Baltimore is a city with a lot of vacant property thanks to years of population decline. However, not all of those apartments are desirable. If you're looking for apartments when the most options will be on the market, shop between May and September. Hopefully, with more options available to you, you can find a place that suits your needs.
Finding an apartment can be hard, especially when there are so many choices. Adding a filter can help narrow your search. With our Quick Filters below, you can search by a price and amenities. After following one of these links, be sure to check out the advanced search filters and then sign up for an Email Alert so you can receive new listings that match your needs.
Despite all the efforts that have been made to improve the city, Baltimore still suffers from a very high crime rate. If you're new to the city, do your homework before getting an apartment. Check out the crime rate in the area before you move in, as there are some neighborhoods that are perfectly safe, and others which are quite undesirable.
The MTA light rail system in Baltimore is an excellent way to commute into the city center from the edge of the city. You can also use the Charm City Circulator to get around parts of the interior of the city for free. Once you're outside of the areas served by these transit routes, the spread-out nature of the greater Baltimore area makes a car essential.
Baltimore is home to two professional sports team, the Ravens of the NFL and the Orioles of the MLB. There are several museums celebrating African American history in the area, including the Great Blacks in Wax Museum and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Black History. The Harbour is a great place to take in the sites and often catch some free music from outdoor performers.