Retirement in Maryland
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Welcome to Retirement in Maryland

After a life’s worth of work, there comes a time for any person to retire from their job. Once you do, you leave the 9 to 5 burden, the endless commute and the daily staff meetings. All that is in the rear-view mirror and you have nothing but free time ahead of you: daily fun activities, plenty of time to read great books and do whatever it is that you want – because you have earned it!

But there’s one crucial decision you have to make before you get to enjoy all the nice things about retirement. And that’s where do you want to live after you retire. Your new home can make or break retirement for you, and the wrong decision will cost you time and money. If you are thinking about moving to Maryland, or if you are already in state, Jack Cooper Realty  has five great destinations to choose from:



Columbia is the perfect choice for anyone who wants to retire and be away from major cities, but still be close enough to visit if they want to do something different every once in a while — Columbia is a relaxed, beautiful suburb who has direct access to both DC and Baltimore. This town is filled with green spots: there are plenty of parks to enjoy your day in. When the sun sets, you can make your way to one of the many restaurants down in Columbia, or you can try your luck down at their casino.

Columbia isn’t a great place for retirees alone, it’s great for families as well. If you wish to do so, you can try to move your whole family down there and they’ll be more than happy that they did. If not, they can come visit and have a great time when they do!


Retirement in Maryland

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Chevy Chase

Chevy Chase is a medium-sized suburb with a population of over 9000 people. It’s the perfect place for anyone who wants the quiet suburban lifestyle with a little bit of an urban environment mixed in. Chevy Chase is a great choice for retirees, as they have one of the highest concentrations of medical centers in Maryland. Hospitals aren’t the only thing Chevy Chase has to offer: there are more than enough places to spend your time down there. The only downside is that Chevy Chase is probably the most expensive place on this list.

Silver Spring

If there’s one thing that rings true for Silver Spring, it’s that you cannot get bored down there. Anyone who decides to settle down there for retirement is going to have one major problem: deciding what to do because there are way too many options! Film festivals, music concerts, and a major number of events take place in Silver Spring throughout the year. Because it’s such an active place, it may not be the right spot for you if you want to settle down in a nice, relaxed community. And plenty of retirees feel that way about Silver Spring: less than 10% of the people there are retired from their job. Regardless, it’s a great choice if you want a different kind of place to retire in.


More often than not, Bowie flies under the radar when it comes to retirement. In fact, most people who decide to live here are young professionals. But there are plenty of retirees here as well! And no wonder, Bowie is one of the best places to live in, whether you are going to settle after retirement or not. It has one of the largest populations in Maryland, so it might not be for you if you are looking for a small town to retire in. It is a great choice for those who want to relocate after they retire, but don’t want to lose the “big city” feels.

Ocean City

Over 30% of Ocean City’s population is filled with retirees — and no wonder! It’s probably the best place to enjoy retirement in Maryland. As the name may lead you to believe, Ocean City is surrounded by beautiful, blue water: The Isle of Wight Bay to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, both give more than enough gorgeous beach places to walk around and enjoy the sun in. It’s a medium-sized town with over 7000 residents, but don’t let that fool you: there’s plenty of restaurants, parks, and other places if you don’t want to hang around at the beach.

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Are You Planning on Retirement in Maryland?

If you’re thinking about retirement in Maryland, or if you need to sell your house quickly, we can help. Call us at 443-955-1227 to find out how we can get your home in front of all the right buyers. If it’s easier, just fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you.

Published On: January 15th, 2020Categories: Buyers, Retirement, Sellers833 wordsViews: 42

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