I Help Buyers and Sellers in Baltimore's Inner Suburbs

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Real Estate Agent with Century 21, The Real Estate Centre, 410-665-0200 Office 634480

I Help Buyers and Sellers in Baltimore's Inner Suburbs

 

The trend had been to move further and further away from the city.  This led to longer and longer commutes and headaches resulting from heavy congested traffic before one's work day even began.

 

This expansion may have reached its limit and a new contractionary trend may be taking place.

 

Part of this contraction may have started with young people who were already fine with living in the city where there were plenty of jobs, schools, shopping and entertainment opportunities available all within walking or biking distance, or within a short mass transit commute.

 

 However, as the young professionals have started families, they have looked for more space.

 

As those who have gotten tired of long commutes and as the young families started to look for alternatives to their current living, they have come upon the inner suburbs.

 

In the Greater Baltimore area, the inner suburbs are generally outside of the city limits but within the boundaries of the Beltway (I-695).  These include neighborhoods such as Pikesville, Towson, Parkville, Fullerton, and Rosedale.

 

The inner suburbs provide a wide range of housing from condos and apartments to townhouses and detached homes.  The homes come in various sizes and are affordable to numerous income levels. The schools are good, jobs are aplenty, and shopping and entertainment are nearby and everything is easily accessible.

 

If you are buying or selling in the inner suburbs of Baltimore, then feel free to call Ron Trzcinski at 410-935-5844 to guide you through the process.

 

The trend had been to move further and further away from the city.  This led to longer and longer commutes and headaches resulting from heavy congested traffic before one's work day even began.

 

This expansion may have reached its limit and a new contractionary trend may be taking place.

 

Part of this contraction may have started with young people who were already fine with living in the city where there were plenty of jobs, schools, shopping and entertainment opportunities available all within walking or biking distance, or within a short mass transit commute.

 

 However, as the young professionals have started families, they have looked for more space.

 

As those who have gotten tired of long commutes and as the young families started to look for alternatives to their current living, they have come upon the inner suburbs.

 

In the Greater Baltimore area, the inner suburbs are generally outside of the city limits but within the boundaries of the Beltway (I-695).  These include neighborhoods such as Pikesville, Towson, Parkville, Fullerton, and Rosedale.

 

The inner suburbs provide a wide range of housing from condos and apartments to townhouses and detached homes.  The homes come in various sizes and are affordable to numerous income levels. The schools are good, jobs are aplenty, and shopping and entertainment are nearby and everything is easily accessible.

 

If you are buying or selling in the inner suburbs of Baltimore, then feel free to call Ron Trzcinski at 410-935-5844 to guide you through the process.

 


 

Comments (2)

Kathryn Sparks
Zenith Realty - Baltimore, MD

Ron,

It makes sense to live where things are conveniently nearby instead of miles away.

Apr 08, 2018 11:47 AM
Karen Krzniak
Zenith Realty - Towson, MD

Ron,

The inner suburbs do indeed have homes in all price categories.  There are some that are under $100,000 and others that are over $1,000,000.

Apr 08, 2018 11:49 AM