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  • 1st Mariner no longer operating under FDIC fair lending cease and desist order

    1st Mariner no longer operating under FDIC fair lending cease and desist order
    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has lifted a cease and desist order that 1st Mariner Bank has operated under since April 2009, the bank announced Monday. The order required 1st Mariner to strengthen its fair lending practices because the FDIC...
  • Howard County housing fair set for April 13

    Howard County housing fair set for April 13
    More than 50 real estate professionals will answer home-buying questions about living in Howard County at the county's 7th Annual Come Home to Howard County Housing Fair. The fair is scheduled April 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Long Reach High...
  • Howard County Briefs

    Auditions for 'Pippin' Slayton House Theatre Conservatory will hold auditions Monday and Wednesday, April 8 and 10, at 4:30 p.m. for this award-winning play running July 8-Aug. 3 at 10400 Cross Fox Lane in Columbia. Information: 410-730-3987. Fundraiser...
  • Harford housing market making a slow comeback

    Harford housing market making a slow comeback
    While homes continue to be built around Harford County, the market has a long way to go before it gets to the heights it sustained before the nationwide housing market crash began in 2007. "In general, we are tracking equal to, or slightly above the...
  • Consumer advocates stress discrimination concerns despite new mortgage rule

    Consumer advocates stress discrimination concerns despite new mortgage rule
    Consumer advocates welcomed a federal effort aiming to prevent predatory mortgage lending at a town hall in Baltimore on Thursday, but expressed worries that new rules would not halt discrimination. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unveiled a...
  • Towson professor investigated over allegations of plagiarism

    Towson professor investigated over allegations of plagiarism
    A longtime Towson University professor has resigned his post as the head of the city school system's ethics panel amid allegations that his published academic articles contain content from dozens of sources without proper — or in some cases any...
  • Investment Capital Flows Into Real Estate

    ADVERTORIAL CONTENT In the past few years, real estate has increasingly become an investment option that’s difficult to ignore. With moderated pricing and historic financing conditions, the costs associated with acquiring investment properties...
  • Six indicted in $4.5 million mortgage fraud scheme

    Six indicted in $4.5 million mortgage fraud scheme
    A federal grand jury in Baltimore indicted six people in a $4.5 million mortgage scheme that allegedly defrauded banks, home buyers and sellers across the state, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Friday. The indictment said a group of six...
  • Md. homeowners get $225M so far from mortgage settlement

    Nearly 3,000 Maryland homeowners received almost $225 million in relief as of the end of June from the national settlement with five mortgage servicers, state officials announced Wednesday. The money was distributed to homeowners in the form of...
  • Owings Mills man pleads guilty in mortgage-scam case

    An Owings Mills man has pleaded guilty to mortgage fraud after prosecutors alleged he took money from at least 48 homeowners to help them get loan modifications, then stole the monthly payments they thought were going to their lenders, the state said...
  • Arbutus foundation to offer financial guidance for free

    Arbutus foundation to offer financial guidance for free
    As a basketball referee, Joe Liggett has spent much of his adult life running up and down the courts in the metropolitan Baltimore area. But Liggett's travels have always led him back to his native Arbutus. Now, the 48-year-old with deep roots in the...
  • Ellicott City woman pleads guilty to misusing title company funds

    An Ellicott City woman pleaded guilty to wire fraud Wednesday for misusing more than $1.5 million in mortgage closing funds, federal prosecutors announced. Harriet M. Taylor, 56, faces a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine for...