Moving or Relocating to Baltimore County, MD?
Let me answer your questions about the Baltimore county real estate market and give you the insight you need to make a good decision about buying a home. I can help you move to Baltimore County and advise on community and school info. I am a licensed Maryland Realtor who specializes in relocation.
• View Our Relocation Services
• Request Help
• Search for Baltimore County Homes
• Have a question or need to relocate immediately? Fill out an info request
or call Marina Brockmann- 410-227-5005.
All About Baltimore County, MD
Baltimore county is a diverse area with over 778,000 inhabitants. The county includes suburban, rural countryside and waterfront homes and marinas. Ideally situated with easy access to the Baltimore Beltway (695) and Interstate 95, it provides for easy commuting to Baltimore City, Hunt Valley, Aberdeen, or even Philadelphia and Washington.
Your personal Maryland Relocation Expert is at your service to help answer questions and guide you throughout the relocation process. Contact me now.
Visit Baltimore County Website
View the Official Baltimore County Website
Towns in Baltimore County, MD
Catonsville, Md– Offical Website
Catonsville is located in the southwestern side of the County and is a 15 minutes drive to Baltimore City, 50 minutes to Washington and ten minutes to Thurgood Marshall/BWI airport. Hospitals such as St. Agnes and schools including UMBC (University of Maryland at Baltimore County) and Catonsville Community College and bordering on the Patapsco Valley State Park make this an ideal destination.
Cockeysville/Hunt Valley – Offical Website
With over 20,000 residents it is located off of I-83 (Harrisburg Expressway) and is headquarters to McCormick & Company (spice makers) AAI transportation, Dunbar, TESSCO Technologies and KCI technologies. A major shopping attraction is the Hunt Valley Towne Center. Median home sale: (Cockeysville/Hunt Valley) $362,500.
Owings Mills is home to around a dozen major shopping centers and numerous office buildings. In the center of Owings Mills is Owings Mills Town Center, an enclosed shopping mall which is surrounded by blocks of townhomes. Owings Mills also holds a huge amount of private schools and many large homes with beautiful yards.
The Owings Mills Town Center is located less than one mile from the end of the line for the Baltimore Metro Subway station. The metro travels towards Baltimore City ending at Johns Hopkins Hospital.