The millennial rising star in the Frederick County CRE market earns well-deserved recognition.
It is said that time is money, and when selling developable real estate, taking the risk of giving a buyer time can lead to a higher sales price…or nothing at all.
Frederick County District 2 County Councilman Tony Chmelik announces a write-in campaign to regain his seat in Winchester Hall.
It may have been the chorus line in the memorable song from the 1951 hit musical “The King and I”, but it also happens to be the foundation of a solid broker-client relationship in commercial real estate.
In ever-changing markets, there are many valuation methods available to choose from for a buyer or seller of land and commercial real estate, but which one is really the fair market value?
It seems that the former longtime Frederick County Democrat is becoming quite effective at wooing voters from both parties.
Multiple Retail transfers consume the majority of the big deals, but one multifamily sale again dominates the volume for the period!
At the midway point in the year, overall commercial real estate square feet leased in Frederick County nearly equals 2017 full year totals … but we must read between the lines!
How To Get Tough With Commercial Property Management Firms
This week we're revisiting a favorite MacRo blog for Throw Back Thursday. Read on to find out why it's always interesting to tour properties of prospective clients.