Baltimore Makes List Of Top Cities For Cheap HomesIf you think purchasing a home is not in your future, there are 20 U.S. cities where it's affordable.
A Company Is Building 3D-Printed Homes For Just $10,000Austin startup ICON unveiled a new method of mass producing small homes with a massive 3D printer in a process that the company says takes just 12 to 24 hours.
Study Finds Young Americans Living Home Highest Since WWIIA study found that 40% of young Americans are living home, the highest rate since World War II.
Former Johns Hopkins Neurosurgeon Ben Carson Chosen As Housing SecretaryPresident-elect Donald Trump has chosen former Campaign 2016 rival Ben Carson to become secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Hogan Says Housing Secretary Will Stay On The JobGov. Larry Hogan met with his top housing official Monday to express disappointment in the secretary's comments about landlord liability in lead paint cases, a spokesman said, but the official will remain on the job after 30 lawmakers called for his resignation.
Md. Housing Chief Suggests Deliberate Lead PoisoningMaryland's housing chief has suggested that parents might deliberately poison their children with lead in order to secure housing benefits.
Mayor's 'Vacants To Value' Program Attacking City's Blighted Housing ProblemBaltimore de-clutters. The city has completed demolition of blighted housing in a section of Northeast Baltimore.
Md. Councilman Stands By Comments On Affordable HousingAn Anne Arundel County councilman is standing by his comments that people shouldn't live in his jurisdiction if they can't afford it.
Vacant Lot In Charles Village Will Soon House Hopkins UpperclassmenThe recession caused a lot of real estate projects to never get off the ground. Now one long dormant building in Charles Village is being resurrected by a new team.
Woman Holding Baby Claims She Was Tased By Police; Officers Refute StoryTwo different stories from a West Baltimore neighborhood involving an accident during a police arrest.
Consumer Spending Up In Md. Since RecessionConsumer spending in Maryland rose slowly but steadily in the years after the Great Recession.
122-Year-Old Baltimore School Becomes HousingOfficials in Baltimore have turned a school building that is more than 100 years old into housing.