Welcome to Pennsylvania Land Brokers

Trust the Experts at Pennsylvania Land Brokers

Landowners love us, you will too!

The dedicated team members at Pennsylvania Land Brokers are the area’s experts when it comes to selling, developing and rezoning land. We work with single lots, agricultural land, fields, woods and any type of developable land. We pride ourselves on being Pennsylvania’s full-spectrum land brokerage, representing farmers in agricultural land deals; investors and developers in the sale of pad sites, subdivisions, and commercial development opportunities; and families in the sale of lots, hunting and recreational lands.

If you own any type of land, we will advise you on its sale, valuation, repurposing or development potential. We provide a free Opinion of Value on any land parcel and expert guidance on positioning your property for sale/rezoning, improvements and appreciation, preserving long-term development potential, and protecting property from unexpected tax consequences and the many not-so-obvious issues that landowners face.

Broker Stephen J. Ferrandi has sold over half a billion dollars’ worth of land since earning his real estate license in 1997. He and his team are a trusted resource for landowners, farmers, families, lenders, institutions, developers and builders when it is time to sell, appraise or monetize a landholding.

Words to Live By

“Under All Is the Land”—this phrase comes from the first sentence of the code of ethics of the National Association of Realtors—and it is the foundation of our brokerage practice. We know that before the first piece of paper is signed or the first spade goes into the ground, there have been years’ worth of critical decisions, conversations and negotiations.

The brokers at Pennsylvania Land Brokers assist sellers, developers, investors, and purchasers in making those decisions, having those conversations, and winning those negotiations. From completing a property market analysis, to determining land value, to obtaining easements or up-zoning and development approvals, we are your experienced brokers.

Once the decision has been made to sell a property, our marketing team goes into action, covering traditional, digital, and situation-specific marketing channels to ensure the opportunity receives wide broadcast. As well, our vast network of connections comes into play, helping to shepherd the process along smoothly, efficiently, and cost-effectively.

Once the offers arrive, we guide clients through what can be an emotional and demanding process. You can rest assured that you’ll get top results and personal, timely service.  We are your trusted advisors.

Landowners love us, and you will too.


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Weekly Blog

Citybiz Interview with Stephen J. Ferrandi, President of Empire Argenti Companies

March 2, 2021

By Edwin Warfield Career | You’ve done a lot of things in your 56 years – left home at the age of 14 to and studied for five years to be a Catholic priest, started a magazine publishing business at the age of 19, renovated churches and synagogues at the age of 26 and became a…

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759-unit housing development in the works near White Marsh Mall

February 17, 2021

By Melody Simmons Baltimore Business Journal A 759-unit development is in the works for a large parcel of mostly undeveloped land near White Marsh Mall in eastern Baltimore County. The 125-acre Villages at White Marsh will sit off Bucks School House Road and Perry Hall Boulevard, about two miles off Interstate 95, and stretch north…

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Maryland Land Advisors to Create a 360-Unit Residential Project from the 135- Acre Unger Farm in Hagerstown

February 2, 2021

Stephen J. Ferrandi, President of Maryland Land Advisors, is proud to announce that his firm has been awarded the assignment to entitle and sell residential building lots from the 135-acre Unger Farm. The project, to be developed as Virginia Commons, will consist of single-family detached and duplex homesites, and a large community park or common…

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Maryland Land Advisors Brokers McCormick Place – 62-lots in Rosedale

February 2, 2021

Maryland Land Advisors hired by Saturn Universal, a Baltimore-based financial firm to handle the disposition of a 62-lot subdivision taken back in foreclosure. The property consisting of 53 townhome lots and 9 single-family detached lots is located off of McCormick Avenue in Rosedale. The subdivision is fully entitled, and awaiting a buyer to begin the…

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Millville by the Sea

February 2, 2021

Maryland Land Advisors sells Millville by the Sea: Planned for 2,000 total lots Maryland Land Advisors is pleased to announce the sale of more than 440 acres of residential land within a master planned community located in Millville, Delaware through its sister company Delaware Land Advisors. This assemblage of land was an asset of the…

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Perry Hall Greenhouse

January 25, 2021

We represented our sister company, Hamilton Communities, after they purchased a +/- 4-acre former commercial greenhouse at auction. The property was the neighborhood eyesore, covered in trash and weeds, several buildings that dotted the site had been boarded up for decades, with their rooves collapsed, and graffiti tagged across much of the façade.  The real…

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Washington Avenue – County Park

January 25, 2021

When Baltimore County placed a contract to purchase our Washington Avenue listing, we soon learned we had a major problem.  Though the county had submitted an acceptable offer to our client, they had a major catch.  Since the property was being sold as a park, all buildings, fences, landscaping and debris had to be removed…

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Lots of Trouble

January 1, 2015

Selling vacant land becomes a struggle in down market Ryan Sharrow Baltimore Business Journal The Diamond Group has cut its asking price for a 2-acre lot in the city’s Morrell Park neighborhood in half. The lot has room for 20 new townhomes. Anne Arundel County home builder William Douglas Homes has four parcels of vacant…

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Chestnut Point

September 2, 2014

When an unscrupulous Philadelphia developer borrowed millions from a New York bank to purchase the Chestnut Point Campground and Marina in Cecil County, Maryland few could image the nightmare that would soon unfold. The developer immediately attempted to evict all of the residents, but local regulators stepped in, notifying the developer under Maryland Land mobile…

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St. Francis Orchard

February 18, 2014

When an investor purchased the last 2 acre parcel to round out this 125 acre assemblage, he found himself in a major dilemma. Though the $4.6 million bank loan he had been approved for was scheduled to close in five business days, after touring the site a senior bank official explained to the investor that…

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