Living in Maryland

Anne Arundel County

Over 500,000 residents call Anne Arundel County home. The rich quality of life on the Chesapeake Bay and proximity to Baltimore and Washington, D.C. make this area a great place to live, work and raise a family.


Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland and the center of one of the nation’s 20th-largest metropolitan areas. Along with its surrounding communities, it is home to nearly 2.6 million residents.

Charles County

One of the oldest counties in Maryland and located in the heart of the D.C-Baltimore-Richmond corridor, Charles County has been the hidden gem of Southern Maryland for over 350 years. 

The Eastern Shore

Lush, fertile farmlands, small towns rich with country charm, historic fishing villages, and miles and miles of unspoiled nature and pristine waterways—you won't find an area more beautiful than the five counties that make up the Mid-Eastern Shore—Talbot, Caroline, Dorchester, Kent and Queen Anne's.

Harford County

Situated between Baltimore and Philadelphia, Harford County in northeastern Maryland combines smart development with acres of natural farmland, rolling hills and historic neighborhoods, making it the kind of community where people want to live, work and raise their families.

Howard County

Conveniently located in the heart of central Maryland, between Baltimore and Washington, Howard County offers the charm of a historic past mixed with the excitement of a cosmopolitan community.

Prince George's County

Prince George’s County, also known as P.G. County, is uniquely positioned at the heart of the Washington, DC metropolitan region. 

Tomorrow's living. Here today at UMMS.

Think life "outside of work" should be as rewarding as the work itself? You’ve come to the right place. Our facilities are located in some of the most exciting and desirable locations in the state.

Baltimore Anne Arundel County Howard County Charles County Eastern Shore

There’s a lot to like about living—and working—in Maryland. Outdoor enthusiasts love the incredible variety: sandy beaches, Appalachian hiking trails, even white water rafting. Sports fans, the excitement of our championship professional and college teams. Families…well, they love it all!

UMMS has a network of facilities in Baltimore and surrounding areas, as well as in several cities along the Eastern Shore of Maryland, near the Chesapeake Bay. While each area has its own personality, they’re all a short drive from some of America’s most vibrant cities, including our nation’s capital. It’s an exciting place to make your home.

To learn more about all the advantages the Metropolitan Baltimore region has to offer, visit Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices of Metropolitan Baltimore. To speak to our relocation specialist, please contact Linda K. Fredeking at 410-916-4792, or via email: