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The Fedder Company
10096 Red Run Boulevard Suite 300
The Fedder Company has been active in the Baltimore real estate market for more than thirty years. Its principals have built, developed or acquired more than $200 million worth of income-producing property such as regional and neighborhood shopping center
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The Fedder Company :: Development Services
Director of Development and Acquisitions, Nathan M. Raider, has overseen Fedder Development Corporation projects since 2003 including the award-winning redevelopment of One Mile West Shopping Center in Catonsville, Md.
Mr. Raider's reputation for completing projects on time and within budget positions Fedder Development Corporation as the partner of choice for investors.
The Fedder Company :: People
Nathan M. Raider
Director of Development and Acquisitions
410.581.1400, x114 | email
Jan Alan Katz of Pikesville announces ...
Jan Alan Katz of Pikesville announces the engagement of his daughter, Jennifer Iris, to Nathan Michael Raider, son of Jody and Mark Raider of Natick, Mass.
...Nathan received a master of science in real estate from the Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business and a bachelor of arts in business administration from Franklin & Marshall College.He is the director of development and acquisitions for The Fedder Company.
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Nathan M. RaiderDirector of Development
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Nathan M. RaiderFedderFedderNathan M. Raider is the Director of Development.He
is responsible for various development activities, including all stages of planning, financing, and overseeing major renovation projects and new construction projects at Fedder properties. Nathan was born and raised in Natick, Massachusetts.He received his Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Business Administration from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.Upon graduation in 2001, he joined Chubb Insurance as an underwriter in Florham Park, New Jersey. In July of 2002, Nathan accepted a position with Winn Residential as a property manager in Framingham, Massachusetts.
tenure as a property manager for two residential developments, Nathan
completed several capital improvement projects, reduced outstanding delinquencies, and increased replacement reserve funding while maintaining scheduled distributions to investors. Nathan
is a Maryland real estate licensee and an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers
free time, he
volunteers for Chesapeake Habitat for Humanity in Baltimore City.Nathan
has recently been accepted into the Masters of Science Real Estate Development program at Johns Hopkins University
now resides in Canton, MD.His
recreational interests include baseball, waterskiing, and boating.