Baltimore Real Estate News
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Friday May 15 | via UnionLeader.com
Ashlee Harbaugh, left, who recently moved to Baltimore, talks about Greektown with Kim Brooks, a neighborhood association official, on May 9 at a housing fair in Baltimore, Md. 1 comment
Monday May 11 | via The Baltimore Sun
Home sales in the Baltimore area surged in April, but the median home price dropped $10,000 on average from last year. Inventories remain high. Comment?
Saturday May 9 | via The Baltimore Sun
Ashlee Harbaugh hadn't been living in Baltimore more than two weeks before she found herself under curfew. Six days after it was lifted, she was pursuing her dream of owning a home in the city. 1 comment
Wednesday May 6 | via The Daily Beast
Crime plummeted and home prices doubled under Martin O'Malley's reign as the Mayor of Baltimore. Not that you would know that, of course, since he's running for president-and there's no time for facts when reporting on the campaign trail. Comment?
Tuesday May 5 | via The Raw Story
Demonstrators destroy the windshield of a police car as they protest the death of Freddie Gray, an African American man who died in custody, in Baltimore on April 25, 2015 On the steps of the city courthouse, a monument to equality and the rule of law, Baltimore residents have learned how dreams can be brutally deferred. There, the property of the city's poor and working families has been, by order of the court, auctioned to the highest bidder. Comment?
Monday May 25 | via The Washington Post
If you're a veteran or member of the military hoping to buy a home in Maryland, there's a new program that could save you some money. Gov. Larry Hogan announced a $20-million initiative on Memorial Day that would make it easier for veterans and military families to buy homes in 86 communities across the state. Comment?
Monday May 11 | via The Washington Post
April's housing data, released Monday by RealEstate Business Intelligence , a subsidiary of MRIS, shows the trend of higher sales, greater inventory and modest price increases has continued through the first four months of the year. Bonnie Casper , a real estate agent with Long and Foster and president-elect of the Maryland Association of Realtors, says the signs point to a healthy market. Comment?
Thursday May 7 | via NBC29
The mayor called on U.S. government investigators to look into whether this city's beleaguered police department us... . Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake holds a news conference on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 in Baltimore. Comment?
Thursday May 7 | via The Washington Post
These sales data, recorded by the Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation, were provided by Black Knight Financial Services. For home sales elsewhere in the Washington area, go to www.washingtonpost.com/homesales . Comment?
Wednesday May 6 | via Washington Examiner
A real estate settlement company agreed to a settlement with the Maryland Attorney General's Office last month over allegations that its principals and mortgage loan officers engaged in a kickback scheme, state Attorney General Brian Frosh said. Genuine Title, owner Jay Zukerberg, marketing director Brandon Glickstein and three loan officers will pay restitution and penalties. Comment?
3 min ago | via The Victoria Advocate
The Victoria housing market continues in the same pattern it has for several months. The first four months of this year ends with a slight decrease in the total number of houses sold . Comment?
4 min ago | via Information Technology
Fitch Ratings has affirmed 19 classes of Protective Finance Corporation REMIC 2007-PL commercial mortgage pass-through certificates. A full list of rating actions follows at the end of this release. Comment?
8 hrs ago | via Ask MetaFilter
Right now, my husband and I are very broke due to a few factors. One of them is my health. Comment?
14 min ago | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper. You can view today's paper or previous issues. Comment?
18 min ago | via My FOX Chicago
Renting in Chicago is becoming more popular than ever, but it's also more challenging these days. A new study found that while there may be more units available to rent than to buy, the supply is still not keeping up with the demand. Comment?
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