Hogan Announces Low-Interest Loans Available For Those Impacted By Hurricane IdaThe remnants of Hurricane Ida spawned two confirmed tornados over Anne Arundel County that left significant damage to homes and businesses.
Hogan Announces $4M In Relief For Homeowners, Businesses Impacted By Ida Following FEMA DenialGov. Larry Hogan on Friday released $4 million to provide money for home repairs, short-term rental assistance and business loans to homeowners and business owners who suffered damages from the remnants of Hurricane Ida in early September.
Little-Known Tax Credit Helping HomeownersA local group is spreading the word about a little-known tax credit that can mean the difference between keeping or losing your home.
New Incentive May Bring Families To BaltimoreIn the city's quest to draw thousands of families to Baltimore, one incentive may do the trick: a home-buying credit could help reverse decades of population decline.
South Bethany Warns Homeowners About Teen Drinking After Controversial Gansler PictureThe government of a Delaware beach town is warning homeowners that they can face penalties if underage drinking or other offenses occur inside their homes after a photo surfaced of gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Doug Gansler at a senior week party.
Police Seek Suspect Involved In Daytime Burglaries At Several Howard County HomesA dire warning to Howard County residents as police are tracking a string of home robberies. Investigators say the brazen crimes happen in the middle of the day.
Homeowners Have Received More Than $220M In Md.Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler says Maryland homeowners have received more than $220 million so far from a national mortgage settlement.
Frederick County Weighs Property Tax RebateFrederick County homeowners may be getting some property tax relief in the form of $100 checks.
Big Incentives Offered For Prospective Homeowners In Baltimore City A local organization is offering big incentives for prospective home buyers.
What Homeowners Need To Know About ChimneysThree easy steps to help you determine if you need to call a professional immediately.
Md. Realtors Bash Governor's Mortgage Deduction IdeaMaryland real estate agents expressed alarm Wednesday at Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposal to cap state income tax deductions for people who make more than $100,000, a change that would have a big impact on mortgage interest deductions.
Farmers Wary Of Possible Septic Tank RulesLong blamed for many of the ills facing the Chesapeake Bay, farmers find themselves straddling both sides of proposals to deal with another source of pollution: septic tanks in housing developments.
Va. Man Accused Of Ripping Off Md. HomeownersA Virginia man is accused of ripping off several Maryland homeowners by falsely promising home improvement work.
Kitchen Cleaning 101These are 10 steps to cleaning your kitchen from top to bottom.
How An Architect Can Fit Into Your BudgetHere are some suggestions to save money on remodeling by taking a cautious approach and understanding what to expect.