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  • Lawsuit alleges fraud in real estate transactions

    Several Baltimore-area homeowners are suing the largest residential real estate team in the state, alleging a "scheme of fraud and misrepresentations" involving home purchases, sales and financing. The suit, a proposed class action, names the Creig...
  • Jarrettsville talks signs, traffic at Wednesday community meeting

    Traffic issues and the legality of signs were major topics of discussion at the Jarrettsville Community Council meeting Wednesday. Capt. Keith Warner with the Harford County Sheriff's Office addressed questions about new texting laws and other traffic...
  • Here we go again

    Just as squirrels will keep attacking a squirrel-proof bird feeder until they demonstrate that no bird feeder is truly squirrel-proof, developers can be expected to keep seeking permission to build on property that they've been told they can't build on,...
  • First Mariner's Hale retires

    First Mariner's Hale retires
    Edwin F. Hale Sr., the Baltimore trucking magnate and developer, said Friday that he has retired as chief executive and chairman of First Mariner Bancorp — the banking company he built, only to scramble in the housing market collapse and recession...
  • COPT plans to sell non-core office buildings

    Corporate Office Properties Trust plans to sell an additional $312 million worth of properties over the next three years under a previously announced strategy to shed non-core holdings. The latest properties identified for sale include office buildings...
  • Occupy Baltimore? Try preoccupied with themselves

    Thank you for your portrayal of the recent downtown Baltimore sit-in ("'Occupy' protesters gather," Sept. 5). Reporter Peter Hermann's account of a 53-year-old former real estate broker who quit her job to sell costume jewelry and now complains about...
  • North Baltimore apartment high-rise sold for $26.1 million

    An affiliate of Harbor Group International LLC has purchased a 234-unit apartment tower on the northern edge of Baltimore City for $26.1 million, the Norfolk-based real estate firm said Friday. Harbor Group, a private real estate investment and...
  • Baltimore-area home listings dropped in September

    Baltimore-area home listings dropped in September
    As prices continue to drop, Baltimore-area residents appear increasingly reluctant to put their homes up for sale, according to real estate data released Monday. The number of homes newly listed for sale fell 23 percent in September, according to...
  • Local officials push back on proposed septic rules

    Local officials push back on proposed septic rules
    Local officials are voicing concerns about the fiscal and economic impact of a state plan to require less-polluting septic systems on all future homes built beyond the reach of sewers. In a letter this week to the General Assembly's Administrative,...
  • Maryland's mismanaged pensions

    Maryland's mismanaged pensions
    There are serious clouds over the Maryland State Retirement and Pension System and the way the O'Malley administration has managed it. Consider the following: 1. The rate of return in the year ending March 31 was 3.18 percent, and the rate of return over...
  • Home sales rise in Baltimore area for fifth straight month

    Home sales rise in Baltimore area for fifth straight month
    Baltimore-area homeowners trying to sell are having the easiest time of it in six years, with the balance of power — though not price — back to where it was before the market crashed. And while prices remain below their housing-bubble highs,...
  • Mary Bell Grempler

    Mary Bell Grempler
    Mary Bell Grempler, a colorful real estate saleswoman whose pioneering firm grew to become the No. 1 independently owned real estate business in the state, died Monday of emphysema at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Stevenson resident was 81....