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Maryland, abbreviated MD and Md., Is a state on the east coast of the United States, around Chesapeake Bay. The state borders east to Delaware, south to Virginia, southwest to West Virginia and north to Pennsylvania, and surrounds the District of Columbia with the federal capital of Washington DC. Maryland has a total area of ​​32 134 km2 and has 6,052,177 inhabitants (US Census, 2017). The capital is Annapolis.

The name Maryland is after Queen Henrietta Maria of England, King Charles 1's maid. The state is also called The Free State and The Old Line State, the latter following the state's northern boundary, which coincides with the so-called Mason – Dixon Line.

Nature and climate

The southern and eastern part of Maryland encompasses parts of the Atlantic coastal plain, which are intersected by the long, wide Chesapeake Bay. To the north and west lies a wavy ridge that reaches into the Appalachians. Backbone Mountain (1102 masl) on the West Virginia border is the state's highest mountain.

The eastern part of Maryland has a humid, subtropical climate with mild winters and hot summers. The average temperature in Washington DC is 3 C in January and 26 C in July, but the summer temperature can go above 40 C, at times with almost 100 percent humidity. The annual rainfall is about 1000 mm, mostly in the summer.

Population

The population of Maryland grew relatively strongly throughout the 1900s, primarily due to the influx of Baltimore and Washington DC. Most of the state lies within the most interconnected urban belt along the east coast of the United States, and in 2010, 87.2 percent of the population resided in cities and urban areas. Largest urban area is the Washington region.

Maryland sends two senators and eight representatives to Congress in Washington DC

Business

Maryland's economy is primarily based on public business and industry, and on commuting to the federal capital of Washington. The industry includes especially the food, iron and metal industries, electrical, transport and chemical factories, and is particularly concentrated in the port city of Baltimore.

Agricultural production includes maize, soybeans, tomatoes and hay. The livestock is large, and most of the agricultural income comes from the production of dairy products and broilers. In Chesapeake Bay, considerable fishing and shellfish catching (especially oysters) is practiced. Higher education institutions include the State University of College Park (outside Washington) and Baltimore, founded in 1807, Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and the United States Naval War School in the capital Annapolis, founded in 1845.

History

The coast of Maryland was first explored by John Smith in 1608. The first colonization took place in 1634 at St. Mary's City, the first capital, and the area was especially colonized by English Catholics. Maryland was one of the 13 original colonies that declared independence in 1776, and the 7th state to ratify the Union Constitution in 1788.

During the American Civil War, Maryland was loyal to the Union, but it expressed strong sympathies for the Southern Confederation, especially in the southern part of the state.

123 Maryland Home Loans - 123 Lending Network
Annapolis, Baltimore, Hagerstown, and Frederick, Maryland, lenders provide debt-consolidation, second-mortgage, refinancing, and home improvement and equity loans.
http://www.123-Maryland-Home-Loans.com/

Advocate Mortgage Group
Lender offers mortgages to customers in Maryland, Colorado, Virginia, Utah and DC. Find a FAQ, HUD info and a directory of Realtors.
http://www.advocatemortgagegroup.com/

AMD Maryland Homes & Mortgage Loans
Offers financial services such as mortgage and debt consolidation, and real estate investments such as foreclosures and rental property.
http://real-estate-loans.virtualave.net/

American Advantage Mortgage
Baltimore mortgage broker strives to incorporate Christian values in its dealings. Try the mortgage rate calculator or applyfor a loan.
http://www.costoffundsindex.com/

American Ideal Mortgage
Good way to check out how easily you will qualify for a mortgage. Most of the application procedure can be completed online.
http://www.idealmortgage.com/

Ameriquest Mortgage Company - Maryland Branches
National company with numerous Maryland offices offers home loans to people with flawed credit. Use online loan request forms and calculators.
http://r.lksm.com/go/t=34:9891|60607244;g=z/http://www.ameri

Bellotte, Michael - Sunshine Mortgage
Agent helps home owners in the Maryland area secure residential loans. Plans cover jumbo, FHA, and VA loans and those for impaired credit.
http://www.mysunshinemortgage.com/

Cambridge Mortgage Corp.
Financing of the future is available right now. Do it all online, from finding the package that best suit your needs, to getting an approval.
http://www.cambridgemortgage.com/

CF Services
See what mortgage rates are being offered in your state. Make further inquiries online, and get pre-approval online in most cases.
http://www.cfservices.com/

Common Sense Mortgage Lending - Mortgage Bankers
Maryland-based mortgage lender pledges to accommodate all applicants regardless of their credit history. Learn the terminology and apply online.
http://www.refinancemaryland.com/

Congressional Funding
Visit this mortgage provider in cyberspace for rapid consultation and a quick answer if you choose to proceed.
http://www.cfiusa.com/

EWmortgage.com
East West Mortgage serves the home loan needs of residents in Texas, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and California.
http://www.ewmortgage.com/

First Republic Mortgage Corp.
Good way to check out how easily you will qualify for a mortgage. Most of the application procedure can be completed online.
http://www.mortgageplace.com/

Guardian Funding
Kensington, Maryland, mortgage company offers over 100 loan programs. Specializing in refinancing, home equity loans and bill consolidation.
http://www.guardianfunding.com/

Maryland - American Loan Search
Connect with mortgage lenders after using a quick-comparison chart to check their best rates and special promotions.
http://r.lksm.com/go/t=34:10172|100066486;g=z/http://www.ame

Maryland - Loan Links
Locate a lender that offers mortgage and home loans and request a quote. Lender directory offers articles and rate tools.
http://r.lksm.com/go/t=34:10172|100066533;g=z/http://www.loa

Maryland - Planet Loan
Multiple lenders offer customized mortgage quotes to those in search of Maryland purchasing and refinancing services. Fill out a rate comparison survey or read loan news.
http://r.lksm.com/go/t=34:10172|100066409;g=z/http://www.pla

Maryland - US Mortgage Shop
Works with brokers and lenders in Maryland to provide homeowners with competitive mortgage bids. Submit a bid request to begin the process.
http://www.mdmortgageshop.com/

Maryland Dept. of Housing
Neighborhood and community revitalization, home-ownership opportunities, bond financing, and rental developments are discussed in this guide.
http://www.dhcd.state.md.us/

Maryland Mortgage Shop
Visit this real-time mortgage-bidding service and find a lender. Try the standard-payment, advanced-payment and prequalification calculators.
http://www.marylandmortgageshop.com/
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