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Relocating to Montgomery County, Maryland ?

Maryland is a great place to live!  Maryland offers a wide variety of scenery from the eastern ocean front resorts to the western mountains.  When it comes to making a move to Montgomery County Md, it makes sense to work with real estate professionals who know the area.  Hillstrom Real Estate welcomes the opportunity to assist you with your move to the Maryland area.  Our Relocation Package contains helpful information to make your move easier and more enjoyable.

Request Your Free Maryland Relocation Package

Gathering information is important in making a move, and start the process by requesting our Maryland Relocation Package today.  It includes valuable maps, city and local information, links to schools and government sites, and more.
Include details to any/all of the following questions in the 'Comments' field.

  • When are you planning to move?  What is your timeframe?
  • Are you considering buying a home or renting?
  • What are your housing needs? Number of bedrooms & baths? etc.
  • Is there a price range you are interested in?
  • Do you have any particular needs or desires in a new home?
  • Do you have a home to sell in the city you are moving from?

Complete the form below and your package will be sent out by mail.  For immediate assistance please call 301-294-3000.

Helpful Links:
Resource Directory  for Montgomery County
City Profile Report:  Get a comprehensive report on any city in the area.
SmartMove:  Find moving checklists, tips on spotting 'roque' movers, sponsored by the U.S. Dept of Transportation.
Local Utilities  Contact information for Montgomery County and surrounding areas - Electric, gas, water & sewer.

Get Your Relocation Information Here


Quick Facts about Maryland




OldLine State / Free State


Fatti Maschii Parole Femine
(Manly deeds, womanly words)


April 28, 1788 (7th)

Origin of State's Name:

Named to honor Henrietta Maria, wife of England's King Charles I.

Largest Cities:

Baltimore, Columbia, Silver Spring, Dundalk, Wheaton-Glenmont, Ellicott City

Border States:

Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia

Land Area:

9,775 sq. mi., 42nd largest

State Bird:

Baltimore Oriole

State Flower:

Black-Eyed Susan (rudbeckia hirta)

State Tree:

White Oak

State Song:

Maryland, My Maryland