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June 2012 Archives

Violations lead to fines for construction firm serving Maryland

You don't have to work in the construction industry to know that breaking ground on a new project involves much more than a few hard hats and a press conference. Construction regulations can be incredibly complicated and it takes either vast knowledge and experience with them, or the hiring of a professional who knows them, to avoid costly violations.

Real estate researchers coming out of the woodwork

Despite the still-stagnant economy, some might say that things are looking up for investors in commercial real estate. More high net worth and institutional investors are adding real estate to their portfolios, and in the process real estate is evolving and maturing as an asset class. As a result, there's an increasing demand for better, more detailed information on potential investments.

Towson residents, leaders reject proposed zoning changes

If you were to ask the average Maryland resident detailed questions about zoning and land use, you'd likely be met with a blank stare. Most people tend not to think about these issues until they affect one's immediate surroundings. That's precisely why community leaders and residents of a Towson, Maryland, neighborhood packed a public hearing earlier this month.