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The Fredeking Barton TeamPrudential Homesale YWGC Realty1425 Clarkview RoadBaltimore, Maryland 21209410.583.0400 Office
The Fredeking Barton Team
Welcome to the Metropolitan Baltimore region, a progressive urban area that stands at the crossroads of the North and the South to offer the best of all worlds. Baltimore and its surrounding Counties have long been known for its blend of genteel sensibility with a blue-collar dedication to hard work. Newcomers will find a colorful and diverse cultural mix reflected in the pleasing spectrum of settings and lifestyles all of which are enhanced by its world-class amenities and services.
Enjoying an ideal location midway along the Atlantic Coast, Marylands leading port of trade and industry is closely aligned geographically with our nations capital city. In fact, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget even merged the Baltimore Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and the Washington, D.C., MSA. The two form the Washington/Baltimore Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area (CMSA), a vast and densely populated region stretching from Northern Virginia through most of Maryland to the Pennsylvania border.
With a population nearing 7.5 million, the Washington/Baltimore CMSA represents one of the nations largest markets. It also ranks among the highest in the nation for median household income in major metro areas. A large percentage of Marylands highly qualified, well-educated workforce is employed by government agencies or in high-tech service industries. These sectors, along with revitalized manufac-turing and international trade, are critical drivers for the states economy. Major transportation resources serving the area include the Port of Baltimore, three major airports, and an efficient network of high-speed highways.
At the forefront of medical technology, the healthcare system in Maryland ensures quality, cost-effective treatment and easy access to state-of-the-art services and facilities. General and acute-care hospitals combine with medical centers and centers of excellence throughout the region. Most communities also provide resources that meet routine and emergency needs just around the corner from home. Some of the medical and research institutions in this area are ranked among the worlds finest and enjoy an international reputation. Among the Metropolitan Baltimore facilities that are consistently recognized and acclaimed are The Johns Hopkins Hospital and University Shock Trauma Unit, Baltimore Regional Burn Center, the Hand Rehabilitation Unit at Union Memorial Hospital, and the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.
Maryland takes great pride in its public and private schools, boasting school districts that rank among the nations highest in college-board test results and per-pupil expenditures. Programs for talented and gifted students complement those for the challenged to ensure that every individual has an opportunity to reach his or her full potential. Some of Metropolitan Baltimores more prominent colleges and universi-ties include Johns Hopkins University, the University of Maryland, Towson State University, Loyola College, Goucher College, the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, and Western Maryland College.
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Real SuppoRt, Real SolutionS, local pReSence, nationWide capabilitieS Prudential Homesale YWGC Realty and the Fredeking Barton team, provides the right combination of service and experience. When transferring families, we have the expertise and capabilities to provide a seamless solution.
We deliver customized transferee services for our clients. Our programs provide quality support and individualized assistance to relocating individuals and their families, the result: the development of a diverse palette of relocation services.
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The Fredeking Barton Team of Relocations Services Include:
pre-Move counseling destination and departure contact the candidate to determine their needs and discuss our services.
area orientation - send information on the communities, schools and state. Arrange for a personalized community and housing tour during the pre-decision visit.
Home Finding Services coordinate the home search process.
Rental assistance including finding rentals that meet the needs of the candidate and their families.
Mortgage counseling introduce the candidate to a mortgage consultant for loan pre-approval and financing.
Marketing assistance assist with the listing, marketing strategy and sale of the candidates home.
temporary Housing arrange for temporary housing (furnished rentals)that is suited to the needs of the candidate.
title Services full-service title company specializing in residential settlements.
Shipment of Household Goods van line assistance.
insurance offer home, car and life insurance programs to meet the candidates needs.
Relocation Guide - Hidden treasuresHeres our list of the top 10 reasons to live in Maryland.
By Alexis Raymond, Special to Baltimoresun.com
To those who dont live in the state, Maryland is just a place to go eat crab cakes or visit historical sites like the Naval Academy or Antietam. But theres also a hidden Marylandthe facets of life in this tiny mid-At-lantic state that arent so familiar. For those new to Marylandeither as visitors or as residentsweve un-covered this list of 10 things that make Maryland an interesting place to be.
10. bowling is easier hereFrankly, its no picnic to lift and roll a 15-pound ball for 10 frames. Not a problem in Maryland, where the most popular form of the sport, duckpin bowling, uses balls that weigh only 3 pounds and measure five inches across. Bowlers even get three chances per frame (instead of two) to make contact and send the short, squat pins flying like ducks. Despite its physical simplicity, duckpin bowling is an oddity outside of the East Coast, and nowhere is it as prevalent as in Maryland, which has more duckpin bowling alleys (31) than any other state, accounting for nearly half of all duckpin bowling alleys in the United States.
9. This is lacrosse centralBoys do it, girls do it, coeds do it and lots of people watch. Were talking about lacrosse, a sport that has entertained Marylanders for decades. The first womens team was established at the Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore in 1926. Johns Hopkins University, Loyola and the University of Maryland have made at least one appearance in the NCAA Division I mens championship game since 1989, and Hopkins netted six titles from 1977 to 1987. Appropriate to the states rich lacrosse tradition, the Lacrosse Museum & National Hall of Fame can be found on the Johns Hopkins University campus, and the Baltimore Bayhawks are one of six professional teams in Major League Lacrosse.
8. our schools are coolWithout even leaving the state, Maryland coeds can spend four years studying the great books they should have read in high school (St. Johns College in Annapolis); play on a championship chess team (University of Maryland, Baltimore County); compete for a literary prize worth more than $60,000 (Washington College in Chestertown); or earn the only masters degree in publications design offered in the United States (University of Baltimore).
7. our rails make great trailsWhat do you do with miles of railroad tracks that arent needed anymore? In Maryland, outdoor enthusiasts and conservation groups ripped them up and converted the flat, linear corridors into recreational trails ideal for biking and walking. The paved, 13-mile Baltimore and Annapolis Trail follows the route of the old B & A Shortline Railroad between Glen Burnie and Annapolis. The Northern Central Railroad Trail is a rural sanctuary that skirts the Gunpowder Falls River for 21 miles from Cockeysville to the Pennsylvania border, where it joins the York County Heritage Trail. The 20-mile Western Maryland Rail Trail near Hancock, west of Hagerstown, curves along the Potomac River. Not built on a rail bed but stupendously flat and scenic enough to merit mentioning, the C&O Canal Trail runs 184.5 miles from Washington, D.C. to Cumberland. Hearty souls who want to bike the whole trail can camp at riverfront sites along the way and refuel in quaint towns like Harpers Ferry and Shepherdstown, W.Va.
6. Wild horses drag us awayTo the beach, anyway. Maryland is home to Assateague Island National Seashore, a remote barrier island where approximately 160 wild ponies roam. Some people believe the horses ancestors swam to the island after the Spanish ship that was carrying them sank offshore in the 1600s. Others say they are descendants of horses that were hidden on the island by 17th century owners trying to avoid fencing and taxation laws. Either way, the horses present a good excuse to visit this isolated, windswept island. Trails lead to interest-ing natural habitats, and the bay and salt marshes are ideal places to canoe and kayak. Many visitors to As-sateague camp right on the beach or bay in campgrounds maintained by the National Park Service. Hearty campers can backpack or paddle to two oceanside or four bayside back country campsites.
5. We like to horse aroundWild ponies may roam in Assateague, but you dont have to travel to the shore to catch a glimpse of horses here. Only three states have the distinction of hosting a jewel in thoroughbred racings Triple Crown, and Maryland is one of them. On the third