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Apartment Living with Fabulous Amenities

Joseph Coupal - Friday, September 07, 2018

Abberly Crest, Lexington Park, MDSituated in Lexington Park, Maryland, Abberly Crest has redefined luxury apartment living with its fabulous amenities, convenient location, spacious floorplans and amazing team members.

What’s different about Abberly Crest is that you can choose your ideal space from sixteen floor plans! Fall in love with the spacious 9’ and 10’ ceilings with triple-crown molding, large walk-in closets, kitchens with updated finishes, and patios for relaxing evenings. It’s no wonder residents love living at Abberly Crest with so many top amenities to enjoy.

Abberly Crest is also unique in that there are three sections to the community. Whether it’s the convenience of the three-story Summit and Paramount sections, or the elevator access at Apex, you will truly fall in love with all of the style finishes. Plus, Abberly Crest’s ideal location is only minutes to Patuxent Naval Air Station!

These apartments in Lexington Park, MD feature incomparable lifestyle amenities including St. Mary’s County’s largest pool and an additional second pool with zero entry access, three interactive clubhouses with Wi-Fi access, two playgrounds, three fitness centers, two business centers, conference area, dog park and an outdoor resident center with gas fireplace and grilling stations. You will truly have it all at Abberly Crest!

At HHHunt, we believe it’s how you live that matters and Abberly Crest is a shining example of this philosophy.  We invite you to schedule a tour to visit Abberly Crest and discover for yourself what makes it truly unique and a great place to live in Southern Maryland!


Have Fun Celebrating Labor Day in Lexington Park, MD

Joseph Coupal - Friday, August 31, 2018

Abberly Crest, Lexington Park, MDWe can’t believe that the summer is almost over! Labor Day weekend is coming up and gives us one more great opportunity to celebrate summer in style. Residents in our apartments in Lexington Park, MD have access to fabulous outdoor amenities, which are perfect to use for one last hurrah of the season.

If you’re relaxing by the pool, attending a cookout, or playing outdoors – there are so many ways to celebrate the long weekend and the traditional end of summer. Here are some great ideas and ways to enjoy the long weekend in Maryland.

Whether you’re staying close to home at Abberly Crest or venturing out over the long Labor Day weekend, we hope you have fun. We believe it’s how you live that matters! Spending time with friends, neighbors and loved ones is what matters most. Happy Labor Day!


Pet-Friendly Apartments in Lexington Park That Also Offer a Community Dog Park

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, August 23, 2018

Abberly Crest, Lexington Park, 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 Crest in Lexington Park, 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 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.

For more information on pet-friendly apartments in Lexington Park, MD, contact Abberly Crest.


Homeownership can be Risky in Retirement

Joseph Coupal - Friday, August 17, 2018

Abberly Crest, Lexington Park, MDDespite the benefits of homeownership, there's one huge drawback to owning property in retirement, and it's committing yourself to a variable expense while living on a fixed income. Even if your mortgage itself is paid off by the time you enter retirement, you'll still have property taxes to contend with. And those have a tendency to rise over time, even during periods when home values don't follow suit.

There's also maintenance and repairs to think about, and that's where a lot of retirees who own homes get into trouble. The average homeowner spends 1% to 4% of his or her home's value on standard annual upkeep. Now being a retiree doesn't automatically mean you'll own an aging home. But if yours is on the older side, you should plan on hitting the top end of that range, which could really eat into your limited budget.

Furthermore, while that 1% to 4% range applies to regular maintenance, it doesn't include major repairs that could spring up on you without notice. I'm talking about things like your heating system going kaput or a pipe bursting in your basement -- expenses that could really hurt you financially when your income doesn't allow for too many surprises.

And there lies the danger of owning a home in retirement: You just don't know what to expect. And while renting certainly isn't without risk -- you could see your rent go up from year to year or find yourself suddenly on the hunt for a new home when your landlord unexpectedly decides to sell -- when you rent, you lock yourself into a fixed cost for the duration of your lease. Sign a series of long-term, affordable leases, and you eliminate much of the worry that comes with owning.

Ultimately, the decision to own a home during retirement boils down to how much risk you're willing to take on. If you love your home, adore your neighborhood, and don't want to deal with the hassle and uncertainly of renting, then by all means, stay in your home. Just make sure you have a decent chunk of savings -- both emergency and otherwise -- to protect yourself from the various unknowns involved.

