Commercial - Multifamily Land Original

Success Stories

Ours is a business where trying doesn’t count. Though we spend many weeks or months marketing a property, negotiating a contract of sale and years representing our client as the property slowly proceeds through the government entitlements process,  we  are only judged to have done our job only if that property settles.  Here are a few projects that demonstrate our excellence in selling land for development.

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  • Anne Arundel County
  • Baltimore County
  • Carroll County
  • Cecil County
  • Charles County
  • Harford County
  • Howard County
  • Prince George’s County
  • Queen Anne's County
  • Washington County

Cove Point

When the CSX railroad wanted to sell 13-acres of surplus land, we immediately found a buyer capable of rezoning the once industrial property and developing it into 400 units of needed senior housing. Dundalk, Baltimore County, Maryland Buyer: J.J. Clarke Enterprises $640,000

Allender Road

The remnants of family farm once bucolic was now located across from the largest landfill in the region, proved a challenge to sell with the property on the market for five years.  We tried every avenue and ultimately negotiated a contract to sell it to Baltimore County for our asking price.   Today, it is…

Misty Meadows

We represented Harvard Homes in the sale of this subdivision of K. Hovnanian Homes. It was part of a three-subdivision transaction we brokered on behalf of a local homebuilder to a national homebuilder. Perry Hall, Baltimore County Buyer: K. Hovnanian Homes Price: Undisclosed

Jones Road

In 2004, we represented the Ercolano family in the sale of 18-acres to Sierra Homes which yielded 5-custom home sites on well and septic. Kingsville, Baltimore, Maryland Buyer: Sierra Homes Price Not Disclosed

Sandoval Property

A developer had a 20-lot subdivision that had extraordinary development costs caused by substantial rock formations located across that site. After the site developer numbers came in, we were called to sell the property since developing this property as a residential community could not be justified during the Great Recession. We sold the land to…

Rolling Oaks

When a local homebuilder realized that he could make more profit by selling his 112-home subdivision to a national homebuilder rather than building the community himself, he hired us to market the property to every active national builder.  Within six months, we proved his assumption right with a huge payday. Windsor Mill, Baltimore County, Maryland…