807 Broadwater Way, which changed hands for just over $1.8 million in October, has the long view from its perch on Gibson Island. From there, you can see the Bay Bridge, the Eastern Shore and many, many ships.
Walter M. Stefanowicz, a retired homebuilder who developed sections of Timonium, Catonsville and White Marsh, died of cardiac arrest while recuperating from knee surgery Nov. 17 at St. Anthony's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla. The former Cockeysville and Federal Hill resident was 74.
In spite of a slight seasonal drop off in the number of home sales last month, the median price for a Baltimore-area home sold in October was more than $10,000 higher than the same month last year, according to data released Tuesday by an affiliate of the region's multiple-listing service.
As director of the newly-formed Help 4 Homeowners Community Foundation, Arbutus native Joe Liggett plans to offer credit counseling, mortgage modification assistance, real estate consulting and financial educational tutoring at no charge to residents of Arbutus, Catonsville, Lansdowne and Elkridge.
Average sale prices stayed steady or rose in more than half the Baltimore region during the first six months of the year, according to a Baltimore Sun analysis. It's the newest evidence that the housing bust is over.
The Board of County Commissioners last week approved enrollment in the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development's "On Behalf of Local Governments" housing program, designed to aid first-time home buyers.
A federal jury convicted a Perry Hall man Monday of wire fraud and money laundering for selling $9 million worth of bogus biodiesel credits to unsuspecting commodities brokers and oil companies in a case that has shaken the nation's renewable fuel industry.