Representing Land Owners

If you are interested in selling your land in Maryland for development, Stephen Ferrandi has been representing Maryland landowners when they sell to home builders, shopping center developers, office building owners, land developers, and investors since 1998. Over two decades, Stephen has brokered some of the largest land transactions in the state, such as $55,000,000 for the Homewood subdivision in Prince George’s County, $22,500,000 for the Curtis Farm (now Shipley's Grant) in Howard County, $25,000,000 for the Miklasz Farm (now Arundel Woods) in Anne Arundel County, $14,000,000 for the Rolling Oaks subdivision in Baltimore County, and $17,000,000 for the Shipley Homestead property in Anne Arundel County. Stephen represents land owners, regardless of the size of their landholdings -- from a single building lot, a 20-acre field for row crops, or a large tract of land zoned for residential or commercial development. Stephen provides the same expert service, whether you are a large landholder or the owner of a single lot.

Since establishing his land brokerage practice in 1998, Stephen has represented only landowners -- be they farmers, investors, lenders, developers, or homebuilders -- when they choose to sell. To date, he has brokered in excess of $400 million worth of land transactions in Maryland.

As Stephen's land practice expanded, he invited associate Josh Halbedel to join him.  Josh is now a knowledgeable and accomplished land broker in his own right.  

Barb Bindon specializes in the sale of land to houses of worship in Metropolitan Baltimore and Washington, as well as working with smaller landowners who want to sell or put their property into preservation.

Testimonials

I want to thank you for selling our family farm. You invested three years side by side with me as our purchaser Beazer Homes processed plans through subdivision. You were always there for me to answer my questions, hear my complaints or simply sit on the porch and re-assure me over a glass of sweet tea that everything would turn out fine. In the end, it did. Thanks for a job well done."
Bob Knopp

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