Baltimore is the city of charm – and the houses in the city are, appropriately, quite charming. As the real estate market continues to do well through the start of spring and the warm weather to come, here are a few of the hottest neighborhoods in Baltimore right now. On the whole, real estate experts are anticipating a 1.4% increase in value in 2013.
We kid you not, hon, Hampden is hip and happening. With a young crowd and lots of flourishing, independent businesses, it’s a good place to be. Not only that, but the value of the homes is expected to increase by 4.2% over the next year.
Originally known as “Snake Hill” when it was established in 1866, Highlandtown is traditionally a diverse, blue collar town, currently undergoing a revitalization. Value of homes in this neighborhood of Baltimore are predicted to increase by 4.1% before the start of 2014.
We group the words “Baltimore” and “Fells Point” together in one fell swoop. With wonderfully historic homes and plenty of bars, shops, and restaurants overlooking the water, these cobblestone-lined streets are thriving.
Other towns that topped the list in Baltimore? Locust Point, Ellwood Park, and Butchers Hill. Check ‘em out – we bet you’ll be thoroughly charmed.
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