Baltimore is huge city with many diverse neighborhoods to invest in or make as your home. A gay realtor Baltimore can help you find the area that is best for your lifestyle as well as give you expert advice about where to find affordable homes.
It is the largest city in the state of Maryland and is located partly on the Patapsco River that is an arm of the Chesapeake Bay. This picturesque place was once a thriving harbour but now has a thriving service – based economy.
As is true in many big cities the most popular neighborhoods are the most expensive. Canton Park, which is a historical neighborhood near Fort Henry is one of the most expensive with homes averaging at $165K and upwards. There are several areas in the northwest suburbs of Baltimore that are also that pricey, especially as you head towards the small town of Pikesville that is near the Liberty Reservoir and Patapsco Valley State Park. Downtown Baltimore, with its historic architecture and many attraction also has real estate that is in the $147K and upwards area.
In the last quarter of 2012 the average listing price of a house has gone up 2% and the median price is still a quite affordable $160,000. The “mover and shaker” neighborhoods that are very affordable are Carroll Park where an average listing price is only $32,050 with a 53.1% drop in prices. The neighborhoods of Saint Helena and Ridgely’s Delight have also dropped in value with average property prices going from between 179,000 to $196,833. Ridgley’s Delight is on the gay realtor Baltimore top list of neighborhoods to reside in because of its proximity to the Inner Harbor of the city and it’s strip of restaurants, cafes and art galleries.
One area of the city that has experienced an incredible rise in housing prices is the well-heeled area of Sabina Mattfeldt where the average listing price of a house is $2,638,625 and the market has experienced an incredible rise in house values in the last quarter of 2012. This is a very progressive area in the northern area of the city that is near John Hopkins University, several parkways, expressways and shopping. The houses are prized because they tend to be located mainly on large wooden lots.
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