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Moving to and from Baltimore, Maryland with Long Distance Moving Experts

Once you have made your decision to move to Baltimore, there will be a substantial amount of planning and organize to do before you leave your home country and arrive to settle in Baltimore. The exact details of your plans will vary depending on your own, unique circumstances. Regardless of why you are moving, whether it is to go to a bigger house, going to a nicer neighborhood, or simply moving for a new job, it does not matter, what is matter is that once you know what your new address will be, and when you pick a moving date, you should contact a moving company. Contact Long Distance Moving Experts because we offer convenient long-distance moving packages and premium moving services to make your move as simple as possible. Our representatives will provide you additional information regarding our moving services, such as:

– Residential relocation services
– Corporate relocation services
– Long distance car shipping, 
– Terminal to terminal
– The door to door auto transport
– Open car carriers
– Enclosed car carriers
– Professional packing services
– Moving supplies

Long Distance Moving Experts will also offer you storage units to meet every storage need. We are fully equipped to handle many of your moving-related storage needs with our 30-day storage services. We can store your belongings at one of our agent facilities as part of the moving process, holding them until you are ready to move into your new home.
Feel free to contact Long Distance Moving Experts and see for yourself that we respect our clients’ demands.

Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore is the largest city in the U.S. state of Maryland, located on the Mid-Atlantic coast, Baltimore was built at the mouth of the Patapsco River, which empties directly into the Chesapeake Bay. Named for Lord Baltimore in the Irish House of Lords, Baltimore settled in the early 17th century. Baltimore played a key role in events that shaped the nation’s history, including the American Revolution. In recent years through careful city planning and cooperation between public and private investors, Baltimore has entered the ranks of America’s “comeback cities”.
Home to approximately 2.7 million people, the Greater Baltimore region is the 20th largest metro area in the United States and the key economic center in Maryland. Baltimore has over 600.000 residents, and a population is 63.7% Black, 29.6% White, 2.3% Asian, and 0.4%, American Indian and Alaska Native.

Climate in Baltimore

Baltimore lies within the humid subtropical climate zone, with four distinct seasons. The summers are hot and humid, and the combination of heat and humidity leads to rather frequent thunderstorms. The winters are chilly, wet, and windy. Spring and autumn are warm. On average, there are 213 sunny days per year in Baltimore.

Where to Live in Baltimore

With hundreds of identified districts, Baltimore has been dubbed “a city of neighborhoods”. The city is officially divided into nine geographical regions: North, Northeast, East, Southeast, South, Southwest, West, Northwest, and Central and regions include a melting pot of neighborhoods, ranging from metal and glass skyscrapers to brick row houses to the famous Inner Harbor. Some of the neighborhoods you could call home are:
The Inner Harbor is a landmark of the city, located in the heart of downtown. While the Inner Harbor is known primarily as a shopping and entertainment destination, it is also a place to consider if one wants to live in the heart of Baltimore. Young single professionals and couples would find the area ideal.
Federal Hill is a neighborhood located in the south region of the city. The neighborhood has numerous schools including Federal Hill Elementary School and Digital Harbor High School. Federal Hill is the ideal spot for anyone wanting to live and work in a fresh, cityscape type of setting.
Canton is located in the southeastern section of the city, roughly two miles east of downtown. Families and young professionals often move here because of its small town feel of the two to three story row houses and the wide, shady streets.
The Mount Vernon neighborhood is located in the central region of the city. This is the perfect middle-class urban neighborhood, with homes, museums, restaurants, shops, and park all nearby. The neighborhood has several schools including the St. Igntius Academy and the Quality Care Daycare and Early Learning Academy.
All about neighborhoods in Baltimore you will find following link  

Colleges and Universities in Baltimore

Baltimore is the home of numerous places of higher learning, both public and private. The following colleges and universities are located in the Greater Baltimore region:
Baltimore City Community College  is the only community college in the city. It was founded in 1947 and has about 5,000 students enrolled in one of its three campuses.
Coppin State University  is a historically black college. The university offers quality undergraduate and graduate programs in teacher education, liberal arts, health professions, technology and STEM disciplines.
Goucher College  is named as one of the top 10 most innovative colleges in the country. Goucher College is a selective, private, coed, liberal arts college.
Johns Hopkins University  is an American private research university organized into 10 divisions on campuses in Maryland and Washington, D.C. with international centers in Italy, China, and Singapore.
Loyola University Maryland  is a Jesuit private liberal arts university. Loyola’s main campus is in Baltimore.The University inspires students to learn, lead, and serve in a diverse and changing world.
We also have to mention Maryland Institute College of Art , Morgan State University , Notre Dame of Maryland University , The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University , Sojourner-Douglass College , Stevenson University  , Stratford University , Towson University , University of Baltimore , and University of Maryland Baltimore County .

Baltimore offers cultural opportunities, professional sports, outdoor activities and much more. If you enjoy the surf and sand, Baltimore is within driving distance of beaches and ocean resorts. There is much more to say about Baltimore, but before ending the article, we have to remind you to call Long Distance Moving Experts to organize your relocation, because we are the best long distance moving company in the country.

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