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Advocates, Md. reach affordable rental agreement (access required)

Maryland’s Department of Housing and Community Development has reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of House and Urban Development to build 1,500 affordable housing units in wealthier communities in the Baltimore metro area. The agreement settles a complaint lodged ...

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Real Estate Weekly: 6/15/12 (access required)

St. John honored by University of Maryland Real estate developer Edward St. John may now be legitimately addressed as “Dr. St. John,” having received an Honorary Doctor of Public Service degree from the University of Maryland. The honor was awarded ...

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Baltimore Neighborhoods Inc. plans to expand its reach (access required)

Infused with a $300,000 federal grant, the fair housing group Baltimore Neighborhoods Inc. said it plans to expand its testing of landlords and property managers beyond the city limits to ensure they comply with statutory prohibitions on rental discrimination on ...

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HABC asks court to block property seizures (access required)

The Housing Authority of Baltimore City on Friday filed a motion to stop the seizure of trucks and other property to pay for damages in a lead paint case. The HABC’s motion, filed in Baltimore City Circuit Court, seeks to ...

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Harris Teeter’s opening is a happy ending (access required)

Four years ago, the McHenry Row development in Locust Point began a roller-coaster ride toward completion as the recession forced fits and starts on the project. Wednesday morning, those woes were a distant memory. Developer Mark Sapperstein beamed as he ...

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Real Estate Weekly – 11/25/11: Md. faults Frederick County growth plans

Frostburg State University erecting energy research center (AP) A center for sustainable energy research is rising on the campus of Frostburg State University. The $2.4 million facility will house research on energy independence and sustainable sources of energy, university President Jonathan ...

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Feds sue mortgage broker, alleging lending fraud

NEW YORK — The federal government sued one of the nation’s largest privately held mortgage brokers on Tuesday, saying its decade-long fraudulent lending practices cost the government hundreds of millions of dollars and forced thousands of American homeowners to lose ...

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Baltimore’s public housing agency faces inquiry

WASHINGTON — A U.S. senator says he has started an inquiry into Baltimore’s public housing agency. Sen. Charles Grassley on Thursday sent a letter requesting documents from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. In the letter, the Iowa ...

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