For more information on apartments in Lexington Park, MD contact Abberly Crest.


Looking for Your First Apartment: Things to Consider

Joseph Coupal - Friday, August 10, 2018

Abberly Crest, Lexington Park, MDYou're at a point where you're starting to look for your first apartment. After all those years of living in a dorm room or your parent’s home and sleeping in a twin-size bed, you're more than ready to move out. There are some things to consider when you're looking for your first apartment. This is where the #adulting comes in.

Wouldn't it be cool if apartment hunting was like an episode of House Hunters? A realtor would bring you to three cute and trendy places around town, and you'd have to tell her your likes and dislikes.

In reality, it's not always like what you see on television. You'll likely tour a lot of apartments and lofts before you sign any contract and call that place home. Throughout the process, you'll discover what you need out of your living situation, and figure out your priorities. Taking these things into consideration will be key, when you're looking for an apartment the first time around.


Location is the primary thing you need to consider, when you're looking for your first apartment. First thing's first: Where do you want to live?

Once you figure that part out, then you can start looking at the some other details: the neighborhood, the nearest grocery store, and recreational things you can do in the area. It may seem tedious, but location is key to making sure you're comfortable in your new home.


The layout of your apartment is actually more important than you may believe. You want to make sure your space makes sense, and will fit all of your belongings, too. Some complexes have a communal space for laundry, but others will have room for a washer and dryer right in your unit. Maybe your place will be two floors, with a fun spiral staircase, or have a pretty open floor plan. You need to know (and see) these things for yourself!

Before you commit to anything, be sure to take a tour. Check out the closets and room for storage, and the counter space in the kitchen. When in doubt, go with your gut and know where you're willing to compromise.


Rent is just part of the real world, and you have to consider your bank account before dropping any deposits. You'll want to find some easy ways to save money where you can, and don't forget the water bill.


Paying rent and having your own apartment sometimes requires some roommates. You may find a studio and decide to live alone, or have the funds for your own place. Whatever your situation may be, it's important to take other people into consideration. Sometimes just having this company makes a place feel more like home.


Unfortunately, not every apartment allows pets. So, take that into consideration when you're apartment hunting, especially if you may want to recruit some furry roommates.

Talk to the landlord about your options. Sometimes you can have small animals. Maybe you have a furry friend who's going to make the move with you. In that case, you really need to find a place that will be comfortable for two. You may need an apartment that is dog-friendly, or spacious enough for your cat to roam freely during the day.


You'll be spending most of your time away. But, after a particularly busy day, it would be nice to have an easy commute to your couch. When you're looking for your first apartment, you'll want to take transportation into consideration, and look into parking rates for your car. Is there public transportation nearby? Could you walk or bike on a sunny Monday morning?


Before snagging your first apartment, make sure that you meet your future landlord or management team. You'll work with them when your kitchen sink has a leak, or when the air conditioning quits. Like any relationship or friendship, getting along and being able to solve problems is essential.

You want to make sure that this person has your best interests in mind, and cares about your space, too. Ask them questions about their experience, and maybe talk to other tenants who have been in the building for a bit.


Having your own apartment is a dream come true. But, be sure to consider the amenities that come with it before signing any contract. Sometimes, you can find an apartment that's has everything you're looking for, and a pool.

At the end of the day, these sort of things make your living situation even better and could save you some money. After all, if you're using the gym in your building, you don't need a membership at that place downtown.

For more information on apartments in Lexington Park, MD contact Abberly Crest.


You May Not Be Ready to Buy a House

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, August 02, 2018

Abberly Crest, Lexington Park, MDBuying a home can be a good investment. It can be a rewarding experience for you and your family.

But the fact is, it isn't right in every situation and it only works if the buyer is financially prepared. As we saw during the housing crisis, buying a house when you aren't ready can lead to disastrous results.

How can you tell if you're ready? The experts at real estate marketplace Trulia suggest asking yourself some questions.

The first has to do with income. Does your household earn enough money to make the monthly payment on a home, pay for insurance, pay the taxes, and cover maintenance and repairs?

When you rent your home, all of those costs are baked into the monthly rent. If the water heater goes bad, that's the landlord's problem, not yours.

It's true that, with low interest rates, a mortgage might be the same, or even less than rent in some markets. But you can't overlook the other costs of owning a home.

