Ashkenazy Acquisition was known for enhancing trophy properties when it bought Harborplace and Cross Keys, two of Baltimore's most popular centers. Seven years later, tenants have fled, the owner is on the verge of default and the centers face an uncertain future in a shifting retail landscape.
Home sales in Carroll County were down 22 percent this February from this time last year. And the slide is a continuing trend across Maryland this year after all of its counties — except Somerset — and Baltimore City experienced a decrease in real estate closings from 2017 to 2018.
A recent survey by Realtor.com found that singles, especially millennials and women, agreed that homeownership boosted someone's attractiveness. The study also shows that single women value homeownership in potential mates more than single men.
The Pugh administration is attempting to weaken a General Assembly bill that would permanently ban Baltimore City from placing liens against homes, churches and other properties over unpaid water bills.
A new LendingTree study finds that homeownership is more common among single women in Baltimore than single men. Baltimore is the ninth largest metropolitan area with a higher percentage of single women owning homes than single men.
Amid signs of a national slowdown in the housing market, home sales in the Baltimore region dropped off in December, often a slow period anyway due to the holidays. The number of homes sold last month fell 21.6 percent to 2,401 compared with December 2017.
No one should spend the holidays wondering if they’ll have a roof over their heads come January. Let’s work together to keep Baltimoreans in their homes and make the city a safer, more vibrant place for everyone.
Ever since Hollywood Casino Perryville opened in 2010, officials in Cecil County envisioned the 150-acre parcel as an entertainment hub. Now, many believe such development will accelerate, thanks to a close to finalized deal to bring a Great Wolf Lodge to the site.
Another mortgage crisis may be on the horizon as out-of-state hedge funds buy up distressed loans and seek to foreclose on people’s houses, consumer advocates warned Thursday during a rally where they called for a legislative fix.
The developer of an Eldersburg property brought a car wash proposal to the Planning and Zoning Commission this week. Although the developer, Jason Stilling, and engineer, Development Design Consultants, are not at the concept site plan stage..
Katherine Strakes, former manager of the Towson Diner who also had a career in real estate development, died Aug. 31 from osteomyelitis at Gilchrist Center in Towson. The Edenwald Retirement Community resident was 93. Edtist
Tradepoint Atlantic, the industrial redevelopment of a shuttered steel mill in Baltimore County, is seeking $150 million in government financing to pay for roads, water lines and sewer pipes. Company officials say the financing is necessary to move the project forward.
The nation’s second most powerful housing official toured Baltimore this week and left with a good impression of a city that her boss, U.S. Housing Secretary Ben Carson, once called home and where her husband’s employer does business.
Of the 250 or so Baltimore neighborhoods, just a few are well-known – nearly everyone has heard of places like Fells Point and Federal Hill. But there’s a reason to keep an eye on those with a lower profile.