You may want to take a step back and think about the impact of your decision in the future as well as in the present. There's a distinction between residency and domicile that impacts taxes paid by your estate (at least in the DC metro area which includes MD & VA) when that time comes and that impacts the ease (or lack thereof) and cost of transferring ownership to your heirs/executor of your estate. You can reside in one place most of the time while being domiciled in another.
Government entities (ex: tax authorities), your lender et al become aware of your change in residence when you change your address on your drivers license, voter registration and the Postal service.
Realtor, DC, MD & VA