A seller finds an inspector's actions suspicious. What are the seller's options?
A Baltimore judge approved the foreclosure sale of Kevin Spacey’s home overlooking the Inner Harbor in August.
The homes are remarkable because they housed African-American families. The men were engaged as ship caulkers, the backbone of the ship caulking trade industry in the 19th century.
Three-season rooms, if not built correctly, can create many problems you'd never imagine.
Adverse possession does allow you to become the owner of a property if you openly and notoriously make use of someone else’s land, you pay the real estate taxes on that land, and you use the land exclusively for at least 21 years.
Sometimes an original requires an overhaul. And that’s what happened when a Baltimore property manager acquired this century-old home on a corner lot near Roland Park at auction.
An so-called anti-chump clause in the leases of Baltimore's two pro sports teams makes the Ravens a significant, if silent, party to the Orioles’ negotiations with the state.
Median home prices in the Baltimore region continue to climb despite the highest mortgage rates in more than two decades, according to a new report from the real estate firm Bright MLS. Sales meanwhile are off by about 22%.
The $1.2 billion for stadium improvements, which will likely cost the state more than $2 billion after interest, is an unparalleled infusion of taxpayer money into Baltimore.
Max Nicholas Wiener, former project manager for McCormick properties and World War II pilot, died of cardiac arrest Aug. 30 at Mercy Ridge Assisted Living.
A developer who was at the center of a dispute over a Dundalk recreation center a decade ago and has a history of bankruptcy recently joined Baltimore County government to help oversee its COVID funding programs.
You can often avoid the expensive process of replacing wood trim by simply protecting it from the ravages of water.
An electrical fire at Camden Yards melted two of the complex's three chillers, requiring the stadium authority to "get creative" to cool Oriole Park and M&T Bank Stadium in the following days.
What does the law say about a homeowners or condominium association rule that has not been enforced for years?
To help prevent you from losing vast sums of money, I’m going to share a few recent tales as well as my autopsy results. Often there’s a common thread. It’s my hope you’ll soon see that you need to hold back the trust you place in contractors.
When you paid off the loan and closed in August, the payoff letter from the second lender should have picked up any interest that you had not paid on your loan.
This thoughtfully designed house in the Woodlands at Plum Creek community in Anne Arundel comes equipped with modern conveniences to make the new owners’ lives easier.
Gov. Wes Moore says the state's stadium lease negotiations with the Orioles can produce a redevelopment roadmap that benefits Baltimore and Maryland.
In his first six months in office, Maryland Gov. Wes Moore has traveled all over the state, spent a lot of time in Washington and even made international business trips.
Three officials in Gov. Wes Moore’s administration say they're confident of reaching a deal to keep the Baltimore Orioles in the city “for decades to come.”
Had this structure not been seen by the inspector, there’s a very good chance someone could have been killed or severely injured when it collapsed in the next windstorm or snowstorm.
Selling by owner can be done, one reader points out.
The main living room features an expansive 20-foot ceiling, bamboo-plank flooring and wall of windows with lush green forest views.
Eight years ago I was in the middle of a roof replacement project on my own home. My 30-year warranted asphalt shingles looked like they were 50 years old. I vowed to get to the bottom of the issue.
What happens should a godfather with a slight case of dementia die? Do all of his belongings go to the state? His sister obtained one lawyer and his nephew obtained another. Everyone is at war and no one seems to be helping him.
Marin Alsop, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s Music Director Laureate, has put the Baltimore condominium she owns in a former stone church on the market.
Last month, fewer than 2,900 homeowners in the region decided to put their homes up for sale, according to a new report from the real estate firm Bright MLS.
The scheduled sale Tuesday of the Gambrills childhood home of Johns Hopkins, the Baltimore investor, philanthropist and university namesake, was postponed as current and former owners wrangle over the property in court.
District Hospitality Partners, led by Fred W. Malek, a 1988 graduate of the academy, purchased the 225-room hotel at 100 Westgate Circle on July 19.
A century ago, a mammoth structure was just taking shape on the banks of the Patapsco River near Fort McHenry. Today that structure has a different name, Silo Point, and identity.