Moving here is not a difficult procedure, all you need is a completed rental application and a security deposit. Some places will run a credit check, but if you have a couple of good references and proof of income, you should be good to go. It's about 50/50 as to whether or not you will need to pay a pet deposit or a monthly pet deposit, considering that this is a dog-friendly community.
The cost to move here is someplace between a slap and a really hard pinch. You will probably have to pay deposits for utilities unless you can find an all bills paid place, and those are rare. .
In larger urban environments, neighborhoods are important. Much of your life is centered around where you live, and this makes sense when you consider that most urban neighborhoods have almost as many people as this entire little city! But in most small cities like Reisterstown, neighborhoods are residential distinctions carved out by real estate agents. There is a business area that is more or less centrally located, and this is generally where you find stores, restaurants and so forth.
The commute for most people here is about 34 minutes, which is longer than the national average. Though some people here take the bus, and there are two Amtrak stations that serve the area.
If you're on the lookout for something to do, you might have to head to Baltimore every once in a while. Residents here tend to take part in recreational activities set up by the Reisterstown Area Recreation Council, and there are festivals celebrating history and the arts. Otherwise, a trip to the local eateries in this city will have to suffice when you want some excitement!