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May 22, 1996
Because of an editing error, a story in The Sun's Real Estate section Sunday incorrectly stated that the Inner Harbor East project is being built on the site of lumberyards and warehouses. In fact, the lumberyards and warehouses had been cleared.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 5/22/96
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BUSINESS
November 16, 2008
The year is quickly fading, along with expectations for a rebound of the real estate market. That's OK, because there's always next year. We're looking for New Year's resolutions from buyers, sellers, homeowners, Realtors, contractors and anyone else who has a piece of the real estate pie. Tell us what you promise to do in 2009 to sell or buy a home, renovate, upgrade or improve your living space or help a client get there. E-mail your resolutions (100 words maximum) to homes@baltsun.com by Nov. 21. Please include your name, city and phone number.
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BUSINESS
By BERNIE KOHN and BERNIE KOHN,SUN BUSINESS EDITOR | June 23, 2006
Today marks the return of weekly coverage of residential real estate issues with a destination page inside the Friday Business section. Our coverage will include Kenneth Harney's syndicated column on consumer real estate issues, which has appeared in Saturday's Business section in recent months. You'll also find several features familiar from the former Real Estate section of The Sun, including the Dream Home feature. This new page of news content is separate from the weekly real estate section produced by The Sun's advertising department.
BUSINESS
July 26, 2008
Beginning next week, business coverage will move inside the Maryland section Tuesday through Friday. The Money & Life section will continue to run on Sundays as a stand-alone section. A few regular features that have been in the daily Business section will move to other sections: *Dream Home will move to the Go Today section starting Aug. 2. *Jamie Smith Hopkins' Real Estate Wonk column will move to the Sunday Real Estate section Aug. 3. *Hanah Cho's On the Job column and the At Work feature will move from Wednesday to Sunday's Money & Life section starting Aug. 3. A number of regular features from syndicated columnists or wire services are being discontinued, including the Your Funds column by Charles Jaffe, Helpdesk from technology columnist Bill Husted and Real Estate Matters by Ilyce Glink.
NEWS
June 17, 1996
The Real Estate Watch column in the Real Estate section of yesterday's editions gave an incorrect date for a meeting of the Baltimore Campaign, an initiative to promote the city that is coordinated by the Citizens Planning and Housing Association.The meeting is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 10: 30 a.m. July 18 at the Baltimore Urban League.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 6/17/96
BUSINESS
October 24, 1993
The Sun today introduces a redesigned and expanded Real Estate section. Our new section provides buyers, sellers, homeowners and tenants more practical information on the real estate market.The news and feature content of the section has grown by about 25 percent and includes several new features: snapshots of new homes, profiles of neighborhoods, listings of individual home sales, graphics of market trends, and answers to your questions about buying, selling, financing and improving your home.
BUSINESS
July 25, 2008
Beginning next week, business coverage will move inside the Maryland section Tuesday through Friday. The Money & Life section will continue to run on Sundays as a stand-alone section. A few regular features that have been in the daily Business section will move to other sections: * Dream Home will move to the Go Today section starting Aug. 2. * Jamie Smith Hopkins' Real Estate Wonk column will move to the Sunday Real Estate section on Aug. 3. * Hanah Cho's On the Job column and the At Work feature will move from Wednesday to Sunday's Money & Life section starting Aug. 3. A number of regular features from syndicated columnists or wire services are being discontinued, including the Your Funds column by Charles Jaffe, Helpdesk from technology columnist Bill Husted and Real Estate Matters by Ilyce Glink.
BUSINESS
November 2, 2008
The year is quickly fading, along with expectations for a rebound of the real estate market. That's OK because there's always next year. We're looking for New Year's resolutions from buyers, sellers, homeowners, Realtors, contractors and anyone else who has a piece of the real estate pie. Tell us what you promise to do in 2009 to sell or buy a home, renovate, upgrade or improve your living space or help a client get there. E-mail your resolutions (100 words maximum) to homes@baltsun.com by Nov. 21. Please include your name, city and phone number.
