REAL ESTATE

Senior housing could start to move to cities

Senior housing could start to move to cities

Urban living doesn't appeal just to the young and hip. Developers of senior housing are starting to test the allure of walkable communities with access to city amenities.

Ray Lewis sells beachfront home in South Florida for $4.77 million [Pictures]

Retired Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has sold his oceanfront mansion in Highland Beach, Fla., for $4.77 million, property records show. Lewis...

Eight ways to future-proof your house for retirement

Slowed by arthritis and worsening foot and ankle problems, Gary Blankenburg, 73, is becoming less mobile as he ages.

BALTIMORE REAL ESTATE NEWS

Sheraton City Center warns of layoffs

The management of the Sheraton Baltimore City Center warned the state Tuesday that it expects to lay off the majority of its workforce by...

Plan for Federal Hill apartment building draws concerns about parking

A proposal to build a nine-story, 305-unit apartment complex on Key Highway in front of the Digital Harbor High School prompted questions...

Trying to bloom: Buyers hoping more homes hit the market this spring

The Baltimore area saw fewer homes newly listed for sale in January and February than average for the beginning of the year, when sellers...

Springwell Senior Living to build second building

Springwell Senior Living in Mount Washington plans to build a second building exclusively for independent living, at an estimated cost of...

Bankruptcy cancels Westport auction for a second time

Developer Patrick Turner got more time to find an investor for his ambitious Westport waterfront project after a creditor filed an...

HUD chief says Baltimore will be model for program

City officials took the head of the nation's Department of Housing and Urban Development on a tour Wednesday of Barclay to show him work...

Designs for Locust Point redevelopment move forward

The city's design panel gave a qualified go-ahead to a new $80 million mixed use project in Locust Point Thursday, marking another step in...

Actor Woody Harrelson, financier partner for Inn at Black Olive

Actor Woody Harrelson, known for his characters in the TV show "Cheers" and movies such as "No Country for Old Men" and "The Hunger Games,"...

Baltimore-area home prices rose in February

A snowy February threw a slight chill on shopping for homes throughout the Baltimore region, but prices continued to rise.

NATIONAL REAL ESTATE NEWS

Bridging the great divide between home buyers and sellers

Where do you side in the great real estate buy-sell divide of 2012? If you're a homeowner considering selling sometime in the new year,...

Operation Christmas tree

Jan Ziegler can spot the veterans by their measuring tapes. "The first year, people pick a tree that's too tall," said Ziegler, who owns...

College towns draw retirees

Not everyone loves hitting the links. And, as relaxing as surf sounds can be, even they become commonplace after awhile.

Above and beyond the home inspection

Mice, mold and leaking bathtubs are among the last discoveries homebuyers want to make after moving into a new home. But that's exactly what...

Market climate warms for house hunters

Traditionally, spring is when prospective homebuyers come out of hibernation and begin the hunt for their next residence. But with the...

Get creative: Use home items to make Valentine's Day crafts

 Valentine's Day for children usually means exchanging those paper Valentines and lots of sugary candy....

BUSINESS VIDEOS

Sun archive: Dream Home

Dream Home takes readers into the houses of Baltimore area residents who have found their ideal home

PERSONAL FINANCE CENTER

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