Community Overview

Founded in 1729, Baltimore is the largest independant city in the United States. Famous residents include sports legends Cal Ripken Jr. and Johnny Unitas, writer Edgar Allen Poe, film maker Barry Levinson, neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, and journalist H. L. Mencken. During the War of 1812, Francis Scott Key wrote “The Star-Spangled Banner” while watching the battle of Fort McHenry.

The Inner Harbor area was described by the Urban Land Institue in 2009 as “the model for post-industrial waterfront redevelopment around the world.” This landmark seaport and tourist attraction features restaurants, shops, the science center, and the National Aquarium.

Baltimore features some remarkable museums including the world-famous Walters Art Gallery, the Museum of Industry, and the American Visionary Art Museum. The Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards is located at the baseball stadium where the Baltimore Orioles play their home games. There's even Port Discovery, rated the best children’s museum in the U.S. by Forbes Magazine.

Approximately a quarter of the jobs in the Baltimore region are in science, technology, engineering and math, in part attributed to its extensive undergraduate and graduate schools. There are currently 55 accredited colleges and universities in Maryland including Johns Hopkins University, Loyola College, and the University of Maryland.

Charm City is the center of this active and vital region. Baltimore County wraps around the city and extends up to the Mason-Dixon Line. Close to the nation's capitol and the eastern shore, Baltimore has so much to offer. Whether you’re moving to Baltimore or have lived here your whole life I can help you find the home that fits your needs.

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