Some left behind by state's growth Spotty: Maryland achieves a modest 1 percent progress, with some segments prospering as others lag.
Naturally, Freeland maintains its heritage Mills once dotted lush countryside
Home sales decline for first time in '96 5% drop in Oct. offset by rise in pending deals
Super spreads High-end homes: If you have between $1.3 million and $4.5 million to burn and a taste for a 700-acre estate with a bowling alley or a 38-room European villa, then Sotheby's International Realty may have just the place for you.
Suburban dream stays afloat Wilde Lake, oldest village in Columbia, has aged gracefully
Buyers see a future in land on shoreline Development: Homesteaders and investors are discovering the miles of Baltimore County's waterfront, seen by many as a means of reviving the economically depressed east side.
After a century, still a planned community In Sudbrook Park they treasure trees, freedom from crime
Health care company IHS may relocate Integrated Health reported committed to site in Sparks; Designs sought for campus; Firm would transfer 850 from Woodlawn, Owings Mills offices
Carroll town where time stood still Biggest difference is amount of traffic passing through
W. Md. resort reaches summit At Deep Creek Lake, listing of first house for over $1 million; 'We're just starting'; Vacation area is experiencing economic boom
Optimism sends market upward Sales of new homes, durable goods give cyclical stocks a lift
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New hot spots have fastest appreciation in houses
New-home sales in region fall 18% from last year
Foggy future for sheltered isle Scotland: The island of Eigg in the Inner Hebrides is for sale, and its hardy residents face the daunting task of trying to raise their landlord's $3.1 million asking price.
Home sales in Baltimore area rose 6% in August Demand called steady despite fluctuations in mortgage rates
Creating a garden spot Southeast: Faced with the decline of Southeast Baltimore, activists are working to fashion a community that will attract more homeowners and businesses.
Legg Mason sells new-homes unit Washington company buys sales tracker
Living on Main Street Location: It may be everything for some folks, but the occupants of an old house in Keymar find that they can exist in harmony with a busy street.
Dotted-line guys Marketing: Robert J. Lucido and his Builder's 1st Choice are the folks to whom some homebuilders turn to handle the selling.
Hagerstown ranks 63rd among top housing markets
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Industrial production shows signs of slowing Motor vehicle output was all that kept index from declining in July
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Home sales increase 11% in region July rise is attributed to stronger economy, low interest rates; 1,853 homes vs. 1,662 in '95; Pending sales contracts for month are up 24%, indicating a trend
Sales of new homes down for region Slow-growth policies, job, rate fears blamed
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Mega-projects, mega-efforts Risks: Sometimes developers' visions of waterfront paradise succeed, and sometimes they don't. But the allure keeps them trying
Roland Park estate is sold after five years on market St. Georges Road house with gardens and pond auctioned for $530,450
Putting house sellers at ease Long & Foster, other Realtors guarantee homes will sell; Rate lock also offered; Program assists those who want to buy another dwelling
Urban colors coming alive in Charles Village Diversity in homes and the people
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Mansion plus swan are up for auction Owners paid $995,000 for Roland Park estate, fell victim to market; Shirley MacLaine slept here; Meltzers likely to take a bath after spending thousands on restrooms
State spends to slow sprawl $46 million program targets aging suburbs, older neighborhoods
Home sales in region post 6% gain Increase is smaller than in recent months
Ocean City drawing fewer who stay More are coming to town looking for brief getaway; Trend gives tourism a lift; Condominium sales slipped nearly 10% in '95, may rebound
Local new-home sales counter national surge Nation at 10-year high but Baltimore off 18%
Greektown has Old World charm Where folks can stroll to all that's important
Sales records tumble at OPF 'March was the best month ever' until April, and then May; A year to remember; Rentals decline as many decide to buy that first home
Blighted urban neighborhoods are gold to Politzer Faith: Arnold Politzer is not disturbed that a house is falling down in a marginal neighborhood. His Lucky Realty Homes has found success in renovating urban wrecks and finding the people to buy them.
Ryan grabs the lead in builders' race Houses: Ryland Homes, last year the biggest seller of new houses in the area, has changed its strategy, leaving Ryan Homes to surge ahead of it in new-home sales.
Home values seen as likely to go up soon Strong growth in jobs cited by analysts as primary reason;'It's a very lively market'; Real state agents, appraisers appear less optimistic
Luxury home resale prices rising again Study links performance to buyers' prosperity
Washington Hill: 28 blocks with a Village feel Contentment abides amid wrought iron, stained glass and quiet
Rouse is betting on Las Vegas Purchase: Rouse Co. is spending $520 million to buy the holdings of Howard Hughes Corp., including a residential community, office buildings and a shopping mall in Sin City.
Metro home sales rise 29% Buyers less worried about job security
Waverly gets tax breaks to boost home sales Contest winner offers buyers 40% discount on property rate
Home sale boom -- or blip? April's surge: Nervous about rates, home-buyers post strongest market gain in 2 years.
In Upperco, they wave to friends or strangers A place where horses wander in pastures dotted with buttercups