Moving or Relocating to Howard County, Maryland?

I am a Maryland relocation specialist and can answer your questions, and help you find a new home in Howard County, Md. I am familiar with the Howard County real estate market and can give you the insight you need to make a good decision about buying a home. I can advise on the community, school, child care and more. I am a licensed Howard County, Maryland Realtor who specializes in relocation. Learn about Marina Brockmann and how she can help you.

Move to Howard County, MD with the help of a realtor.

Move to Howard County, MD
Howard County is located between Washington and Baltimore. It provides a great mix of historic mill towns, like Ellicott City, to the prize-winning planned community of Columbia. People want to move to Howard County because it is frequently cited for its affluence, quality of life, and excellent schools. You will find every nationality and race living here and together the people form an amazing community.

Located in the central of Maryland it’s convenient to explore both the rural and urban settings nearby. Whether you’re attending a special event, going on a shopping spree or indulging in the best cuisine, you’re sure to enjoy the picturesque scenery and freshness of the area.

Howard County’s schools are ranked among the best in the state. Student test scores consistently top the list for all Maryland school districts and has received multiple awards:

“Best American Values” Newsmax Magazine
“Best Place to Live” CNN/Money
“Best Places to Live for Pet Lovers” CNN/Money
“Best Place to Raise a Family” Forbes

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Howard County Home Search
Howard County Public Schools
Howard County Government
Howard County tourism guide
Columbia Association

Where to move in Howard County, Md – A look at the communities

Columbia, Md
You may want to move to Columbia because it is the nation’s most successful planned community! Created in 1962 on 14,000 acres it has ten separate villages, many with walking paths or parks. Columbia is in Howard County and is one of the best places to live in Maryland. The entire community is in close proximity to a huge selection of restaurants, places to shop and cultural delights. Columbia also holds a beautiful, upscale mall which is very much alive. Merriweather Post Pavillion offers a diverse range of artists and events. Many families and young professionals live in Columbia and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Columbia are highly rated.

A 30 minute commute to Baltimore or a 45 minute drive to Washington makes it a central location and includes ample public transportation options.

One local says ” The city is absolutely gorgeous. There is many options of places to dine at, activities to kids and parks/ paths to walk around. It is situated in the Howard County Public School System, which is the best public schools in the entire states, and your children will receive an excellent education. This city gives you the vibes of a city life without being overcrowded and dirty. Overall, Columbia is one of the best towns to consider moving to!”

Ellicott City, Md – official website
Ellicott City sits at the juncture of Anne Arundel, Baltimore and Howard Counties and borders the Patapsco River. Ellicott City is the County seat for Howard County. Founded in the late 1700’s it has 56,300 residents and a historic downtown with historic sites, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum, a quaint main street with a wonderful array of restaurants, antique shops and boutiques.

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Elkridge Md – Howard Co website
Elkridge, Md is good for commuting. It is convenient to 95/100, major highways and both Baltimore and Washington D.C as well as BWI and Thurgood Marshall Airports. Nationally recognized  for its 200 miles of trails and more than 16,000 acres of beautiful scenery it contains Patapsco State Park offers visitors space for fishing, camping, canoeing, horseback riding, and more. You are close to many restaurants, groceries (small and large chains: moms, Costco, TJ, Wegman’s, Wholefood) in Columbia/Ellicott City. Median income is $100,000

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“I accepted a position with a law firm in Baltimore City, Maryland in December and needed to find a trustworthy realtor to assist me and my family with our move. We needed to sell our home in Delaware and find a home near Baltimore City that would accommodate two generations, my husband and me and our son and his wife. Read More…

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