Bay View Maryland

Boutique-Level Service in Maryland

Bay View Realty’s Maryland office is located in historic downtown Baltimore. This location allows the Bay View team to serve clients throughout central Maryland, including the DC area. Our diverse staff knows Maryland, its people, culture and neighborhoods.

BVR Maryland Listings

7229 Waldman Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21219

7229 Waldman Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21219

Price: $309,000
Beds: 3 | Baths: 2

717 Md Rt 3 N, Gambrills, MD 21054

717 Md Rt 3 N, Gambrills, MD 21054

Price: $650,000
Beds: 3 | Baths: 3

7225 Bay Front Rd, Sparrows Pt, MD 21219

7225 Bay Front Rd, Sparrows Pt, MD 21219

Price: $800,000
9.11 acre lot

3427 E Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21224

3427 E Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21224

Price: $149,000
Beds: 3 | Baths: 3

Maryland

Maryland is a diverse, vibrant state that can, in many ways, be said to represent much of the geographic, demographic and commercial aspects of the U.S. as a whole. Located in the United States, within the famed North Eastern Corridor that stretches from Boston to Washington, DC, lays the state of Maryland. Since its founding, the state has leveraged its location, beautiful geography, citizens and infrastructure to become a force for residents and investors alike.

Located just north of Washington, DC, and bordered by the states of Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia, Maryland entered the Union in 1788 as the 7th state admitted. Maryland currently has a population of almost 5.8 million people, populating a land mass of 9,844 square miles, with 7,719 miles of shoreline (4,600 along the world-famous Chesapeake Bay). Maryland’s diverse geography also includes mountainous rural areas (highest point 3,360 feet) and beautiful beaches and resorts along the Atlantic Ocean.

Anchored by its largest city, Baltimore (population of approximately 620 thousand individuals), as well as the technology- and services- focused Howard and Montgomery counties, Maryland also enjoys the job and investment opportunities afforded by its proximity to Washington DC.

Maryland enjoys special notoriety for its industry concentrations in aerospace and defense, education and research, health and life sciences, financial and professional services and information and technology.

It’s diverse and strong business and tax base have led to the following key accomplishments:

  • Top five states in the USA for economic growth, job creation and innovation (US Camber)
  • One of the next states…best positioned to grow, create jobs, and prosper in the coming five years (US Chamber)
  • AAA bond rating (Standard and Poor’s, Moody’s, Fitch)
  • Gross state product of $295,304,000, ranking 15th (Statefacts.com)
  • #1 state education system (Economic Alliance)
  • #2 US hospital (Economic Alliance)
  • #1 up-and-coming university (Economic Alliance)
  • Median household income of $70,647 versus US average of $51,914 (US Census Bureau)
  • Per-capita money income of $34,849 versus US average of 27,334 (US Census Bureau)

Maryland has a long history and what appears to be a very strong future for its citizens, businesses and investors. It is also a great place to live, work and play.  From the Atlantic Ocean to the mountains of Western Maryland, the state, combined with its rich history and diverse population, offers a wonderful opportunity to raise a family, be close to business and government employment centers and to invest and settle for immigrants and citizens of other countries.

Culture and History

The state of Maryland offers an abundance of history, culture and experiences available to all.

Affordability

Maryland has a rich diversity of property types and values, with price-points to meet both the owner occupant and investor.

Strong Business and Employment

As part of the dynamic Baltimore-Washington corridor, Maryland has an abundance of private and public-sector employers.

Maryland Neighborhoods

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