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  • Flood designation troubles homeowner

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: Our son bought a home about 10 years ago in Ohio. He made extensive renovations to the home in 2010. Around that time, he found out from his neighbor that his house is located in a special flood hazard area. The...
  • Monthly home sales up in Baltimore region, though prices dip

    The number of home sales and new listings were up last month in the Baltimore region from a year earlier, but home prices overall continued to fall, according to a monthly real estate analysis. The median sales price of $230,000 last month for the city...
  • Sales of million dollar homes outpace rest of market

    Sales of million dollar homes outpace rest of market
    Which of the following is true? 1. The stock market goes sour, so the everyday investor turns to pricey houses as a place to stash cash. 2. The stock market is practically on fire, so the everyday investor turns to pricey houses as a place to stash...
  • Richard J. Roszel III, a leader in Episcopal Diocese

    Richard J. Roszel III, a leader in Episcopal Diocese
    Richard J. Roszel III, a real estate broker and a leader in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, died of cancer Dec. 2 at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Village of Cross Keys resident was 75. Born in Baltimore and raised in Bolton Hill, he was the son of...
  • War veteran who was baseball coach pitched land near Dania

    War veteran who was baseball coach pitched land near Dania
    One of the region's more colorful early figures, and one who encouraged hundreds of settlers to come to Broward County, was Will J. "Cap" Reed. Cap, so named because he spent 18 years in the Army and served in the Spanish-American War, came to Broward...
  • State Center debate

    State Center debate
    State legislative analysts have raised some valid questions about the O'Malley administration's plans to move forward with a long-delayed public-private partnership to redevelop the aging State Center office complex into a mixed-use, transit oriented...
  • Kaplan University offices sell for $26M

    Kaplan University offices sell for $26M
    CBRE arranged the $26.5 million sale of a 124,500-square-foot office building leased to Kaplan University at 12650 Ingenuity Drive, Orlando. City Office REIT Inc. purchased the two-story building in Central Florida Research Park from RT Ingenuity LLC....
  • Go into a condo purchase with eyes wide open

    Go into a condo purchase with eyes wide open
    Sara Benson swears that she doesn't hate the idea of condo ownership. As the owner of a Chicago real estate brokerage, she readily admits that she owes a part of her living to the consumers who buy and sell theirs. But she has co-written with Chicago...
  • Boca considers tightening rental rules to ease rowdiness in neighborhoods

    Boca considers tightening rental rules to ease rowdiness in neighborhoods
    Adam Faustini said his neighborhood has become too much like the movie "Animal House": A trio of drunken young adults offering to strip naked, sounds of carousing into morning's wee hours and a burn of tire tracks on his grass. And that was all in a 12-...
  • Hemp plantation goes bust

    Hemp plantation goes bust
    In the 1890s, the Florida Fiber Company bought 1,310 acres in Broward County, stretching from the Middle River to what is now Northwest Sixth Street in Fort Lauderdale. Their plan: Grow sisal hemp for shopkeeper's twine. No, not that kind of hemp. The...
  • Hamden Firm Buys Another Office Building On Silas Deane

    Hamden Firm Buys Another Office Building On Silas Deane
    A Hamden firm has added another office building to its holdings along a half-mile stretch of the Silas Deane Highway divided by the Rocky Hill-Wethersfield town line. JMM Properties LLC purchased "The Meadows," a 55,547-square-foot office building at...