I can tell you that the closer to Washington, DC you are, the higher the prices are. We live north of Baltimore in Bel Air. The market here is a good buyer's market and buyers are getting some great deals right now. My husband commutes about 20 minutes daily to his office in the White Marsh area. I work in both Harford & Baltimore Counties, so it would be my pleasure to assist you with finding your way! Maryland is a busy state and there is a lot going on. There are a lot of opportunities for IT professionals here. BRAC (Base realignment) is taking place in this state. Two of our major bases are adding a ton of jobs. Fort Meade & Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Give me a call and I can help you if you are interested. 443-243-1832 or email me at email@example.com.
I-270 Corridor has absorbed significant growth over the past several decades while retaining an enviable quality of life for all people living around it.
Montgomery County should be the first place to look. ..all the way to exit #16 on I-270 Germantown exit
That's right. .it is 16 miles away from the Beltway. .
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The I270 corridor which is Montgomery County MD, mostly Rockville, Gaithersburg, Germantown & Clarksburg has many IT companies as well as many companies like Lockhead Martin that have large IT departments. As well as having NIH & many other Government institutions here, there are a plethora of IT jobs, especially since that is a specialized field. Regarding housing prices, there are certainly quite a large amount of options that You will find in the 300K-400K price range. Everything upto 4 bedroom almost new homes or new condominiums. Most of the buyers & sellers I work with are in your same price range & in the same areas that I am mentioning & they are finding homes that are exceeding their expectations. Should You have any questions, please feel free to call (888.540.5674) or e-mail me anytime.
Hope that helps.
Good Luck on your search!
Bill Wootan - Leader of Team One at Century 21 H T Brown Real Estate, Inc.
There are many diiferent great places to live in Maryland!
Without having some idea of where you're going to be working, it's difficult to really answer your question.
What kind of commute are you interested in?