Michael C. Ridgway
Mike has been practicing law, focusing on real estate matters, in the Washington Metropolitan area for over 33 years.
Mike received his law degree in 1984 from The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law. Following completion of law school, Mike served as the law clerk to the Honorable James J. McAuliffe, Jr, Judge of the Sixth Judicial Circuit of Maryland from 1984 to 1985. He is licensed in Maryland and is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and the Montgomery County Bar Association. Mike has been very active in the real estate community throughout the Baltimore and Washington Metropolitan Region, instructing realtors in continuing educations courses and providing practical solutions to realtors, lenders, and consumers. Mike is experienced in residential and commercial transactions and focuses his practice on providing practical resolution of issues throughout the entire real estate transaction.
Mike is very active in the real estate community, serving in many leadership roles over the years in the Maryland Land Title Association, educating realtors, and assisting as part of other organizations supporting assistance to homeownership. Mike was a member of the inaugural class of Leadership Montgomery in 1990.
Mike is also very active in the regional community at large, serving in leadership roles in non- profit and charitable organizations. Among his many leadership roles, Mike served on the Georgetown Preparatory School Board of Trustees from 2002-2008. Mike was honored as the Montgomery County MD Catholic Business Network Community Leader of the Year 2016 for his years of dedication to charitable organizations.
He graduated from Salisbury State College in 1986. He graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 1991. Following his graduation from law school, Steve served as the law clerk to the Honorable James J. McAuliffe, Jr, Judge of the Sixth Judicial Circuit of Maryland from 19__ to 198__.
Stephen serves as Senior Counsel for the Eastern Shore Division of Real Estate Title & Escrow.
He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Maryland State Bar Association, and the Wicomico County Bar Association. Steve has served on the Board of Directors for Salisbury Neighborhood Housing Service, Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County and served on the Education Committee for the Coastal Association of REALTORS®.
In March 2013, Steve was presented “Hero for Habitat” for over 10 years of continued support and for his service on the Board of Directors.
February 2017, Steve was awarded the State of Maryland Governor’s Volunteer Service Certificate recognizing his dedication to the community and years of volunteer service.
A Baltimore native, Jordan focuses on commercial real estate transactions and other matters related to commercial transactions. Jordan attended the University of Maryland where he graduated in 2008. Jordan attended the New England School of Law, graduating in 2011.
Jordan underwrites a variety of commercial real estate transactions involving private, public and governmental financing. Such transactions include FHA/HUD insured projects, Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects, various other multi-family/affordable housing projects, large-scale residential subdivisions, shopping centers, office buildings, and raw undeveloped land. Jordan represents a diverse set of clients, including commercial and residential developers, local and large-scale national builders, and local and national lenders.
Jordan is licensed in Maryland and is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and its Real Estate Property Section.
Kevin L. Bayly
Kevin is the managing attorney of Community Title Network’s Washington, DC office. Kevin’s legal experience includes real estate and property law, real estate transactions, contract drafting and negotiations, small business matters, intellectual property, and copyright law.
A native of the Washington, DC area, Kevin attended Gonzaga College High School, graduated from the University of Maryland as a Banneker Key Scholar in 2004, and earned his law degree from Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law in 2012.
Kevin is a member of the Maryland Bar and an active volunteer in both the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland’s Tax Sale Foreclosure Clinic and the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. Kevin is also an affiliate member of the Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors, and an active member of the Lamond-Riggs Civic Association in Northeast Washington, DC.
Allyson is a Baltimore native. Her practice focuses on real estate transactions and other real estate matters primarily surrounding residential transactions. Allyson attended Towson University, graduating in 2008. She then attended the University of Baltimore School of Law, graduating in 2012.
She is licensed to practice in Maryland and is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association. Ally is involved in various community and charitable organizations, most notably Sunshine Kids Foundation and support of the ALS Association.