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How to Get $2,000 When You Buy a Bowie MD Home

Buy a home in the City of Bowie and receive a $2,000 grant if you’re a police officer, city employee or teacher.


12318 Whitehall DriveYou can find a real bargain in Belair at Bowie.  Some models are selling as much as $50–$75,000 below what they did only two years ago.   I have a beautiful listing that settles this week at just $275,000 – an owner occupied rancher with a huge addition, updated kitchen and baths, new windows and more.  That’s lower than the price of most townhones in nearby Crofton, Gambrills or Odenton. 

In fact, there are more than 500 homes for sale in Greater Bowie right now, including 107 in the nearby 20715 zipcode.  They range from $160,000 for a townhome in Belair Town to $639,000 for a home in Saddlebrook West. My son and his family live in Belair at Bowie, and they love their local school - not to mention the shorter commute to Arlington than they had from Crofton.


Ensleigh in Bowie MDBowie is collaborating with the Prince George’s County Council and the Maryland Department of Housing to offer the City Workforce and Bowie First programs.  These will provide $1,000 in closing assistance to eligible home buyers, and the Maryland Mortgage Program will provide matching funds for a total of $2,000. 

You can search Bowie Homes for Sale  by clicking on the link provided, and then let me know if you’d like to inspect the interior of anything you see there.  You’ll find a wide range of homes including both owner-occupied homes and bargain-basement priced foreclosures, short sales and REO’s. (To learn the difference, check out this YouTube video: Real Estate Distress Sales Described

Congratulations to the City of Bowie for reaching out to prospective homebuyers and making it easier for them to afford a Bowie home.

And congratulations to eligible Bowie homebuyers who enjoy a rare opportunity to get $2000 through these programs PLUS the Federal Tax Credit of $8,000. 


Funds will be awarded on a first-come first-serve basis, so get started now.  For more information, contact the City Grants Administrator at City Hall (301-809-3072) or print out one of these applications:




This infoMargaret Wodarmation was provided to you by Margaret Woda, an Associate Broker with Long & Foster Real Estate in Crofton Maryland. Contact Margaret today for general real estate information or to learn how she can help you buy or sell a home in Annapolis, Bowie, Crofton, Davidsonville, Gambrills, and Odenton. 

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Comment balloon 4 commentsMargaret Woda • July 13 2009 10:19AM



Interesting program...they should extend that to 'settlement officers' also...!!! :) Thanks,   Fran

Posted by Fran Gaspari, "The Title Man" - Title Insurance - PA & NJ (Patriot Land Transfer, Inc.) about 8 years ago

I guess they had to draw the line somewhere!  They don't have "real estate agents" on the list either.  Heck, they don't have "firemen:, either.

Posted by Margaret Woda, Maryland Real Estate & Military Relocation (Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.) about 8 years ago

We also have a program in our area for public service people including Fire, police and teachers. Good plan I hope it helps them.

Posted by Terry & Bonnie Westbrook, Westbrook Realty - Grand Rapids Forest Hills MI Re (Westbrook Realty Broker-Owner) about 8 years ago

Way to continue to be the local expert.  Excellent job!

Posted by Michael Lee (Frog Realty) about 8 years ago

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