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Overview of Baltimore

Finding furnished apartments for rent in Baltimore lets you move in and start enjoying the city quickly without moving and unloading heavy pieces of furniture. Home to more than 620,000 residents, the city is also home to 14 public and private universities, including Loyola University Maryland and Baltimore City Community College. With major employers located throughout the city, you can easily find apartments near your job or school. You may also enjoy taking in games at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and Royal Farms Area, seeing marine life playing at the National Aquarium or seeing history on display at Fort McHenry. Rent.com offers filters that let you search for furnished apartments near these attractions and employers throughout Baltimore and surrounding parts of Maryland.

Furnished Apartments in Baltimore--Finding Yours and Getting the Most for Your Money

Baltimore is notable for its museums, professional sports teams and historic sites. Popular with rappers, singers and artists as well, it's the type of city where you can see future Grammy winners and notable artists performing every day of the week.

The price of furnished apartments in Baltimore varies based on what amenities come included with the property. Some complexes cater to busy professionals and include pots, pans, utensils and other cookware, and those complexes may also include high-speed wireless Internet and cable or satellite television. Cheaper units may only come with some basic features. The proximity of the apartment to sports facilities, museums, bars and restaurants may also play a role in the price. Complexes with a convenient location are generally more expensive than other places for rent in Baltimore.

Regardless of whom you rent from, you need to ask a few questions to cover things your landlord might forget to mention. This Rent.com blog gives you some tips on things your landlord might neglect to tell you and helps you put together a checklist of questions to ask before signing a lease.