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  • North Baltimore home sells for $1.25 million

    North Baltimore home sells for $1.25 million
    The priciest home to sell in Baltimore in September came with plenty of the usual upscale touches, plus some less typical ones. "We sold it furnished — a lot of furniture conveyed, let's put it that way," said Bob Lucido, the listing agent for...
  • 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...
  • Maryland home values down 7 percent

    Maryland home values down 7 percent
    Home values have continued to fall across Maryland, but for the first time since 2008, the average decline in tax assessments was in the single digits, state officials said. "It's showing an improved market, that's really the bottom line here," said...
  • Setting the stage for a perfect – and quick – home sale

    Setting the stage for a perfect – and quick – home sale
    Is your home ready for its close-up? You've cleared away the clutter, shampooed the carpets and repainted the walls. But selling a home in today's market may require a bit more imagination. Home stagers, who specialize in readying a home for the market,...
  • Salesman helped make a name out of National Premium and Natty Boh

    Salesman helped make a name out of National Premium and Natty Boh
    Whenever you drink a National Premium or Natty Boh, think of Jerome "Jerry" DiPaolo, the colorful National Brewing Co. salesman and executive who helped make it one of the most recognizable and respected beers for more than 40 years in Baltimore and...
  • Monkton Colonial on 160-acre spread sells for $3.1 million

    Monkton Colonial on 160-acre spread sells for $3.1 million
    A brick Colonial in Monkton set on 160 acres with an historic stone guest house sold for $3.1 million in June. The nearly 7,000-square-foot main house, built in the 1970s but renovated over the years, has four bedrooms, 51/2 baths, five fireplaces, a...
  • Md. has one of nation's tightest markets for vacant residential lots

    Md. has one of nation's tightest markets for vacant residential lots
    Wooded land is plentiful around The Pointe at ArundelPreserve, a subdivision at one end of a massive mixed-use development off Arundel Mills Boulevard in Hanover. But as is happening throughout Maryland, finished home lots — barren plats that are...
  • July: Fifty Shades of controversy; Vi Ripken kidnapped

    July: Fifty Shades of controversy; Vi Ripken kidnapped
    Vi Ripken, the mother of baseball Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr., was abducted from outside of her home. She was tied up and put in the back seat of her car and driven all around Central Maryland. She was later found with her hands bound but unharmed in her...
  • Woodbrook English manor, not quite finished, sells for $2.4 million

    Woodbrook English manor, not quite finished, sells for $2.4 million
    At first, the wife wasn't sure. With so many houses on the market, an English manor-style estate at 10 Estes Road, nestled in the coveted Woodbrook neighborhood just north of the Baltimore City line, didn't grab her attention. Her husband, though,...
  • Mortgage settlement: not enough relief

    Mortgage settlement: not enough relief
    Almost a year after five big banks signed a $25 billion national mortgage settlement with 49 state attorneys general last February, too few families are getting relief, too many of those getting some help continue to lose their homes to short sales, and...
  • Baltimore-area home sales had strong showing in August

    Baltimore-area home sales had strong showing in August
    August proved a strong month for home sales in the Baltimore region, as the number of completed sales and new sales contracts signed both increased by roughly 18 percent compared with the same month a year earlier, according to data released Monday by...
  • William F. Beauchamp, real estate appraiser

    William F. Beauchamp, real estate appraiser
    William F. Beauchamp, a real estate appraiser and avid sports fan who founded his own firm in the mid-1980s, died Wednesday of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The longtime Timonium...