Debt-to-income ratio

What about your debt? If you have outstanding student loans and rising credit card balances, you might not be ready to take on a mortgage. In fact, that could be one thing that might disqualify you.

Lenders look at a borrower's debt-to-income ratio. If the ratio is too high, it reduces the amount you can borrow. In most cases, a lender will want your debt to be no more than 36% of gross income.

When looking at your savings, don't just think about how much you need for a down payment. If the down payment takes all your ready cash, you'll have nothing left to cover those expenses that almost always crop up in the first year of home ownership.

Two important factors

Before considering a home purchase, you also need to make sure you will qualify for a mortgage. Two factors could keep that from happening.

First, you need to have been on the job, or employed in the same industry, for at least two years. Lenders want to see that employment consistency before they'll consider funding your home purchase.

Second, you need a reasonably good credit score. While it is true you might qualify for a subprime mortgage with a marginal credit score, there could be some real disadvantages to being lumped into the subprime sector.

Having a better credit score -- 720 or better -- will get you a better interest rate, in most cases. So it might be wise to spend some time trying to raise your credit score before considering a home purchase, and the easiest way to get started on that is to simply pay all of your bills on time.

Finally, give some thought to the future. If you purchase a home, you'll need to live in it for a while before you can sell it without losing money. The experts at Trulia suggest three to five years is the minimum length of time you'll need to live in it before selling.

If you think there's a good chance you'll be relocating in a couple of years, the prudent thing to do is keep renting.

For more information on apartments in Lexington Park, MD, contact Abberly Crest.


Buying a Home Could Be a Bad Move for Your Career

Joseph Coupal - Friday, July 20, 2018

Abberly Crest, Lexington Park, MDAmerican dream or ball and chain? We’ve heard so many times that homes are the ultimate investment, but your job advancement and long-term salary potential could be hindered if you’re tied down.

Most of the time, the buy-vs.-rent debate revolves around which is the best financial decision. That’s for good reason: As you’ve undoubtedly heard more than once, buying a home is the biggest purchase you’ll probably ever make. Most people need to borrow hundreds of thousands of dollars to make it happen.

It’s not a decision to make lightly, and the numbers involved are something you need to take seriously — especially when the adage that buying is always better than renting is a myth, not fact.

In some cases, you shouldn’t buy a home because it’s not the financially sound choice. Taking on a large amount of debt for the long term after shelling out that much cash up front could put you in a precarious financial position.

But let’s just say the numbers do check out for you, and you want to buy a home. In that case, you still need to consider one other factor that might make buying a bad choice: your career.

The Finances Check Out, But That Still Doesn’t Mean You Should Buy

At worst, buying a home could sabotage your career opportunities. Even in a less-dramatic situation, your house could seriously limit how much you could advance in your career — and affect how much money you can make.

Owning a home reduces your flexibility to pursue jobs and opportunities that may make it easier for you to build serious wealth over your lifetime.

For many people, committing to living in a single location for years could seriously interfere with their ability to grow their career, expand their business, and earn more money.

It’s Difficult to Move to Follow Career Opportunities

It’s hard enough to move from one place to another when you rent. But moving as a renter is considerably easier than moving as an owner, because you can’t just up and leave any time you want when you own your home. As a renter, you always have the ability to break your lease if you need to.

But as a homeowner, you can’t just call up the bank or anyone else and ask them to take the house off your hands.

If you’re trying to move to chase down a career opportunity, you need the ability to be fast and flexible. Depending on what the real estate market looks like at the time you want to move, that may not be possible.

You Might Not Be Able to Afford to Move

If you bought within the last three years, you sunk a lot of cash into your home. In an average market, it’s unlikely that home prices will have risen to a point where you could break even, let alone make a profit. Unless you’re willing to lose money on the house you might have bought as an “investment,” you might be in a position where you can’t afford to move.

A Lack of Career Flexibility Could Lead to a Lack of Wealth

The inability to move to explore a new position, role or career opportunity could limit your ability to earn a higher income. Taking new jobs or calculated career risks are both great ways to potentially earn more money than to sit at your existing job and cross your fingers hoping for a raise.

When you earn more money, you get to choose how much to save for the future, which puts the power in your hands rather than at the whim of the real estate (or stock) market.

