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Guide to Annapolis Real Estate

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Moving to Annapolis? Use this quick guide to find a great home in Annapolis and learn facts about the

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If you're considering a move to Annapolis, Maryland or are already a resident who is looking for a new
home, here are some helpful tips to help you find the Annapolis real estate you need.

Facts about Annapolis

Annapolis is the state capital of Maryland and offers a pleasant residential setting within driving distance of
Baltimore and Washington, DC. The city is located in Anne Arrundel County along the Chesapeake Bay.
The population of Annapolis as of 2000 was around 36,000. Annapolis is home to the U.S. Naval Academy,
St. John's College, and the historic Maryland State House.

Local residents enjoy charter fishing, shopping, museums, and a number of theaters and parks. There are
also many fine restaurants, businesses for employment opportunities, and local churches.

The average climate in Annapolis is 55.6 degrees F. In winter, the temperature average is 35.5 degrees F. In
summer, it's 85.2 degrees F. The average home value in Annapolis was $342,500 as of 2005. The median
household income was $57,400 as of 2005. Local industries for employment possibilities include
professional, scientific, technical, construction, food services, health care, public administration, finance,
insurance, educational services, and civic or religious organizations.

Neighborhood Analysis

Before moving to a new city, you should carefully choose possible neighborhoods based on certain criteria.
Search for real estate in neighborhoods where other homes are well kept. Find out if homes have been on the
market recently in that neighborhood and their selling prices. Consider what your home value would be in a
few years if you needed to sell for any reason. Other homes surrounding yours will be a factor in
determining the value.

Before choosing Annapolis MD real estate, use online resources and check with a local real estate agent to
get a profile of each neighborhood. Ask about area school information, crime rate, climate, average income,
and the average ages of residents.

Finding Annapolis MD Homes Online

Whether you already live in Annapolis or live in another town or state, you can take advantage of online
resources to find your dream home. Many Annapolis real estate websites provide a search feature with
which you can search for properties using criteria such as how many bedrooms and baths the home has,
selling price, and you can even search by street address. As you search for homes, you'll be able to see
photos of the homes (inside and out) and read the listing details.

You can also search for homes in neighboring cities such as Arnold MD, Crofton MD, and Columbia MD.
Annapolis homes are only a click away now so you'll save time as you find the right home from your on
personal computer.

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