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Homeland Historically and architecturally significant, the Homeland neighborhood nestled in northern Baltimore has famous designers and quietly spectacular homes. Directly north of Notre Dame of Maryland’s campus, this carefully planned community is generally bounded by N. Charles Street to the West and Bellona Avenue on the East. At the North end, Melrose Avenue draws the line between Homeland and Bellona-Gittings. … Read More

Certified International Property Specialist – Makeda Phillander

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CIPS Education Buying or selling real estate is already likely to be one of the most complicated transactions most individuals will undertake in their lifetime. Add in foreign regulations, different cultures, fluctuating exchange rates, and unknown market conditions and it becomes apparent that there is a significant need to hire a professional. To help clients overcome these challenges, guerilla / … Read More

Guerilla x The Jungle

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Guerilla x The Jungle By Amanda Dukehart Ahhhh breathe it in. The feelings are real. Whether you’re listing your home for sale or just trying to bring some life indoors, houseplants spark a special kind of bliss. The bright, dark and sometimes speckled green leaves not only make us feel good mentally, but physically as well. All about the intense … Read More

At Home in Anneslie

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At Home in Anneslie Part of what has been drawing people to Anneslie for the last 100 years or so is its incredible location. This neighborhood is just outside the city line, so one can partake in all the culture Baltimore City has to offer, while also enjoying County living. Your neighbors within Anneslie consist of restaurateurs, small business owners, … Read More

Discover a New Path to Owning

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Discover a New Path to Owning You may not be ready to buy a house today, but you can still live in the home and community you really want. “Your Maryland Realtor” Tomeka Givens can show you how. Utilizing unique “Lease with a Right to Purchase” programs, Tomeka can help you find a house you want with rent rate certainty … Read More

Resurgent Remington

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Resurgent Remington Remington is a centrally located neighborhood that has been trending for some time now. Historically it was a working class neighborhood that was built in the 12 years that followed World War I, and served as a bedroom community for workers from the Jones Falls mill center. Today, it still has its old-school, blue-collar vibes, but it is … Read More

guerilla / realty passes $50 million milestone

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guerilla / realty passes $50 million milestone BALTIMORE — With 239 properties sold and climbing, guerilla realty has cleared $50 million in sales. This is a major milestone passed just three months shy of our 5 year anniversary. With sales ranging from starter homes, to architecturally significant luxury residences, to live/work spaces for artists, guerilla is an independent agency that … Read More

Why Patterson Park

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Why Patterson Parkby Amanda Dukehart Snuggled above Canton and east of Butchers Hill, Patterson Park is a community of its own. Also known as Highlandtown, the Historic area was a popular area for businessmen, butchers and brewers. It was originally called “Snake Hill”, but the in 1866 the town called a meeting and decided to change the name to something … Read More