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Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center kicks off  the fall season with the announcement of its newest premier outdoor waterfront venue,  RiverView Terrace,  slated to open in Spring 2012.

“We are thrilled to see the construction of RiverView Terrace rapidly underway,” said Phil Coffey, Gaylord National's Senior Vice President and General Manager.  “The transformation of one of our prime outdoor areas will allow us to further set the standard for unique events in the Washington region and deliver an unparalleled experience for social gatherings.”

Prince George's County Hosts Annual Housing Fair


Landover, Md. – The Prince George’s County Department of Housing and Community Development will be partnering with the Prince George’s County Association of Realtors, the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, and the Prince George’s County Human Relations Commission to host its annual housing fair at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Center, 8001 Sheriff Road on Saturday, June 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Apartment Community In Forestville Acquired For $20 Million

Apartment Community In Forestville Acquired For $20 Million



Rockville, MD, May 5, 2011– The Donaldson Group (TDG) of Rockville, MD and its equity partner, New York-based Angelo, Gordon & Company (AG), have acquired Regency Pointe, a 599-unit apartment community in Forestville, MD for $20 million. The partnership plans to invest an additional $16 million to renovate this community, located on 24.6 acres just inside the Washington Beltway and three miles from the District of Columbia line, with excellent frontage on Pennsylvania Avenue.

Prince Georges County Announces External Audit of County's Housing

This story comes to us from Scott L. Peterson from the Office of the Prince George's County Executive:

This past Monday, December 27, Prince George’s County Executive, Rushern L. Baker, III announced that Prince George’s County has signed a contract with Virginia Tech University to conduct an independent audit of the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).

Prince Georges County experiencing highest Foreclosure Rates in the Region

Prince Georges County has been experiencing a continued spike in foreclosures despite a new ruling that went into effect July 1. On July 1, the Maryland legislature’s “Mediation before Foreclosure” rule went into effect. Under this ruling, homeowners facing foreclosure can ask for a mediation hearing to explain their specific situation to the Judge and maybe get more time to improve their situation. Unfortunately, Judges have not been enforcing this ruling and many homeowners are still losing their homes at a rapid pace. Many of these homes now sit empty and are becoming a blight which is negatively impacting the Prince Georges housing market. Area real estate agents have no choice but to sell these homes through the short sale process which affects the housing prices in the surrounding area.