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Old 02-13-2012, 05:13 PM
 
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I just received word that I am being transferred to Hunt Valley, MD. Where is the best area to get a place? I am looking to be close to the office - 20 min drive max, yet I would like to be close to things. I am looking to rent an apartment or condo for a year. My budget is $1500 per month on rent. I prefer new apartments or ones that have at least have been renovated recently with some amenities.

I am mid 30's single white male. In the past I have lived outside of Philadelphia (Villanova Area) most of my life. The last 7 years have been in South Florida (Boca Raton area).

Any help, comments, directions are greatly appreciated...thanks!
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Old 02-14-2012, 06:18 AM
 
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What kind of environment do you like - suburban? Urban? You should easily be able to find an apartment in your price range in Baltimore or the Hunt Valley area. You could live right in Hunt Valley. There is a development called High View, which is on a hill above the Hunt Valley Town Center. There is some shopping there, including a Wegman's grocery store, a movie theater, and several restaurants.

You could also live in Baltimore City, perhaps around Canton, Fells Point, or Federal Hill. Your reverse commute would be about 20 minutes up I-83. If you like some nightlife or want to be able to easily meet other people, I suggest one of these neighborhoods.

Best of luck!
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Old 02-20-2012, 08:53 AM
 
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If you are interested in temporary housing while you find an apartment, please contact the Residence Inn by Marriott Hunt Valley. The Residence Inn has everything you will need! Visit [url=http://www.residenceinnhuntvalley.com]Residence Inn Baltimore Hunt Valley: Hunt Valley Extended Stay Hotels[/url] for pictures and more information. You should contact the Sales Department and ask if you company has a negotiated rate. You may even be able to negotiate a rate for one year! I am happy to assist you in any way that I can! Good Luck and congratulations on your new position!
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