Marenberg Enterprises Incorporated

Over 25 Years of Excellence.

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Developer of the Year 2008 — Homebuilders Association of Maryland LDC

MAX Award winner 2009 and 2010—HBAM

 

Welcome home to Marenberg Enterprises Incorporated (MEI), a full-service real estate development company, consulting firm, property manager and real estate brokerage with over 25 years of experience in both residential and commercial real estate.

 

One of our missions is to provide a seamless approach to urban real estate development that contributes to the building of better communities and the resultant building of wealth for residents and stake holders of the community. Over the years, MEI has developed a successful residential marketing approach targeted to potential buyers in urban mixed-income communities and those first time buyers who do not believe they can afford to own a newly built residence.  Using a unique combination of product design and pricing, non-traditional marketing and relationship selling, MEI has helped thousands of families realize the dream of homeownership.  MEI strongly believes that successful sales of houses begins with the five “P’s”

 

· Product selection

· Pricing

· Placement on site

· Pace of Sales

· Post move-in services

 

MEI’s commercial focus stresses mixed-use urban development; including residential (rental and ownership), office, retail, hotel and structured parking in single complexes.

 

Founded in 1982 by Sandy Marenberg in Baltimore, Maryland, MEI provides services throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and is expanding into the Northeast, Mid-West and Southeast.

 

MEI services a range of client needs. We work with major developers, government agencies, nonprofit groups, private investors plus individual buyers and sellers to help design, develop, build, buy and sell properties that vary dramatically in style and price. From large luxury custom homes to garage townhouses to urban condominium living, we understand market demands and we can help you make the most of your real estate investment needs.