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Living in Charles County

Charles County is a county in Maryland, and is part of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria Metropolitan Statistical Area. Many Charles County properties are on the National Register of Historic Places, including the historical Pleasant Hill, home of the Spalding and Green Families, and the...

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Living in Howard County

Looking to move to Howard County, MD? Below is everything you need to know about Howard County. Howard County is a county in Maryland, named after Colonel John Eager Howard, one of the officers in the Continental Army’s “Maryland Line”...

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Living in Montgomery County

Montgomery County is a county in Maryland, and is a part of the DC Metro Area. Most of the county residents live in unincorporated locales, of which Silver Spring and Bethesda are the most built up. The incorporated cities of Gaithersburg and...

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Living in Baltimore County

Baltimore County is a county in Maryland, and one of the 3 most populous counties in the state. The county seat is in the north-central section, in Towson, just north of the adjacent city of Baltimore. It is part of...

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Living in Arlington County

Arlington County is a county located in Northern Virginia, directly across from Washington, D.C. on the south bank of the Potomac River. It’s bordered by Falls Church and Fairfax County to the northwest, southwest, and west, and to the southeast is...

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Moving from Virginia into D.C.

People who are tired of living in a rural-like state or the suburbs may consider moving from Virginia to DC. Below is everything you need to know to help you decide whether or not to make the move. Traffic If...

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Living in Washington, D.C.

Those who live in the DMV area often have opportunities to visit D.C., but actually living there is quite different from just visiting. Here’s some basic information on things to do in D.C. and what you should know about living in...

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Living in Calvert County

If you’re looking to move to Calvert County, below is all you’ll need to know when considering finding a home in this medium-sized town. Calvert County is a county in Maryland, and Prince Frederick is the county seat. Photo Credits: co.cal.md.us The...

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Moving from D.C. to Maryland

There are perks to living in Washington, D.C., but if you want a change of scenery, you might consider moving to Maryland. Below are some of the reasons why Maryland might be a good fit for you.   Activities Traveling from Maryland...

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Living in Anne Arundel County

Anne Arundel County is a large county in Maryland that is named after Lady Anne Arundel, a member of the ancient Arundel family, and Cecilius Calvert’s wife. Annapolis is a part of the county, which means there are always fun things...