EASTON — Daphne Cawley, president of the Mid-Shore Board of Realtors, recently said the Talbot County Council reached a healthy compromise regarding short-term rentals.
CENTREVILLE — After requesting several six-month extensions, Green Street Housing the developer for the Village at Slippery Hill in Grasonville has applied for and received an Amended Major Site Plan approval by the Queen Anne’s County Planning Commission.
CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge office of Long & Foster Real Estate, the largest independent residential real estate company in the United States, celebrated its move to 507 Court Lane in downtown historic Cambridge with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 5. The new location is conv…
SHADY GROVE — Maryland SmartBuy, a nationally recognized program that assists first-time homebuyers burdened with student debt, expanded in August. The expansion will allow participants to purchase any eligible home in the state while eliminating up to $30,000 in student debt. Currently, Sma…
BALTIMORE — Hurricane Florence is heading toward the Mid-Atlantic this week, and there will likely be many individuals affected by the severe weather. Unfortunately, fraudulent and unscrupulous individuals often use natural disasters as an opportunity to prey upon those impacted by the weather.
NEW CARROLLTON — The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development has launched a new version of its free, Web-based affordable rental housing locator, MDHousingSearch.org, the first major redesign of the locator website since its debut in 2008.
CHESTERTOWN — Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Secretary Kenneth C. Holt has announced Strategic Demolition Fund awards for Fiscal Year 2019, including money for the Chestertown Business Campus.
CAMBRIDGE — A team of archaeologists from the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (SHA) will be digging for evidence for two weeks in September to help determine whether a 19th-century cabin behind a house on High Street could have been used as housing for ensl…
SALISBURY — The Maryland and Delaware Group of Long & Foster Real Estate has been named by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest growing companies in the nation.
CAMBRIDGE — Once blank chalkboards are now filled with resident’s hopes, dreams and aspirations for themselves and for the future of the Historic Pine Street Neighborhood in Cambridge.
Washington, D.C. — Greysteel, a national commercial real estate investment services firm, has arranged the sale of Regency Court, a 115-unit multifamily community located in Suitland, MD for $12.25 million.
ST MICHAELS — Long and Foster Real Estate welcomes Jay Frost to its St. Michaels office. Frost is an experienced Realtor with over 18 years of experience in the real estate field.
SALISBURY — Gillis Gilkerson, a construction management and general contracting firm, announced it has been hired to build a new 20,797-square-foot medical facility for Choptank Community Health Systems at 808 North 5th Street in Denton.
CHANTILLY, Va. — Active inventory continued its downward trend in the Eastern Shore real estate market in July, according to the Long & Foster Market Minute reports. The Eastern Shore market includes Worcester, Wicomico, Dorchester, Queen Anne’s, Talbot and Caroline counties.
ST. MICHAELS — Long & Foster Real Estate welcomes Jay Frost to its St. Michaels office. Frost is an experienced Realtor with over 18 years of experience in the real estate field.
CAMBRIDGE — Dormaim Green, president-elect of Mid-Shore Board of Realtors and broker of The Property Shoppe in Cambridge, recently attended the National Association of Realtors Leadership Summit in Chicago.