Introducing Our Newest Team Member Frederick Land & Home is proud to introduce Associate Broker, Jay Mason. Since 2004, Jay has been a licensed Realtor and completed the Maryland Association of Realtors Leadership Academy in the spring of 2016. Learn more about Jay Mason! Jay Mason was also featured in an article
January 4th This week in Frederick County, the top real estate sale was a villa featuring more than $150,000 in upgrades including a master suite bathroom, quartz countertops, and hardwood floors. The property sold for $630,000. Read more about this week's top real estate sales.
November 23rd This week in Frederick County, the top real estate sale was a move-in ready home on 2+ acres of land, and it sold for $774,000. Read more about this weeks real estate sales.
October 5th This week in Frederick County, the top real estate sale was a beautiful brick colonial home that sold for $745,000. Read more about this weeks real estate sales. October 12th The top real estate sale this week was a custom built home with a five-stall barn and fenced pastures. Read more
December 7th This week in Frederick County, the top real estate sale was a newly constructed home on 3+ acres of land, and it sold for $776,248. Read more about this weeks real estate sales.
Hurricane Katrina survivor moves in to Habitat for Humanity duplex Originally published November 29, 2011 By Stephanie Mlot News-Post Staff Over the last six years, Deborah Gilbert's life transformed from a disaster to a miracle to a blessing. In 2005, Gilbert stuffed a backpack full of her remaining possessions and left her New
City of Frederick: Houses of worship OK in downtown zone Originally published January 09, 2011 By Patti S. Borda News-Post Staff Frederick aldermen approved an ordinance change Thursday that allows houses of worship in the downtown business district. "We're really just going back to the way it was for 20 years," land-use lawyer
Frederick County Commissioners aim to loosen land-use rules Originally published January 08, 2011 By Meg Tully News-Post Staff The Frederick County Commissioners are developing a process to review last year's downzonings. At the same time, they are identifying ways they can make county permitting and regulations more business-friendly. "We have gotten calls and