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359 Apartments for rent in Maryland City, MD

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Last updated October 18 at 4:32pm UTC
Results within 1 miles of Maryland City, MD
Avalon Laurel
6900 Andersons Way
Laurel, MD
Updated October 18 at 12:28pm UTC
1 Bedroom
$1,420
2 Bedrooms
$1,960
3 Bedrooms
Ask
41 AVONDALE STREET
Laurel
Laurel, MD
Updated October 18 at 2:34pm UTC
5 Bedrooms
$2,900
9361 Northgate Rd
North Laurel
Laurel, MD
Updated October 18 at 6:24am UTC
4 Bedrooms
$2,100
14211 GREENVIEW DRIVE
Laurel
Laurel, MD
Updated October 17 at 12:52am UTC
4 Bedrooms
$2,700
9313 CREEKVIEW DRIVE
Laurel
Laurel, MD
Updated October 14 at 3:08pm UTC
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
14233 GREENVIEW DR
Laurel
Laurel, MD
Updated October 13 at 12:01am UTC
3 Bedrooms
$2,300
306 MONTGOMERY STREET
Laurel
Laurel, MD
Updated October 11 at 7:49am UTC
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
9384 N LAUREL ROAD
North Laurel
Laurel, MD
Updated October 5 at 10:58pm UTC
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
9361 NORTHGATE ROAD
North Laurel
Laurel, MD
Updated October 4 at 7:28pm UTC
4 Bedrooms
$2,300
City Guide
Maryland City
Moving to Maryland City

Want to move to Maryland City? You better be prepared to search hard, cause vacancies in the city are rare. About 60 percent of homes are owned and 36 percent are rented, which means you’ll have an easier time finding a house to buy or live in than apartments for rent, and a harder time if you want to rent somewhere more temporarily. If you are preparing to move, it would be best to be ready to put an application in for an apartment on the spot, if you see something you like. Gather up your financial documents – bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs, proof of employment, copies of your IDs and landlord references – and be ready to turn them in with a rental application.

Neighborhoods in Maryland City

There are basically two parts of Maryland City – the old, original part adjacent to Fort Meade, and the new housing development built there recently. Read more to find out which area will suit your housing needs more.

Fort Meade: The southern portion of Maryland City borders Fort Meade, and most of the houses have been around since the 50s. Expect typical suburbia, with smaller houses and a more run down vibe than the other half of Maryland City. It’s still a nice, quiet and safe place to live --- just not where to go if you’re looking for fancy. $

Russett: Russett is the new housing area built in Maryland City in the 1990s. It’s a pretty fancy community with large houses, playgrounds,  pools, tennis courts, basketball courts, beach volleyball courts, a community center and a homeowner’s association. It has a good combination of single-family homes, townhomes, apartment complexes and condos for rent. Russett is set in a park-like setting, so it’s definitely a good place for you if you like walking, biking, playing sports, or just spending time outside in general. $$$$$

Living in Maryland City

If you live in Maryland City, you’ll probably want to have a car. That’s because the town is suburban, and you’ll want it to do things like get your groceries or go to the movies. However, if you are planning to commute into and about of Baltimore or Anapolis, you don’t technically need a car to survive. The Maryland Transit Administration runs a pretty good bus service in the area. You can get bus service in and out of the cities at a regular schedule, so if driving’s not your thing, don’t feel like you’ll be stuck at home. 

For a nice day trip, public transportation can get you to Washington, DC in about a half-hour . It’s the ideal place to be for a balance of quiet, suburban living and the exciting city life.