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  • Capital City: Annapolis
  • Bordering states: Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia
  • Bird: Baltimore Oriole
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Maryland - The "Old Line State"

Known as the “Free State,” Maryland has it all - the beautiful coastline of the Chesapeake Bay, the fabulous Eastern Shore, the majestic Allegheny Mountains, the rolling farmlands of central Maryland, and the hustle and bustle of metropolitan Baltimore and Annapolis. The state is even the birthplace of “The Star-Spangled Banner”!

With so much to offer, it’s no wonder we have over 125 real estate offices based in Maryland alone. Many of our listings are concentrated in the eastern part near Washington, D.C., but we have plenty across this great state. So whether you prefer spectacular mountain views or serene seaside living, we can help you find the Maryland home of your dreams.

If you are interested in Maryland real estate or homes for sale in Maryland, search here for our comprehensive Maryland real estate listings. You can also visit our Maryland Housing Market Conditions Reports for more detailed information about living, renting, and owning in this diverse, vibrant state.

Remember, we also offer real estate services beyond the Mid-Atlantic region! Let us help you relocate to any part of the United States.

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Baltimore Real Estate

With more than 30 sales offices conveniently located around Baltimore, Long & Foster has a very strong presence in this growing region. Our strong reputation for integrity and professionalism is well-known in Baltimore. Stop by one of our 30+ offices today and tell us how we can help you find a new home in Baltimore.

Baltimore is truly an American success story. Since the redevelopment of the Inner Harbor in the late 1970s, Baltimore has set the standard for urban renewal and is now a major travel destination welcoming nearly 13 million business and leisure visitors each year. It is also an ideal place to live and thousands of families interested in a high quality of life and a fine place to raise a family come to Baltimore every year.

Baltimore is the 12th largest city in the United States and is named "Charm City" for its residents’ well-established concern for quality of life in this vibrant city. Long considered a southern town, Baltimore owed much of its early growth and prosperity to its desirable location. It lay farther west than any other major Atlantic port, endearing its harbor to shippers. Baltimore now ranks fifth among United States ports, with major railways and trucking lines carrying cargoes to and from docks at Canton Bay and Curtis Bay, as well as raw materials to the city's many factories.

The crown jewel of Baltimore is the Inner Harbor, a scenic and popular waterfront area with dozens of retail stores, restaurants and attractions. Since the 1600s, the Inner Harbor has been welcoming people, ships and goods from all over the world.

Baltimore plays host to several festivals and events year-round. One of its major tourist attractions is the Preakness, a segment of the horse racing Triple Crown. This event takes place in May and draws a huge crowd. The city holds many waterfront and neighborhood festivals during the summer as well, including Artscape, a three-day event honoring the arts.

Baltimore's economy and cultural life, in addition to its geography, influenced its local development. Baltimoreans tend to have roots in clearly identified neighborhoods, and this sense of local identification has helped counter the alienation associated with modern city life.

Baltimore’s growth is continuing unabated in the 21st century. Development is moving both east and west of the Inner Harbor with more projects on the way.

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Homes in Southern Maryland
Long & Foster’s outstanding reputation for integrity and financial strength goes a long way, and Southern Maryland is no exception. We have more than 10 sales offices in Southern Maryland. So Long & Foster is THE real estate firm to rely on in this lovely, peaceful region of the Free State.
Southern Maryland is where Maryland's history began in 1634 when 140 brave colonists established the fourth permanent settlement in British North America. As time passed, native woodland trails gave way to the rolling roads of tobacco plantations, and square-riggers gave way to steamboats and skipjacks. Today, Southern Maryland's unique past is richly preserved in its numerous historic sites, museums, and rural scenic byways.
Beyond history, Southern Maryland is a natural wonderland, with fossil-filled cliffs and sculpted sandy beaches, lighthouses standing watch over limitless waters and an American Heritage River teeming with largemouth and striped bass. There are great opportunities await for boating, hiking, biking and sampling the bounty of land and sea.
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Western Maryland Real Estate
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Western Maryland Real Estate
Long & Foster’s primary presence in Maryland is in the east, but we have a strong, growing business in Western Maryland too. We now have four sales offices in this thriving region. After all, many people who used to buy homes near D.C. are coming west to find a more peaceful climate and lower prices. If you’re looking for real estate expertise in Western Maryland, please stop by a Long & Foster sales office.
Western Maryland is a rolling, scenic wonder of green hills, valleys, and lush fields of tall grass. Western Maryland extends approximately from Frederick and Hagerstown to the far west end of the state between Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Virginia. Excellent access is provided by scenic I-68 and I-70.
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Homes in Eastern Shore
With seven sales offices in this lovely area, Long & Foster is the dominant real estate firm around the Eastern Shore. Our outstanding corporate reputation is a big part of that. When people want to buy a home in Eastern Shore, they turn to Long & Foster.
Maryland and Delaware’s Eastern Shore is the northern half of the 100 mile Delmarva Peninsula separating the Chesapeake Bay from the Atlantic Ocean, due east from Washington, D.C.
Nestled between the Chesapeake Bay in the west and Delaware and the Atlantic Ocean in the east, the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Delaware is strongly influenced by the water surrounding it. Lovely beaches, fresh seafood, boating, fishing and wildlife watching are all things to be enjoyed by visitors and residents alike.
The Eastern Shore features hundreds of miles of Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay shoreline that provide a wealth of recreational opportunities for beach-lovers, fishermen, and boaters.
Outdoor activities abound at the Eastern Shore. You can roam miles of unspoiled beaches, spend a few quiet hours saltwater fishing, camp for the night in natural settings, or observe a wide variety of wildlife at one of the Eastern Shore’s many parks. For the less outdoorsy, plenty of shopping can be found in the Shore’s wide selection of quaint towns and charming historic districts.
One of the Eastern Shore’s biggest attractions is Ocean City, Maryland. With 10 miles of lovely sandy beaches and beautiful views of both ocean and bay waters, Ocean City is a wonderful place for vacations or to call home.
Ocean City was founded in 1875 as a small fishing village. Over the last century, it has made a gradual transformation into one of the most popular vacation destinations on the East Coast. Over the years, many families have become part of the Ocean City tradition, coming back year after year just as their parents and grandparents before.
Ocean City is a year-round resort celebrating events and festivals all throughout the calendar. Water sports and fishing have always been popular attractions, with hundreds of square miles of water to enjoy. Visit the newly renovated world-famous, three-mile Boardwalk and browse the many shops and sample the foods in the eateries along the way. Exciting amusement rides are there as well for the enjoyment of kids of all ages.
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Washington D.C. Suburbs Real Estate
Long & Foster has a strong presence in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C., with approximately 20 sales offices conveniently located around the region. This is a high growth area with rising property values, so Long & Foster sells a great deal of homes here. You can look to Long & Foster to help you buy your home in this great part of the D.C. metro area.
The D.C. suburbs in Maryland are one of the most rapidly growing parts of the country, with tremendous growth occurring in Montgomery Country in particular. This means that the property values of the Maryland – D.C. suburbs are rapidly increasing, making it a good place to raise a family.
Because these suburbs are located northwest of nearby Washington, D.C., there are many government agencies here. These include the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National Institutes of Health and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Bethesda is also home to the 150-year-old National Library of Medicine, the largest medical library in the world.
The D.C. suburbs in Maryland have one of the highest median incomes in the nation, an outstanding public school system that graduates more than 90 percent of students on time, and plenty of good job opportunities in government, computer technology, and many other private enterprises.
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