"It's what I consider the end," said Bruce S. Campbell, III, Nottingham senior Vice President.
"We started with single family homes back in the mid 1970s in the areas where we had existing utilities," Campbell
"I remember the first single-family homes sold for $30,000," Campbell
"I think we've had a very consistent market and buyer profile," Campbell
said."We cater a lot to first-time homebuyers in the middle income to upper-middle income bracket."
"It hasn't changed a lot over the years," he
The main change has been price.According to numbers from Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.
, a Rockville-based real estate tracker, the average home sold for more than $200,000 in Baltimore County
That number represents valuation growth of more than $10,000 annually for the past six years, according to the numbers.
"It's not an upper-income market by any means, but it's been a solid housing market," Campbell