NEWS
By PAUL MOORE and PAUL MOORE,PUBLIC EDITOR | February 12, 2006
Recent changes in two sections of The Sun reflect powerful forces that are shaping newspapers today - increased media competition and budget cuts. Change No. 1: The Sun has expanded Maryland news space by almost 33 percent. Two pages - one for Baltimore County and one for state news - have been added Tuesday through Saturday. Space also has been added to the Howard and Anne Arundel sections. The moves reflect a continuing circulation battle with The Washington Post in those counties and anticipated competition with the Baltimore Examiner, a free daily tabloid that plans to begin publishing in April.
BUSINESS
October 17, 1993
Next Sunday, The Sun will introduce a redesigned and expanded Real Estate section. Our new section will provide buyers, sellers, homeowners and tenants more practical information on the real estate market.The news and feature content of the section will grow by about 25 percent and will include several new features: snapshots of new homes, profiles of neighborhoods, listings of individual home sales, graphics of market trends, and answers to your questions about buying, selling, financing and improving your home.
BUSINESS
By BERNIE KOHN and BERNIE KOHN,SUN BUSINESS EDITOR | June 23, 2006
Today marks the return of weekly coverage of residential real estate issues with a destination page inside the Friday Business section. Our coverage will include Kenneth Harney's syndicated column on consumer real estate issues, which has appeared in Saturday's Business section in recent months. You'll also find several features familiar from the former Real Estate section of The Sun, including the Dream Home feature. This new page of news content is separate from the weekly real estate section produced by The Sun's advertising department.
NEWS
By PAUL MOORE and PAUL MOORE,PUBLIC EDITOR | February 12, 2006
Recent changes in two sections of The Sun reflect powerful forces that are shaping newspapers today - increased media competition and budget cuts. Change No. 1: The Sun has expanded Maryland news space by almost 33 percent. Two pages - one for Baltimore County and one for state news - have been added Tuesday through Saturday. Space also has been added to the Howard and Anne Arundel sections. The moves reflect a continuing circulation battle with The Washington Post in those counties and anticipated competition with the Baltimore Examiner, a free daily tabloid that plans to begin publishing in April.
NEWS
By PAUL MOORE and PAUL MOORE,PUBLIC EDITOR | January 29, 2006
As usual, readers of The Sun are full of opinions these days about what's happening at their daily newspaper. Here is a sampling of what they have to say: Flex squad coverage Nice writing (in Wednesday's story "Police scandal hurts cases; claims against flex squad members put 375 cases in jeopardy" by Julie Bykowicz). If guilty of what they are charged, these officers should get maximum penalties for what havoc they cause. Murder city I don't know whether the article on Tuesday's front page ("City engulfed anew in wave of homicides" by Gus Sentementes)
BUSINESS
August 2, 1998
A book to help you in buying a houseAnyone planning to purchase a home might want to take a look at the second edition of "How to Buy a House, Condo, or Co-op" by Michael C. Thomsett and the editors of Consumer Reports Books.The buying process, mortgages, insurance, home improvements and taxes are among the topics covered in the book's six sections. There is also a glossary of real estate terms.The 236-page book sells for $16.95.Woodland Walk honored for excellenceWoodland Walk, a 183-unit "town and manor home community" at Piney Orchard, received a first-place award at the 1998 Anne Arundel Excellence in Building ceremony.
NEWS
June 17, 1996
The Real Estate Watch column in the Real Estate section of yesterday's editions gave an incorrect date for a meeting of the Baltimore Campaign, an initiative to promote the city that is coordinated by the Citizens Planning and Housing Association.The meeting is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 10: 30 a.m. July 18 at the Baltimore Urban League.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 6/17/96
NEWS
May 22, 1996
Because of an editing error, a story in The Sun's Real Estate section Sunday incorrectly stated that the Inner Harbor East project is being built on the site of lumberyards and warehouses. In fact, the lumberyards and warehouses had been cleared.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 5/22/96
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