and their four-legged friends. Teams at our apartment living communities have even noted that their dog parks are among the top amenities prospective residents inquire about when touring the community. According to an Apartments.com survey, over 70% of apartment renters owned pets.

We’re a nation that loves our pets and for many of us, our pets are an important part of our lives. Dogs and other pets offer a variety of health benefits for their owners by encouraging longevity and healthier lifestyles. Pets can even make us more social. An added bonus of the dog parks at our apartment communities is that they’re popular gathering places to spend time with neighbors and friends. At HHHunt, we believe it’s how you live that matters. Discovering innovative ways to deliver amenities that serve our residents and their pets, such as our dog parks, ensures that we’re delivering on our brand promise to be a provider of quality products and services.

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Apartments in Waldorf that Redefine Luxury

Joseph Coupal - Friday, September 07, 2018

Abberly Square, Waldorf, MDSituated in Waldorf, Maryland, Abberly Square has redefined luxury apartment living with a perfect blend of spacious interiors and outstanding features in a desirable location. Residents enjoy all of the benefits of living well and getting the most out of life.

Abberly Square offers spacious one, two, and three-bedroom floorplans with desirable amenities and features. Wood plank-style flooring in the kitchens and baths, large windows for an abundance of natural light, and details such as granite countertops, mocha wood cabinets, black appliances and oversized garden tubs provide for essentials and luxuries alike. Added conveniences such as elevators and washers and dryers are included in every apartment home.

This stunning apartment community showcases convenient and deluxe amenities for residents to enjoy. During the warmer months, the private pool and large sundeck are the places to be! The vibrant clubhouse includes a demo kitchen, smart TVs throughout and a cardio studio for all to use. The outdoor entertainment area with lounge seating, log fireplace and picnic area, is the perfect place to roast marshmallows, host birthday parties and more. Four-legged family members will love playing in the dog park. Have an electric car? No problem! There are numerous car charging stations and a car care center as well. Abberly Square has it all!Abberly Square Apartment Homes

Tucked away in a scenic setting just off Route 301, Abberly Square is only minutes from St. Charles Towne Center, Joint Base Andrews, and the National Harbor, as well as many of the area’s best restaurants and shopping areas.

We invite you to visit our apartments in Waldorf, MD today to experience a fresh perspective on apartment living! At HHHunt, we believe it’s how you live that matters!

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One, Two, and Three Bedroom Apartments in a Community That Offers So Much More

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, August 30, 2018

Abberly Square, Waldorf, MDSpacious and modern clubhouses with demo kitchens. Pools with large sundecks and plenty of space to socialize. An Adrenaline Cardio and Strength Studio on site. Huge apartments with granite countertops, oversized closets, and expansive windows for lots of natural light. These are just a few of the dazzling features in our apartment community.

These apartments in Waldorf, MD boast one, two and three bedroom apartments with open floor plans and an impressive set of amenities including:

  • Elevators
  • Controlled access buildings
  • Nine and ten foot ceilings
  • Washer and dryer in every apartment home
  • Vibrant clubhouse with 4K Ultra HD Smart TVs
  • Demo kitchens for socials
  • Billiards and foosball social lounge
  • Pool with sun deck
  • Adrenaline cardio and strength studio
  • Technology center
  • Car care center
  • Dog Park
  • Outdoor pavilion/entertainment area with fireplace, TV and lounge seating

Abberly Square in Waldorf is conveniently located close to shopping, restaurants, job centers, and entertainment. With direct access to 301 and Route 5, residents are close to everything in the Washington, DC metro area. A serene walking trail and picnic area with cabana offer even more opportunities for residents to enjoy the beautiful surroundings and lush landscaping. This community is a joint venture with the Libby family and is sure to become one of the most popular places to call home in the area.

At HHHunt, we create vibrant communities and places of great distinction because it’s how you live that matters. Your apartment home should be warm and welcoming. You should look forward to heading home after work and spending time with neighbors and friends. Abberly Square encourages interaction among residents and will be communities where you can build life-long friendships.

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Apartment Living Community with Dazzling Features in Waldorf, MD

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Abberly Square, Waldorf, MDSpacious and modern clubhouses with demo kitchens. Pools with large sundecks and plenty of space to socialize. An Adrenaline Cardio and Strength Studio on site. Huge apartments with granite countertops, oversized closets, and expansive windows for lots of natural light. These are just a few of the dazzling features in this apartment living community!

Abberly Square boast one, two and three bedroom apartments with open floor plans and an impressive set of amenities including:

  • Elevators
  • Controlled access buildings
  • Nine and ten foot ceilings
  • Washer and dryer in every apartment home
  • Vibrant clubhouse with 4K Ultra HD Smart TVs
  • Demo kitchens for socials
  • Billiards and foosball social lounge
  • Pool with sun deck
  • Adrenaline cardio and strength studio
  • Technology center
  • Car care center
  • Dog Park
  • Outdoor pavilion/entertainment area with fireplace, TV and lounge seating

Abberly Square in Waldorf is conveniently located close to shopping, restaurants, job centers, and entertainment. With direct access to 301 and Route 5, residents are close to everything in the Washington, DC metro area. A serene walking trail and picnic area with cabana offer even more opportunities for residents to enjoy the beautiful surroundings and lush landscaping. This community is a joint venture with the Libby family and is one of the most popular places to call home in the area.

