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Baltimore Maryland Real Estate: Neighborhoods, Home Costs, and More

If you’re thinking about purchasing some Baltimore Maryland real estate, you’re making a good decision.





Baltimore Maryland Real Estate

by Bob Ellal

If you’re thinking about purchasing some Baltimore Maryland real estate, you’re making a good decision. Baltimore is a prime destination. It is a port with a waterfront location that serves over 60 ocean carriers, has an outstanding transportation network, and is in close proximity to New York City, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.

If you’re looking for employment there are many opportunities if you’re considering buying Baltimore Maryland real estate. Major employers in the state include Bethlehem Steel, Computer Sciences Group, General Motors, Lockheed Martin, Marriott, McCormick & Co., and Northrup Grumman. In 2002, the top occupations in the state of Maryland were administrative support, biotechnology, Internet technology and executive and managerial occupations. The top industries were retail trade, public administration, health services, and other professional services.

But it’s not all work and no play in Baltimore. As a matter of fact, many neighborhoods in Baltimore are undergoing a renaissance of sorts. An example is the Inner Harbor area, which attracts millions of visitors every year. A new wave of development has begun there spawning the development of internationally acclaimed visual and performing arts and numerous fine restaurants. It’s also close to excellent schools and universities. In addition, it’s the home of the Maryland Science Museum and the National Aquarium. It’s an ideal place to purchase Baltimore Maryland real estate.

There are many things to do in Baltimore for you and your family:

  • National Aquarium—given five stars by many reviewers for its size and selection of sea creatures. A wonderful attraction to see again and again if you decide to purchase Baltimore Maryland real estate.
  • Port Discovery—an interactive museum for the whole family, it features a Dream Lab and an Exploration Center.
  • Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine—this is where the sight of the American flag flying in the War of 1812 with the British inspired Francis Scott Key to pen the “Star-Spangled Banner.” You can be proud buying Baltimore Maryland real estate and living in this patriotic town.
  • Baltimore Museum of Art—dedicated to Modern Art.
  • Maryland Science Center—an Inner Harbor museum focusing on physics, marine biology and astronomy.
  • Edgar Allen Poe House and Museum—Baltimore is the home of the legendary horror writer and his home, where he penned many a ghastly tale, is open for tours. Don’t you want to purchase Baltimore Maryland Real Estate and live in the same town as the horror master?
  • USS Constellation—Commissioned in 1855, it was the last all-sail ship built by the United States Navy. It lies at anchor in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.

The cost of homes? In suburbs around Baltimore, depending upon distance away from the city, you can buy a three-bedroom home for about $220,000 (not new, of course). A four-bedroom home, closer to Baltimore, can run about $450,000. The newer and closer you get the higher the price of course, $800,000 through the millions are common. So there is a great variety in Baltimore Maryland real estate.

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