Living in Dundalk

Buy a home in Dundalk? Home purchase is a big decision

Fortunately there are many resources available to help walk you through the process. We highly recommend you start with one of the housing counseling agencies certified to provide counseling and home buyer certification to Baltimore County home buyers. Counselors at any one of these agencies can:

  • examine your budget and determine how much home you can afford
  • help you build your credit, if need be, and plan for the future
  • explain the home buying process and the responsibilities of home ownership
  • tell you about special programs and grants to help with closing costs, down payment

Belair-Edison Neighborhoods Inc. 3545 Belair Road, Baltimore MD 21213 410 485-8422 Diversified Housing Development 8025 Liberty Road, Baltimore MD 21244 410 496-1214 HARBEL Housing Partnership 5807 Harford Road, Baltimore MD 21214 410 444-9151 Eastside Community Development Inc. 7538 Eastern Ave. East Point Mall #302, Baltimore MD 21224 410 284-9861 St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center 321 E. 25th St., Baltimore MD 21218 410 366-8550

Where to start?

So glad you asked – because you’ve got options, and home values are strong in Dundalk. Brick row homes are in established neighborhoods, yours to personalize. They’re sturdy as fortresses, with yards that give you green space and parking. Many are renovated, or maybe you’d like to do your own.

Dunglow_ext_mapleYou’ll find single detached homes, from small cottages to generous floor plans, in nearly all neighborhoods. Some are new; others have lots of history and are ready for you to add yours.

Waterfront homes span a wide variety – both in type, from new town homes and detached homes, to all sorts of houses that may even have origins as second ‘seasonal’ homes. You’ll find plenty of places to check out – 14 of Dundalk’s 21222 neighborhoods touch waterfront – and many have local waterfront green spaces to add to the ‘I’m on vacation’ feel.

How about a real estate agent familiar with Dundalk, a mortgage lender who knows home buyer programs and grants? Maybe you’d like to talk with a housing inspector or a contractor experienced with renovations in the area. We can help.


Call us at (410) 282-0261 with questions, and we’ll start you on your path to home ownership.

If you’d rather rent for a while – that’s fine, too. We’re glad to have you!