Known the world over for its delectable blue crab and local attractions like the National Aquarium, Baltimore is much more than simply a satellite city of Washington D.C. With a unique culture all its own, an enviable deep-water port to attract business, and a rich history, the city has drawn many new residents in recent years. Whether your preference is a colonial-era row house in the Inner Harbor area, or a new home in the suburbs, Baltimore is an excellent place to buy a home.
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Baltimore is the largest of the only three U.S. cities that exist independent of a county. Because of this fact, there is a significant disparity between Baltimore the city, and the surrounding Baltimore County. Understanding this distinction may be of importance when looking for a home to purchase in the area, depending on what your criteria are. Regardless of where you purchase your home, you will have access to all that the area has to offer. Culturally, the city is known as the home of Francis Scott Key and the birthplace of the U.S. National Anthem. It is also the home of cult film director John Waters and the American Visionary Art Museum. The landscape of the city features several other noteworthy museums, the aforementioned aquarium, a thriving opera, symphony, and theater scene, as well as the Ravens of the National Football League, the Orioles of Major League Baseball, and several college and minor league sports franchises, each with their own legendary fan base. Baltimore boasts several excellent research universities and colleges as well, including Johns Hopkins, Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore International College, among others. The local economy is currently primarily driven by the service sector, but with a tech boom well underway, the lasting effects of Baltimore's deindustrialization may be coming to a close.
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