Relocate to the Balto metro area

Relocating to the Baltimore metro area? I’ll bet you’ve got questions!  Call or schedule a Zoom and we’ll get you off to a great start!

Moving to Maryland?  You'll love these maps and tools

When you’re relocating to Maryland, or even between Maryland’s counties, it’s really helpful to have the right maps for your home search.  These maps are great for when you’ll be looking for a home, but don’t know where to start.

Start your relocation housing search by choosing local zip codes

Online real estate search sites often require you to search homes by zip code, but how do you know what they are? Use this map – just choose a major city in Maryland, then zoom and drag to where you plan to relocate. You’ll find the zip codes in your home search areas, which will make it much easier for you to choose areas you might want to live.

If you're moving from out of the area, an old fashioned road map is a big help

Home buyers relocating from out of the area often just need to get an overview of the size and layout of a county, including major highways and roads. Use these maps to find out what areas are close to work, and discover nearby areas to add to your home search. They’re even printable!

Baltimore County

Baltimore City

Harford County

Howard County

Carroll County

Anne Arundel County

Maps for Relocation to Baltimore City 

Are you relocating to work for one of Maryland’s largest city based employers, Johns Hopkins or University of Maryland Medical systems? There are many home buyer grants to benefit you. Just email me, and I’ll hook you up with info and maps of the grant areas.

My clients moving to Baltimore for work at Johns Hopkins often ask me about transportation, as it can make a busy intern’s life much easier! Sometimes we even begin a home search with the Hopkins Shuttle route in mind.

University of Maryland Medical System offers options as well, and employees moving to Baltimore can access the map here.

Many relocate to Baltimore to work for large employers like Under Armour, Laureate Education or Fitchco for example, and want to know more about housing options in Baltimore City. Use this map to explore more than 250 Baltimore City neighborhoods by neighborhood name or geography.

Helpful maps for employees moving to Baltimore County

Towson is home to several major employers, from Stanley Black and Decker to St. Josephs’ hospital, Greater Baltimore Medical, and Towson University.  Towson has a free shuttle, great for hopping from home to work or play in the immediate area.

Many people relocate to work for T. Rowe Price, Lockheed Martin or the Social Security Administration on the west side of Baltimore County, and many more relocate to North Baltimore County to work for McCormick & Co., Kelly Services or Tessco, among others.  The light rail can get you there! 

If you’d like to consider your home search area based on public transportation options, you can use the Maryland Department of Transportation Trip Planner Map

Crime Maps

The relocation home buyers I work with want to know that they are moving to a safe area. While there are various websites with information, the best place to go is always the source. Here are maps straight from Baltimore metro area county police departments.

Howard County

Baltimore City

Carroll County

Baltimore County

Harford County

Anne Arundel County


Search homes for sale in each county - these maps are a great way to learn about the price ranges you'll find in each area

The perfect search tool for home buyers relocating to Maryland

Want to see price ranges and house styles in any area? You can get a great real estate overview by using my website map search. Just zoom and drag to see homes for sale in any area. The neighborhood names are included on the map, as well, so you’ll know exactly where you are.

Questions about moving to Maryland?

I’m happy to answer your questions about moving to Maryland.

I can suggest neighborhoods that might suit your needs, point you to good info on schools, discuss local financing options, and more.  Just ask!

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