O'Brien Realty The Best of Southern Maryland

"No Place Like Home, No Time Like The Present." ®

About O'Brien Realty The Best of Southern Maryland

We are committed to treat all of our customers as family and to do our very best to make your real estate transaction as smooth as possible. We promise to deliver all of our services, including those of our affiliated title, mortgage and relocation companies with an unequaled level of enthusiasm.

Mike O'Brien founded O'Brien Realty in 1980 and began building the largest, most successful independent company in the area. He is a Graduate of the Realtors Institute (GRI) and is a Certified Residential Broker (CRB). In just five years our company was awarded the prestigious honor of being one of the Top "100 FIrms" nationally. O'Brien Realty continues it's tradition as the leading brokerage firm in Southern Maryland. Over the last twenty years our company has enjoyed a broker relationship with more award winning associates than any other real estate company in the tri-county area. We owe our success to the many people affiliated with our firm. Our 97% customer satisfaction record is a confident reflection of our commitment to our clients.

Latest Blog Posts

First-Time Buyers Are on the Front Lines of this years Housing Crisis

Anyone who’s seen desperate buyers sizing up one another in the lines for open houses that sometimes stretch for blocks—or, worse, anxiously stood in one of those queues themselves&mdash

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What is happening to sellers in a sellers market?

Home sellers have a right to feel optimistic, even bullish, about selling a house today: Demand is sky high, and with record-low levels of homes for sale, eager buyers will do just about

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Is there a Housing Bubble?

With home prices at a new record high and homes flying off the market in hours in some cases, it’s no wonder that Google searches for “when is the housing market going to crash”

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COVID-19 Transformed the Way We Buy Homes—but Will It Stick in the coming months?

Remember lazy Sunday afternoons when home buyers could leisurely hop from open house to open house, partaking of wine and cheese laid out to reel in more foot traffic—the more the merrier.Much

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