Success Stories

Archbishop Spaulding

Arundel Woods

December 16, 2020

When the CSX railroad wanted to sell a 28-acre tract of land that paralleled their railroad tracks in Anne Arundel County, we got the call.  After six months of aggressive marketing, we walked the property with lots of prospects, but the proximity to the tracks limited the amount of development the land could support and…

Little Hut Tract

September 10, 2020

When one of the largest landowners in Queen Anne’s County wanted to sell a portion of their landholdings approved for tax-credit housing, we expanded our marketing from local to regional, getting the property in front of every tax-credit developer in the Mid-Atlantic. To handle the anticipated response, we created a competitive bid process, received multiple…

Two Counties, Two Transactions, One Kingsview Phase II

September 10, 2020

One of Our Most Complex Deals Is One of Our Favourites In 2005, we represented the Bell Family estate in what was of our most complex and complicated deals. The project involved a 600-acre parcel of developable land that straddled the border of Prince George’s and Charles counties. This meant that the property and any…

Shipley’s Grant: From Farmland to Thriving Family Community

September 10, 2020

Hard Work and Great Partners Help Build Howard County This development was years in the making. We began talks with out-of-state sellers in 1997, and in 2002 it went under contract, and the final transaction was made in 2008 after complex zoning changes. In the end, we sold 56 acres from the Shipley-Curtis Farm to…

Summerlin in Harford County Almost Didn’t Happen

September 8, 2020

MLA Helped One Developer Shift Project to Another At Last Minute What do you do when you would like to pass on a large project that only a few developers can take over? You call Maryland Land Advisors, of course. We were proud to represent one of Maryland’s largest apartment owners when they decided not…

Selling Large, Unserviced Tracts of Land No Problem for Maryland Land Advisors

September 8, 2020

Bell Family Land Now Kingsview Phase II We sold a 600-acre tract for the Bell family–one of the largest land owners in Prince George’s and Charles counties–to a regional developer who has now developed the project into Kingsview Phase II. The assemblage of land was challenging, as it had no water, no sewer, no roads…