Maryland Real Estate

It's little wonder why new residents flock to Maryland real estate every year, as Maryland consistently ranks as one of the best places to live. Boasting a high quality of life and numerous home ownership opportunities, many of Maryland's communities allow for budget-savvy family living in close proximity to Washington, DC. Although these regions are known as bedroom communities for Washington, DC, yet are independently thriving economic centers and stand on their own as strong and successful business communities. The end result is a rich collection of real estate alongside phenomenal restaurants, well-maintained parks, numerous entertainment destinations, and excellent recreational amenities.

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Many families choose homes in Maryland because they are a shorter commute to Washington, DC than from Virginia, yet still remain relatively affordable for the The District region. Maryland real estate varies significantly from luxury estates in the 7 digits to affordable starter homes, and everything in between. Both single-family homes and condos can be found in the starting and mid-range price points, allowing home buyers to choose the level of maintenance that best suits their lifestyle.

Live In Maryland Real Estate, Work In Washington, D.C.

Five of Maryland's counties are officially part of the Washington DC Metro district, while three additional counties are often thrown into the mix as well. Many Maryland real estate owners within these communities commute to Washington on a daily basis and enjoy scenic views and personal time to relax as part of their everyday life.

There are numerous ways to commute from Maryland to Washington, DC. The most obvious of these options is driving, which takes approximately 45 minutes to an hour in either direction between the two capital cities. The MARC train system and Metro subway are highly popular commuting options, as they tend to be faster trips and allow Maryland residents to read books, catch up on paperwork or sleep their way through the commute.

Your commute time will directly impact your quality of life! We always recommend working with an experienced Maryland real estate agent when deciding where you should live in the region. Contact us today to learn more.

Within Washington itself, public transit methods include bus, subway and light rail. Thanks to numerous commuter options available to Maryland home owners, it's easy for people to find the right transportation option for their needs.

Maryland Real Estate: Founded In History

Maryland has a strong historical background, which results in numerous points of interest located throughout the communities. From the streetcar suburbs in the likes of Mount Rainier to Garrett Park's status as the first nuclear-weapons free zone in the United States, life in Maryland is founded on a rich American history that is often still recognized to this day.

The Denny & Leyla Team will be happy to introduce you to Maryland real estate & other dream home opportunities in Metro DC. Call 202-464-8400 or contact us online to get started!

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Listing information last updated on July 27th, 2017 at 11:33am EDT.