Baltimore, MD Real Estate
Baltimore, Maryland is located in Baltimore city. Nearby cities and towns include Baltimore Highlands, Lansdowne, Rosedale, Towson, Arbutus, Parkville, Brooklyn Park, Overlea, Lochearn, Dundalk, Woodlawn, Pikesville, Linthicum, Catonsville, Lutherville, Hampton, Rossville, Carney, Milford Mill, Ferndale, Mays Chapel, Essex, Timonium, Garrison, White Marsh, Middle River, Perry Hall, Edgemere, Ilchester, Elkridge, Glen Burnie, Randallstown, Riviera Beach, Pasadena, Cockeysville, Owings Mills, Ellicott City, Bowleys Quarters, Severn, Jessup, Kingsville, Reisterstown, Columbia, Gambrills, Lake Shore, Severna Park, Fort Meade, Savage, Joppatowne, Arden on the Severn, North Laurel, Pleasant Hills, Odenton, Maryland City, Herald Harbor, Fallston, Scaggsville, Edgewood, Eldersburg, Fulton, Arnold, Sykesville, Laurel, Crownsville, West Laurel, Highland, Cape St. Claire, Crofton, Bel Air South, South Laurel, Bel Air, Tolchester, Bel Air North, Burtonsville, Jarrettsville, Konterra, Parole, Georgetown, Rock Hall, Riverside, Naval Academy, Ashton-Sandy Spring, Spencerville, Fairland, Perryman, Annapolis, Edesville, Hampstead, Glenn Dale, Beltsville, Cloverly, Fairlee, and Calverton. Baltimore is an urban community with a population of 615,410. The median household income is $40,366. In Baltimore, 27% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 29% of the households. Half the population of Baltimore commutes 24 minutes or less to work, with 72% of residents holding white collar jobs and 28% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Baltimore, MD is 53 years, with 40% of those homes owned, 48% rented, and 12% not occupied. In the previous year, 6223 Baltimore properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Baltimore in the previous year was $158,643.