Baltimore City, Pros and Cons of Living in the city, relocating to Maryland, Baltimore

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Baltimore City, Pros and Cons of Living in the city, relocating to Maryland, Baltimore County, Harford County

Pros: Baltimore City residents often have shorter commutes because they are closer to the city and can often avoid heavily congested highways. Or if they work in the suburbs, they have significantly less traffic in a reverse commute. Most of the region's major attractions, private schools, universities, hospitals, museums and cultural centers are located in the city. Restaurants, shops and services are much closer to residential areas in the city, which significantly lessens the need to drive. Dining and nightlife options are more diverse. A wide variety of housing types is available. Neighborhoods close to the water - such as Inner Harbor, Canton, Fells Point, Federal Hill, Butchers Hill and Patterson Park - have mostly row houses, condos and apartments. Northern neighborhoods such as Roland Park, Mayfield, Beverly Hills and Mount Washington have a range of styles of freestanding homes with yards. City residents are closer to more options in public transportation. If you are looking to Buy or Sell a Home in Baltimore City, Robert B. McArtor, and the Maryland HOMES Team can help you with your questions. Just call us today, toll free, 1-877-421-SOLD

Cons: Homes tend to be smaller and older and often without yards. Parking is more of a problem in some city neighborhoods. In the areas dominated by row houses, most homes don't have off-street parking and those that do cost more. Crime and poverty rates are higher in Baltimore City. Municipal services can be less reliable. Many city public schools are among the lowest performing in state.

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