Baltimore Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Baltimore, MD continually updated from thousands of sources.
Monday Aug 10 | via The Baltimore Sun
Activity in the Baltimore area housing market continued to increase last month, with more sales than any July in a decade, according to a report released Monday by an affiliate of the region's multiple listing service. Price appreciation was more modest, with the median value up 1.5 percent year-over-year to $259,900, the monthly analysis by RealEstate Business Intelligence found. Comment?
Jul 28, 2015 | via GlobeSt.com
Like most REITs, Corporate Office Properties Trust has a capital recycling program in place to keep its balance sheets in line as it improves its portfolio. Like all REITs, it seeks to improve shareholders and analysts with corporate earnings. Comment?
Jul 28, 2015 | via Business Journal
Baltimore's tallest building, 100 Light St., and its parking garage are selling for $121 million to Corporate Office Properties Trust . The Columbia-based real estate investment trust confirmed Tuesday it is under contract to buy the prominent 37-story skyscraper - known as the Transamerica Tower - and its neighboring 560-space garage from Lexington Realty Trust. Comment?
Jul 17, 2015 | via The Maryland Gazette
Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley said Tuesday he would significantly expand the use of executive action to defer the deportation of millions of immigrants in the country illegally. WASHINGTON -- Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley said Tuesday he would significantly expand the use of executive action to defer the deportation of millions of immigrants in the country illegally. Comment?
Jul 16, 2015 | via The Washington Post
Former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley with his wife, Catherine Curran O'Malley, as he announced his candidacy on May 30. Former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley left office earlier this year facing a mountain of debt and scrambling to replace his $150,000-a-year salary with paid speeches and other work in the months before he launched his presidential bid, a newly released disclosure form and tax returns show. Comment?
23 hrs ago | via The Baltimore Sun
Ohio-based Safeguard Properties, which has faced claims across the country that it locked people out of their homes or took their belongings before the foreclosure process was complete, settled a complaint from the Maryland Attorney General Friday. Under the settlement, Safeguard, the nation's largest mortgage field services company, agreed to a host of reforms to its practices and to pay $167,000 in restitution to Marylanders allegedly harmed. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 26 | via Norwalk Citizen News
Sen. Ben Cardin is holding a roundtable discussion on the overall health of Prince George's County's housing market. The Maryland Democrat is meeting with county and state officials on Wednesday, as well as members of the nonprofit community. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 19 | via Hometown Annapolis
Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III believes the county is recovering from the recession and mortgage crisis of the last decade. Citing figures from the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, Baker and members of his administration pointed to job growth and an increase in the median price and desirability of housing. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 12 | via WCBM-AM Pikesville
ANNAPOLIS, MD Governor Larry Hogan today announced Maryland Grand Slam, a $2 million program to build stronger communities in Baltimore through homeownership. These funds will be maximized with an additional $1 million from the City of Baltimore following today's approval by the city's spending board. Comment?
Thursday Aug 6 | via Bloomberg
Laura Strong, a 29-year-old in suburban Chicago, owes $245,000 on student loans for the psychology Ph.D. she finished in 2013. This year, she says she hopes to earn $35,000 working part-time jobs as a therapist and yoga teacher-not enough to manage a loan payment of about $2,000 a month. Comment?
5 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?
8 min ago | via Reuters
Aug 29 Welfare spending in Sweden will rise by 1.7 billion crowns next year under a deal agreed between the country minority government and an opposition party, daily Svenska Dagbladet wrote. The deal over the 2016 budget between the government and the Left Party will also leave mortgage tax relief and company tax unchanged and see no hikes in income taxes for those earning up to 50,000 crowns a month, the newspaper wrote. Comment?
10 min ago | via Stroudnewsand Journal
The house, some could argue, is larger than we need but we like where it is and feel it contains many cherished memories. A: You are clearly experiencing problems keeping your mortgage repayment up to date and are terrified of the thought of losing your home. Comment?
29 min ago | via Vanguard
The Inspector-General of Police Solomon Arase on Saturday said about 40,000 policemen between the rank of Constable and Inspector would be promoted in the next two months. Arase, who disclosed this during his private visit to Lagos, noted that the rank and file were the officers doing the major jobs, including arrests, investigations and other special duties. Comment?
1 hr ago | via West Hawaii Today
A 40-year-old Pahoa man believed to be the sole suspect in the slaying of his mother is a lawyer who was allowed to resign from practice in California with disciplinary action pending and later disbarred in New York. Sean Alan Rutledge, aka Alan Frank, was disbarred by the state Supreme Court in New York on Nov. 26, 2013, based on an order by the Supreme Court of California on July 13, 2011, accepting Rutledge's resignation from the practice of law with charges pending. Comment?
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