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Baltimore, the biggest city of Maryland, was founded as a port city in 1729 and incorporated as a city in 1796. Baltimore got its name from Charles Calvert, Lord Baltimore. Because of its vast natural harbor, the city assisted as a shipbuilding and transportation hub for the Middle Atlantic states throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Baltimore served as a headquarters for the Baltimore and Ohio railroad and the Baldwin Locomotive Works, during the growth of rail roads in the 1830s. The city continued its competition actively with Philadelphia and New York into the twentieth century, gaining Bethlehem Steel's main shipyards and maintaining large port facilities. Heavy industrial movement far away from major cities in the 1950s and 1960s contributed to Baltimore's sever economic decline. Its approximate population as per 2005 Census was estimated as 641,943.

The city's renewal movements rank among the most ambitious in the United States. William Schaefer was the city's outspoken mayor from 1971 to 1986 managed to construct the Inner Harbor Project, the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, as well as a convention center and two waterfront malls.

Cooperation between public and private investors and through careful city planning, Baltimore is now being recognized as the America's “comeback cities.”Its civic center business district has been transformed into a mecca of scintillating hotels, retail centers and office buildings. But Baltimore has not completely exchanged its traditional working-class image for high technology. Most of its urban renewal programs focus on the renovation and preservation of historical buildings. Baltimore is Nicknamed as the "charmed city," Baltimore has become a top tourist destination.

INSTITUTIONS: Baltimoreis the seat of The Johns Hopkins University, Morgan State University, Loyola college, the University of Baltimore, the College of Notre Dame of Maryland and the University of Maryland at Baltimore with schools of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, law and social work and many other.Baltimore has its choice of sports - baseball, national football, indoor soccers, hockey and lacrosse league.

CLIMATE: Baltimore has humid subtropical climate. It has humid and hot summers and cool, moist winters. The climate is not extreme as in other American cities.

Real Estate Dec, 06: Baltimore is the comfortable blend of historical neighborhoods, suburban communities and rural landscapes. This all at the cost of living below the national average. Education system is good, including nearby colleges and universities. Baltimore County is the destination for boaters and fishermen with more than 175 miles of shoreline and over 60 marinas. Oregon Ridge Park gets filled with sounds of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in summers.

Baltimore County come off a very intense Seller's Market. Though home prices are still on a slight increase but sales have slowed. The average days on the market have increased from a few weeks to 2 to 3 months. It indicates to be the buyers market.

The average price for a Baltimore County home is on the rise. New home prices have risen by OVER $30,000. You can buy a 3+ BR HOME IN BALTIMORE for under $300,000. If you are interested in buying home at Baltimore can fill the form to match the quotes with Mortgage lenders. We match 4-free mortgage quotes with top mortgage lenders of that area. It is good to shop around before buying home as it gives you life long relief. Please the fill the form given to get the quotes.

 

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