We represented our sister company, Hamilton Communities, after they purchased a +/- 4-acre former commercial greenhouse at auction. The property was the neighborhood eyesore, covered in trash and weeds, several buildings that dotted the site had been boarded up for decades, with their rooves collapsed, and graffiti tagged across much of the façade.  The real…

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When Baltimore County placed a contract to purchase our Washington Avenue listing, we soon learned we had a major problem.  Though the county had submitted an acceptable offer to our client, they had a major catch.  Since the property was being sold as a park, all buildings, fences, landscaping and debris had to be removed…

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When an unscrupulous Philadelphia developer borrowed millions from a New York bank to purchase the Chestnut Point Campground and Marina in Cecil County, Maryland few could image the nightmare that would soon unfold. The developer immediately attempted to evict all of the residents, but local regulators stepped in, notifying the developer under Maryland Land mobile…

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When an investor purchased the last 2 acre parcel to round out this 125 acre assemblage, he found himself in a major dilemma. Though the $4.6 million bank loan he had been approved for was scheduled to close in five business days, after touring the site a senior bank official explained to the investor that…

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