Dundalk, MD Real Estate
Dundalk, Maryland is located in Baltimore County. Nearby cities and towns include Essex, Edgemere, Rosedale, Middle River, Rossville, Overlea, Baltimore, Bowleys Quarters, Brooklyn Park, Riviera Beach, Baltimore Highlands, White Marsh, Parkville, Pasadena, Ferndale, Lansdowne, Carney, Perry Hall, Linthicum, Glen Burnie, Arbutus, Towson, Hampton, Lake Shore, Lutherville, Joppatowne, Kingsville, Catonsville, Severna Park, Lochearn, Timonium, Pikesville, Woodlawn, Mays Chapel, Severn, Elkridge, Tolchester, Gambrills, Ilchester, Arden on the Severn, Edgewood, Milford Mill, Arnold, Herald Harbor, Pleasant Hills, Cape St. Claire, Cockeysville, Garrison, Georgetown, Rock Hall, Jessup, Fort Meade, Edesville, Odenton, Randallstown, Crownsville, Ellicott City, Fairlee, Fallston, Owings Mills, Bel Air South, Savage, Naval Academy, Bel Air, Columbia, Parole, Riverside, Crofton, Maryland City, Perryman, North Laurel, Bel Air North, Annapolis, Reisterstown, Butlertown, Worton, Scaggsville, Stevensville, Annapolis Neck, Laurel, Jarrettsville, Chestertown, Riva, Edgewater, Highland Beach, South Laurel, West Laurel, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Betterton, Fulton, Chester, Aberdeen, and Kingstown. Dundalk is an urban community with a population of 63,989. The median household income is $47,593. In Dundalk, 42% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 33% of the households. Half the population of Dundalk commutes 21 minutes or less to work, with 70% of residents holding white collar jobs and 30% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Dundalk, MD is 47 years, with 63% of those homes owned, 30% rented, and 7% not occupied. In the previous year, 675 Dundalk properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Dundalk in the previous year was $114,567.