Senior Housing in Maryland
In Maryland, you’re always near the water. Located next to the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland is an ocean state with ample opportunities for boating, sailing, fishing, relaxing by the beach—and eating delicious seafood. It’s easy to find Maryland senior housing near big cities, such as Baltimore or Washington DC, without losing that relaxed, small-town atmosphere.
Living in Maryland isn’t cheap—perhaps because it’s so desirable to live there. Maryland is one of the country’s wealthiest states, and many areas serve as bedroom communities for those who work in Washington DC. Median home prices, especially in areas near to the capitol, are much higher than the national average. However, smaller towns farther away from metropolitan centers tend to be much cheaper—sometimes close to the national average.