Buying a Home Limits Your Flexibility

Of course, all of this is just something else to think about when you’re making a decision on whether or not to buy. You may not need much career flexibility at all, and that’s fine. But failing to account for this could turn into a big financial mistake.

You do need to understand how buying a home can limit your career flexibility. It can limit your ability to chase down an opportunity if it arose unexpectedly. It also limits your financial flexibility and liquidity over the short term, because it requires you to put a good chunk of your liquid cash into an illiquid asset.

“Less flexibility” is a trade-off you make when you buy a home. Whether that’s acceptable or not is up to you — but the bottom line is that you must think about this factor if you want to make a fully informed, responsible decision around buying real estate.

For more information on apartments in Lexington Park, MD, contact Abberly Crest.


Maryland is Tops on Yet Another Best States List!

Joseph Coupal - Friday, July 13, 2018

Abberly Crest, Lexington Park, 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 for 2018.

  • 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.

For more information on apartments in Lexington Park, MD, contact Abberly Crest.


Celebrating Independence Day in Southern Maryland!

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, July 03, 2018

Abberly Crest, Lexington Park, MDIf you live in an apartment in Lexington Park, MD you can enjoy a wonderful Independence Day. "Celebrate Charles!" and the various fireworks displays around the area will be fun for the whole family!

Celebrate Charles!

  • Enjoy delicious local food and drink from Calvert Kettle Corn, Mike's Chicken & Ribs, Dooley's Backyard BBQ, Tasty Creations, Mike's BBQ & Catering, Circus Ice Cream, Kona Ice, Wee Bee Coffee, GROD Jerk Ribs & BBQ, Love's Tasty Chicken, Softee Swerve, Smokers Delight BBQ, and more!
  • Kids of all ages can play all day in the Family Fun Zone.
  • Enjoy fantastic live entertainment performed by Sam Grow (8:00 p.m.) and No Green Jellybeenz (4:30 p.m.)
  • Take in a thrilling baseball game as the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs take on the Somerset Patriots.
  • Cap off the evening with a spectacular fireworks display beginning at 9:30 p.m!
  • Additional parking available at St. Charles High School.
  • Free admission to outdoor activities.

Fireworks Cruise Aboard the Wm. B. Tennison

  • Wednesday, July 4, 2018 @ 8 p.m. until...
  • Rain Date July 5, 2018
  • Calvert Marine Museum

Come aboard for the best view in town! Bring a picnic basket, if you like, with your favorite food and libations. Rain date is Thursday, July 5; no refunds unless the fireworks are canceled on this date as well. Registration required by June 30.

Solomons Fireworks

  • Wednesday, July 4, 2018 @ Between 9:15 and 9:30 p.m.
  • Rain Date July 5, 2018 (last chance)
  • Solomons Island-wide

The Solomons Business Association proudly sponsors the annual Solomons Independence Day fireworks display. Fireworks will be shot from a barge in the Patuxent River and can be viewed from the Riverwalk. Celebrate our nation's birth and show your colors all day long! The Fireworks will be preceded by activities throughout Solomons, sponsored by individuals and businesses.

The Solomons fireworks display will be shot from a barge in the Patuxent River and can be viewed from the Riverwalk.


All American Potato Salad Recipe for an All American Holiday BBQ!

Joseph Coupal - Friday, June 29, 2018

Are you having a BBQ at your apartments in Lexington Park, MD for the Fourth of July? If so, try out this great All American recipe.

Abberly Crest, Lexington Park, MDAmerican Potato Salad


  • 5 pounds red potatoes
  • 6 eggs
  • 2 cups mayonnaise
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 2 green onions, thinly sliced
  • 1 small green bell pepper, seeded and diced
  • 3 stalks celery, thinly sliced
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 1 teaspoon ground black pepper


Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add potatoes, and cook for 15 to 20 minutes, or until tender but still firm. Drain, cool and cut into cubes.

Place eggs in a saucepan and cover with cold water. Bring water to a boil and immediately remove from heat. Cover and let eggs stand in hot water for 10 to 12 minutes. Remove from hot water, cool, peel and chop.

In a large bowl, combine chopped potatoes and eggs. Mix together mayonnaise, chopped onion, green onion, green pepper, and celery. Season with salt and pepper, then mix well. Cover, and refrigerate for several hours or overnight.


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Abberly Crest Apartment Homes

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