Doug Marshall interviewed on Coastal Connection by Bryan Russo.
“There were more than 33,000 properties in the state of Maryland that went to foreclosure last year — many of them on the coast. In our ongoing series on the local impact of the national economic downturn, Bryan Russo talks with one of the region’s top real estate auctioneers. We find out how foreclosures are affecting the entire community and slowing the coastal real estate recovery.”
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Chanceford Hall to by Auctioned by Marshall Auctions: Feature in Shorebread Magazine
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Chanceford Hall Set for Auction: The Compelling Story of an Eastern Shore National Historic Landmark
October 5, 2011 Written By: Andrea Bowland Executive Editor
The key is enormous—it conjures up images of medieval times, when purposeful things didn’t just appear in stores, they had to be forged over hot coals for hours on end. It juts out of the keyhole in the massive wooden door—a fastidious position largely unchanged forwell-over two hundred years. The veritable gatekeeper of the manse—this key, and the hardware on nearly every door and window–have remained intact. So have the Flemish bond bricks that comprise the interior and exterior walls, much of the stucco façade added later, and the wavy glass window panels that comprise the near floor-to-ceiling windows in every room of the three-story structure. The manor house remains unscathed by time, climate, and the treading of thousands of footsteps amidst her halls. She is fiercely loyal to her origination—in fact, the only obvious alteration to this property throughout the centuries has been ownership—and it’s about to change once more.
Doug Marshall is interviewed by the Baltimore Sun on foreclosure reform on the Eastern Shore.
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Baltimore’s vacancy rate stabilizing:
Eastern Shore’s rates grow faster than nation, Census says
By Steve Kilar and Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun 11:07 p.m. EDT, October 6, 2011
Housing vacancies increased at a faster rate along much of Maryland’s Eastern Shore over the last decade than in the nation as a whole, according to a report released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Baltimore’s supply of vacant homes, though, expanded more slowly than the nation’s rate.
The census report contradicts the notion that the number of Baltimore’s empty rowhouses is growing at a rapid pace while Marylanders are rushing to new developments in distant counties. The slow pace of construction in the city helped stabilize vacancy rates from 2000 to 2010, while the boom in new homes on Maryland’s eastern periphery made the rates escalate there, experts said.
Marshall Auctions Lends a Hand- Extreme Makeover Home Edition in Salisbury, MD!
Doug Marshall donates a siding crew to the job! Doug Marshall on-site and loving it!
Volunteers work through the night!
LWRC International to underwrite two of their premier weapons to be sold at the 5TH Annual Allen Marshall Firearm Event. This incredible donation is co-sponsored by two local companies and ALL PROCEEDS from the sale of these firearms will go to The Wounder Warrior Program. The platforms include a R.E.P.R and a Tricon. www.lwrci.com for details!
Marshall Auctions adds 2 Powerhouse Auctioneers to our Dynamic Auction Marketing Team!
International WORLD-CHAMPION Auctioneer, prestigious Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auctions in Scottsdale, AZ, West Palm Beach, FL, Las Vegas, & Newport Beach, CA & more …
Virginia State Champion Auctioneer, bid assistant for Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, AZ