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  • Five questions with NAREB President Donnell Spivey

    Five questions with NAREB President Donnell Spivey
    Donnell Spivey was a 32-year-old Amtrak employee when he decided to start investing in real estate, but what began as a sideline quickly became a career. He entered the business with Baltimore-based Otis Warren Real Estate Co., and later worked for...
  • Harford to consider purchase of Joppatowne swim club

    Harford to consider purchase of Joppatowne swim club
    Harford County officials are looking into the possible acquisition of the Mariner Point Swim Club now that a Baltimore-based church has canceled a contract to purchase the Joppatowne property. "We're going to investigate the possibility of acquiring the...
  • Creepy street names unlikely to scare away buyers

    Creepy street names unlikely to scare away buyers
    Even in dappled autumn sunlight, Fear Avenue in Northwest Baltimore looks a bit desolate. People are scarce, homes and businesses can be counted on one hand, and the traffic that flows heavily on nearby Reisterstown Road seems but a trickle on this...
  • Think twice before setting asking price

    Think twice before setting asking price
    If you want to get the best price for your home, should you: A. Ask for more than you think it's worth? B. Ask for exactly what you think it's worth? C. Ask for less and count on a bidding war to push you over the top? A study in the Journal of...
  • Harford County submits letter of intent to purchase Joppatowne pool

    Harford County officials are forging ahead with an effort to purchase a Joppatowne swim club. The first step was the submission of a letter of intent. County Councilman Dion Guthrie, whose district includes Joppatowne, announced during Monday evening'...
  • Baltimore firm files shareholder lawsuit against REIT merger

    Baltimore firm files shareholder lawsuit against REIT merger
    A Baltimore law firm said Monday that it filed a shareholder lawsuit against Cole Real Estate Investments Inc., claiming that the Phoenix-based company agreed to sell itself for less than its value. Cole agreed last month to be acquired by American...
  • Price increases tempt Baltimore-area homeowners

    Price increases tempt Baltimore-area homeowners
    Baltimore-area home prices continued to rise in October, prompting an uptick in would-be sellers putting their houses on the market, according to a report released Monday. The median price for homes sold last month rose just under 4 percent to $238,250...
  • Top Maryland agent switches from Re/Max to Keller Williams

    One of the state's top home sellers is switching brokerages, moving his 40-person team from Re/Max Advantage Realty to Keller Williams Realty Inc. Bob Lucido and wife Tracy, whose group made more than $206 million worth of sales in 2013, said they liked...
  • New owner plans apartments for Equitable building

    New owner plans apartments for Equitable building
    A developer plans to convert the historic Equitable Building into 180 residential apartments, the latest Baltimore development designed to capitalize on trends that predict increased urban living. JK Equities, a real estate company with offices in New...
  • Liberty Property shifts to industrial properties

    Liberty Property shifts to industrial properties
    A Pennsylvania real estate investment trust with extensive holdings in Maryland is shedding its office properties in favor of warehouses, a move driven by relatively high occupancy and strong profits in the industrial sector. Liberty Property Trust...
  • Bel Air's 'Brick House' remains on market

    Bel Air's 'Brick House' remains on market
    A historic Bel Air-area home, dating back to the 1830s, remains on the market after its owner was not able to sell it at auction Saturday. The home at 501 W. Gordon St. was not sold during the auction, which about 40 to 50 people attended, because the...
  • Some call on city to explore eminent domain to combat blight

    Some call on city to explore eminent domain to combat blight
    A California city's controversial plan to use eminent domain to help its residents burdened with mortgages worth more than their homes has caught the eye of some Baltimore leaders, who say the city might benefit from the program. There are thousands of...