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Maryland's geography ranges from looming mountains to lolling beaches, and it is decorated by homes that are as diverse as the land. Those seeking to purchase foreclosed properties have no shortage of options. Recently built three-bedroom townhouses are available at bargain prices. Newly vacated mansions offer ample space both indoors and outdoors, while smaller ranch-style houses hold excellent rehabilitation potential.

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Maryland holds many options for recreation, from metropolitan sightseeing to outdoor fun. The eastern portion of the state is peppered with inlets from the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, so sailing and fishing are prevalent pastimes. A popular catch is the Maryland blue crab, one of the hallmarks of the state. The western portion of Maryland is more mountainous and wooded, making it conducive to activities like hiking, hunting, skiing and rock climbing. Cities like Baltimore, Bethesda, and Annapolis offer unique cultural, dining and shopping experiences. Sports are also a popular activity for Marylanders. Many residents are enthusiastic supporters of Maryland's professional sports organizations. Jousting is Maryland's official state sport, but, perhaps unsurprisingly, it is not commonly practiced. The slightly less medieval sport of lacrosse is Maryland's official team sport, and it is extremely popular in the area.