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Buying or Renting: Here are 3 Myths To Consider

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, August 09, 2018

Abberly Square, Waldorf, MDIs it time to move? Should I continue renting? Should I be house or condo hunting? If you’re starting to ask yourself these questions, you’re also likely turning to friends and family for advice, too. Before you’re swayed one way or the other, consider these three myths often thrown into the buying or renting debate.

Myth #1: You should buy in a buyer’s market.

Buyers beware. Never purchase a home based solely on the market. Just because the market looks good, does not mean it’s good for you. Your first step should be identifying where you stand financially. Determine how much you can safely afford to spend each month on housing or you may be at risk of living beyond your means.

Myth #2: If you own a home, you’ll benefit from the tax breaks.

This is not always the case. While the interest and tax property portions of your mortgage payment may be tax deductible, home improvements, home insurance and losses on the sale of a home are not and never have been tax deductible.

With the recent tax law changes, when it comes to purchasing a home, interest on only the first $750,000 of your mortgage will be deductible. And keep in mind that many states do allow renters to deduct a portion of their rent from their state taxes.

Myth #3: You’re throwing money down the drain by renting.

While this can certainly be a tempting way to think, it is not necessarily true. By choosing to rent, you are satisfying your need for shelter. You have a roof over your head, but unlike purchasing a house or condo, you’re not responsible for the day-to-day upkeep.

When renting, you also benefit from flexibility. You can change apartments much more quickly than you can sell your home, and the money you may have been putting towards mortgage payments is free to be funneled into other investment opportunities.

To help guide your decision, here are some things to consider (both good and bad) about buying or renting:

Rent:

  • Not paying for your own mortgage
  • Not responsible for major upkeep
  • Subject to landlord rules (i.e. pets, smoking, painting, parking)
  • Flexibility in terms of moving
  • Up-front Costs: Security deposit, First and Last

Buy:

  • Building equity
  • Responsible for all upkeep
  • Your rules go
  • Pets welcome
  • May lose value
  • Up-front Costs: Large down payment, cash to cover closing costs, moving expenses, emergency fund
  • Best to stay put for at least seven years

Choosing whether to purchase a home or continue renting ultimately comes down to your financial standing and personal preference. What may be right for your neighbor may not be right for you. That said, be sure to make an educated decision and don’t be fooled by some of the myths around this ongoing topic!

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Rent or Buy Debate Doesn't Make Sense

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, August 02, 2018

Abberly Square, Waldorf, MDWhen you buy a home, you pay for things you don’t have to pay for as a renter: loan interest, property taxes, insurance, and even maintenance and repair costs. That’s part of the argument in favor of renting: there are so many additional costs and factors that get overlooked. That goes for both sides, though, and the details vary depending on the situation. Here are a few commonly overlooked factors that make up the specifics.

  • How long you’ll live in the home: This varies depending on the market, but in general, the longer you’re in the home, the better, because your costs are spread out over time.
  • The cost of housing in your area: In most cases, people rent because houses are just too expensive, but it all depends on the market in your area. If renting is extremely costly in your area, it might be more affordable to buy a home.
  • The opportunity cost of your taxes and insurance: What kind of long-term return could you get if you invested this money instead, in the stock market, a CD, or even a “high interest” savings account?
  • The opportunity cost of your down payment: Similarly, how much of a return could you get if you invested that lump sum instead?

It’s impossible to say renting or buying is a better decision because each one of these factors (and more) depends on your unique situation. You have to consider where you live, what kind of house you’re looking for, how much you pay in rent, how much you’ll pay in the future...the list goes on and on.

A Rent vs. Buy calculator is a great tool for simplifying these complexities, depending on your own individual specifics. Still, a calculator can only do so much. It might tell you the better long-term decision on paper, but that still doesn’t mean it’s the best decision for you.

Your Home is a Purchase, Not an Investment

Most experts agree that you shouldn’t think of your primary home as an investment. Contrary to popular belief, real estate barely outpaces inflation over time. Sure, you could time the market, flip a house, or buy a rental, but that’s different from expecting your primary home to earn you a sweet return. The investing myth is another valid argument against buying. Many people buy homes they can’t afford or stretch their finances to pay for expensive home projects because they buy into this myth.

The bottom line is: sometimes it’s smarter to rent, and sometimes buying can work in your favor. Rather than giving in to one side or another, it’s more helpful to learn the rules, crunch the numbers, then do what works—and feels right—for you.

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Considering Moving to Waldorf, MD?

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 26, 2018

Quality of Life in Waldorf, MD

Abberly Square, Waldorf, MDThe quality of life in Waldorf is high. Easy access to shopping, tons of outdoor opportunities, and a reasonable commute into the city make this area prime. Waldorf also butts up against the wide open spaces of the Cedarville State Forest that offers over 3,000 acres of woods and swampland for exploring. Hikers will find the Cedarville State Forest Loop of special interest; it's a walking trail that passes through the forest for over 9 miles, making for a nice day hike.

