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    Local Real Estate News
  • Report: Baltimore among nation's most undervalued cities
    Yesterday, Monday, July 16, 2018, 21 hours ago
    Baltimore remains one of the most undervalued cities in the nation and offers new homebuyers significant value for dollars spent on housing, according to one financial technology company. SmartAsset's new list of the top 10 undervalued cities in the United States has Baltimore at No.
  • With ownership in question, lawsuit stalls over deadly West Baltimore collapse
    Thursday, July 12, 2018, 11:00 AM
    Tierra Gregory didn't consider the dangers above her head when she was a girl in West Baltimore, playing jacks on the stoops of crumbling rowhouses. Now an attorney, Gregory has spent much of the last year digging through records, trying to uncover who is responsible for the vacant house that collapsed and killed a man in March 2016.
  • Shore Bancshares (SHBI) vs. SunTrust Banks (STI) Head-To-Head Review
    Sunday, July 01, 2018, 7:37 PM
    Shore Bancshares and SunTrust Banks are both finance companies, but which is the better investment? We will compare the two companies based on the strength of their risk, dividends, earnings, profitability, valuation, analyst recommendations and institutional ownership. 67.8% of Shore Bancshares shares are owned by institutional investors.
  • In Woodberry, Will Historic Stone Houses Come Down for &uot;Hipster Flats&uot;?
    Wednesday, June 06, 2018, 6:24 PM
    Is the hot residential real estate market in Hampden spilling over into neighboring Woodberry to the detriment of its architectural heritage as a 19th century mill community? That's the fear of some Woodberry residents, who have learned of plans by a developer to tear down two 1840s stone millworkers' houses to make way for a four-story micro-apartment building that has been dubbed "hipster flats." "Public Notice of Demolition" signs posted on the stone buildings at 3511 and 3523 Clipper Road indicate that they will be demolished on June 15 , although the developer acknowledged today that he does not yet have a permit to clear the site.
  • Home prices continue upward trend in March as sales falter
    Sunday, June 03, 2018, 4:37 AM
    Home prices continued to rise in March even as the number of sales dropped amid weak supply, a new housing report finds. The median price in the Baltimore metro area was $259,000, up 5.7 percent or $14,000, from a year ago and was the highest sales price in March of the decade, according to data provided by MarketStats by ShowingTime, based on listing activity from Bright MLS.
  • Neighborhood bank branches remain important
    Friday, June 15, 2018, 8:35 PM
    An explosion of new commercial technologies across any retail sector you care to think of have rapidly changed consumer behavior in recent years. New "market places" have popped up on the screens of all the various devices people use each day to purchase everything from milk and bread to home mortgages.
  • Former Maryland loan officer sanctioned in kickback scheme fined
    Thursday, May 24, 2018, 3:38 PM
    Gary Klopp of Nottingham, Md., was ordered to pay more than $525,000 and temporarily barred from working in the mortgage industry by a U.S. District Court judge for violating a previous court order, according to Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh. The order stems from a 2015 settlement resolving allegations by the attorney general's consumer protection divisions that Klopp had participated in an illegal kickback scheme with the now defunct title company Genuine Title.
  • Nationstar Mortgage agrees to $1M settlement with Maryland
    Wednesday, May 16, 2018, 4:30 PM
    Nationstar Mortgage, the nation's largest nonbank servicer of home mortgages, has agreed to refund or reverse more than $1 million in inspection fees, settling allegations by Maryland officials it illegally charged homeowners. Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced Nationstar's settlement Monday with his Consumer Protection Division and the Commissioner of Financial Regulation.
  • CareFirst and Kaiser ask again for large rate increases on insurance sold on Maryland exchange
    Monday, May 07, 2018, 1:45 PM
    Many Marylanders would again pay more for monthly health premiums than their mortgages under rate increases requested by insurers for plans to be sold on the state's health insurance exchange. The state's two insurers offering individual plans requested average rate increases for 2019 that ranged from 18.5 percent to 91.4 percent, depending on the type of plan.
  • JPMorgan Chase Announces First Major Branch Expansion in Greater Washington
    Thursday, April 19, 2018, 4:02 AM
    This investment is part of the firm's recent $20 billion, five-year investment in its business and local economic growth. Opening up to 70 new branches and hiring up to 700 new employees, including veterans, in northern Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Maryland - 20 percent will be in low-to-moderate income communities, such as Wards 7 and 8 in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Prince George's County, Maryland Increasing lending to construct and maintain affordable rental housing by nearly 50 percent to $500 million over five years in the region including low-to moderate income communities JPMorgan Chase currently serves more than 2 million consumers and over 70,000 business clients in Greater Washington.

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