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Come Home to Baltimore, Maryland

What do Edgar Allen Poe, Under Armour, and the NFL's Ravens have in common? They're all located in Baltimore! Discover one of the United State's oldest cities that's packed full of intrigue, history, and world-class entertainment. Spend your days casually strolling through Inner Harbor, touring one of the many internationally recognized museums, or simply soaking in the natural beauty of the area. 

You'll never have a dull moment living in beautiful Baltimore—and I'd love to help you explore available listings all throughout the city.

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Why Do Residents Choose Baltimore?

Things to Do

A major tourist destination on the East Coast, Baltimore never has a shortage of activities, events, or attractions to explore. One of the most popular destinations is Inner Harbor, which offers a plethora of fun things to do. Explore the National Aquarium, tour one of the many historic ships open to the public docked in the harbor, or walk through the famed Walters Art Museum.

Parks & Recreation

While you may think Baltimore is distinctly metropolitan, there's no shortage of gorgeous outdoor recreation available to residents and visitors. Historic Druid Hill Park features countless walking trails, equestrian riding trails, a pool, gardens, and even the Maryland Zoo. Federal Hill Park is also perfect for the casual excursion and has an open play area, as well as an incredible view of Inner Harbor.


Baltimore public schools are filled with teachers that truly care about their students and make each individual's success their priority. Most of the city is served by Baltimore City Public Schools, which offers advanced coursework, as well as stellar sports programs and many extracurricular activities. Baltimore is also home to many charter and private schools, in addition to a few colleges and universities (including Johns Hopkins!).

Local Amenities

Apart from its incredible restaurant scene, Baltimore also showcases some of the best shopping in the entire United States, which comprises an incredible variety of national chains and local businesses. Get everything you need at Harborplace, indulge in luxury shopping at Harbor East, or find a unique boutique at Hampden— whatever you're looking for, you can find it here!


Even though Baltimore is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States, it's still growing! The job market here has expanded by more than 1.5% in the past year, and it's expected to grow by 36% in the next ten years. Baltimore is also among the top 50 cities in the country for tech professionals, and it was even ranked 4th by Forbes as a "New Tech Hot Spot".

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Baltimore at a Glance

Travel & Commute

Washington, D.C.: 43.7 mi
Crofton: 26.4 mi
BWI Airport: 10.1 mi
Major Roads: US-40, Jones Falls Expy

Quick Facts

Population: 585,462
Zip Codes: 21201 and others
County: Baltimore City
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Baltimore Home-Buying Resources

Whether you're selling or buying a home in Baltimore, you can trust me to help you every step of the way. Be sure to check out my handy search tool, and browse my real estate resources below for more information—I look forward to helping you track down the home of your dreams!

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