And families will enjoy the Robert D. Stethem Memorial Sports Complex that features an abundance of baseball diamonds, football fields, picnic areas, and playgrounds. Waldorf even has its own designated dog park where you can take your favorite four-legged friends to play.

There are an abundance of public schools that serve the Waldorf area, several with high ratings given by Greatschools.org. Additionally, the student-to-teacher ratio in Waldorf is 17-to-1, which is great for the area.

What is Waldorf MD Best Known For

Waldorf is best known for its function as a bedroom community for those working in Washington, DC. Its location is far enough away to provide a serene, small-town feel without making for a lengthy commute. Waldorf is still scenic enough to qualify as one of the metropolitan area's prettiest suburbs, but it offers a variety of transportation options that make it an enviable choice for families looking to relocate to Maryland's bustling DC area. Waldorf offers all the best of urban living without the drawbacks. Residents of this suburban neighborhood still enjoy the relaxed pace of rural living without the seclusion.

It's conveniently located, unassuming, and filled with friendly neighbors and charming rural appeal. Living here is affordable, and there's easy access to shopping, dining, and outdoor living. There truly is something for everyone in scenic Waldorf, MD.

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Waldorf, MD is a Great Place to Live

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 19, 2018

Abberly Square, Waldorf, MDWaldorf is included in 24/7 Wall Street’s list of the Top 50 Best Places to Live. The city was ranked #18 out of 50 cities across the United States. The Top 50 Best Places to Live list is based on more than three dozen socioeconomic measures, including population, median home value, poverty rate, and percentage of residents with at least a bachelor’s degree, to identify the 50 best American cities to live in.

Other Washington, D.C. suburbs to make the list included Columbia, Maryland and Arlington, Virginia. Waldorf is noted for not only having easy access to entertainment venues and cultural amenities in the nation’s capital, but also having a greater concentration of restaurants and cafes than is typical nationwide.

"Home is where the heart is! In addition to being a wonderful place to live and raise a family, Waldorf is the ideal destination to enjoy dining, learn more about local history, or savor the great outdoors," said Commissioner Vice President Amanda M. Stewart, M.Ed. "I am honored to be the District 3 Commissioner and to see Waldorf receive the recognition I know we deserve."

“I was pleased to see Waldorf make the Top 50 Best Places to Live list,” said Commissioner Bobby Rucci. “With the city’s close proximity to our nation’s Capital, waterfront, scenic and historic sites, along with our new state-of-the-art schools, Waldorf continues to be a place the residents and I are proud to call home.”

“This ranking confirms what we have seen happening in Waldorf,” said Charles County Economic Development Director Darréll A. Brown. “As the population grows, more professionals are moving here for the quality of life, increasing the percentage of adults with bachelor’s degrees and higher incomes.”

CNN’s Money Magazine has also included the city of Waldorf on its list of the Top 100 Best Places to Live.

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Maryland is Tops!

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 12, 2018

Abberly Square, Waldorf, MDDo you live in one of the best states in America?

You might think people across the nation like to think they live in the best place in the country. After all, you wouldn’t spend your lives somewhere that you truly didn’t love. Right? Not always. In fact, according to a Pew Research Center study not too long ago determined that almost half of Americans would rather live somewhere else than they do now.

Well, if you’re in one of the states we’re about to highlight, odds are you don’t want to go anywhere.

The purpose of this study is to use science to determine which of our great American states are the absolute best. While unbiased, this research does take into account factors that almost all Americans would agree are desirable. Therefore, while you may have strong opinions either way, you can’t argue against the methodology.

Turns out New Hampshire is the best state to live in the country. The worst? You might not be too surprised that New Mexico takes the cake.

Maryland is #9 on this List of the 10 Best States to Live in America for2018.

  • Population: 5,959,902
  • Median Income: $76,067 (1st best)

Sunshine on your shoulders can make you happy. It’s been proven. And in Maryland, the sun shines a lot.

Maryland families command the highest salaries in the U.S. with more than 76,000 a year combined income.

In addition to the great public schools in Maryland, residents are some of the most educated in the country.

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Maryland: Tops on Another Best State List

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 05, 2018

Abberly Square, Waldorf, MDMaryland has been ranked 13th on U.S. News’s list of “best states.”

The score is 16 percent health care, 16 percent education, 14 percent economy, 13 percent opportunity, 12 percent infrastructure, 11 percent crime and corrections, 10 percent fiscal stability and 8 percent quality of life.

Maryland’s best ranking is in opportunity, where it comes in second, after New Hampshire. It’s next best rankings are education, 11th, and health care, 16th.

The first ranked states in every other category are: Hawaii in healthcare, Massachusetts in education, Colorado in economy, Iowa in infrastructure (Iowa also came first overall), Maine in crime and corrections, Utah if fiscal stability and North Dakota in quality of life.

“The data driving these rankings were drawn from extensive and reliable governmental and private sources as well as proprietary data including a national survey of what matters most to citizens around the country,” the U.S. News report says. “Among the eight main categories measured in the Best States rankings, more than five dozen subcategories of metrics are taken into account.

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