Development and Acquisition
Bull Development has been investing in residential and commercial real estate for more than 25 years. We specialize in identifying undervalued or complex assets to generate superior returns for our investors.
Valuation and Advisory
Bull Development provides commercial and residential valuation services to institutions as well as individual investors with a team of over 30 years of valuation expertise.
All our projects aim to meet our high standard of environmental and social sustainability. Our goal is to implement all components of what make great communities in our buildings.
Hayward Ave Development
We are currently in the feasibility and pre-development stage of a potential transit orientated development in the heart of West Baltimore.
Our goal is to set a new standard on how afforable housing communities are created and executed.
Frederick Ave Development
We are currently in the pre-development stage of a proposed 50+ multi-family building in the Irvington neighborhood of Baltimore City.
Our intention is to provide a great addition to a already great neighborhood.
W Baltimore Development
We are currently in the pre-development stage of a proposed mixed use development in the heart of Historic Union Square.
VALUATION YOU CAN TRUST
All our appraisal report are complete with a detailed focus on accuracy
Commercial And Residential
We serve all residential and commercial valuation needs.
D.C, MD, VA
We cover Washington, D.C, Maryland and Virginia
Our Solution Papers
Minority Developers and Minority Communities need to work together to accelerate the revitalization of dis-invested communities.
Guide For Collaboration of Black Developers and Black Community
Black Communities are the next frontier of Real Estate Development. Black Communities have not developed existing community assets in decades.
The Next Frontier of Real Estate Development
Density can create value that can drive economics that can alleviate the financial pressure of city budget, community investment, and wealth gap.
City Revenue, Social Zoning, and Community Equity