Rent to Own Homes near Waldorf, MD

Top Reasons to Live in Waldorf MD

  • Waldorf, Maryland, is in Charles County. It offers those who own, rent or live in a rent to own home a quick commute into Washington, D.C., which is 23 miles away. This community consists of 67,752 individuals, as reported by the U.S. Census in 2010. Before 1908, Waldorf was known as Beantown. Waldorf may be a very urbanized location, but it's surrounded by farmland full of crops like strawberries and vegetables.

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  • Housing Statistics From May 13th, 2013 to July 13th, 2013, Waldorf's median sales price for homes was $248,550, which is a 5.6 percent increase from the previous year. Despite this increase, there has been a 15.9 percent depreciation in sales prices over the last five years. The average listing price was $298,774 as of August 18th, 2013. A very high percentage of homes are owned in this area. In fact, 78.4 percent of homes are owned in Waldorf, while only 21.6 of them are rented. According to Century21, the annual residential turnover is 15.19 percent. The median number of years in a residence here is 3.79.
  • Transportation and Commutes Waldorf has numerous taxi services such as Waldorf Taxi and Airport Transportation, Newshuttle and Taxi Services, Waldorf Cab and Allen Cab Co. There's also the Keller Bus Service, which has been around since 1926 and provides charter bus options. James H Duffey Company is a local and suburban transit company. Dillon's Bus Service offers charter buses. Will Be Designated Driver offers their transportation service, so those who drink have a safe way home. Kidsxpress Transportation is a unique service that picks up children and gives them a safe ride to and from where they need to go. Route 925 runs north to south through Waldorf. On the eastern part of the city is St. Charles Parkway, which runs near White Plains Regional Park.
  • Local ShoppingSt. Charles Towne Center in Waldorf and The Shops at Waldorf Center are popular shopping areas. In St. Charles Towne Center, you can find a unique shopping location known as Rotten 2 the Core Kidz Spa, which offers a hair salon, manicures, pedicures and makeup for children and kid's parties. Family Christian in the same location sells knickknacks and other items, and the proceeds go to orphans and widows.
  • NeighborhoodsIn Waldorf, there are 16 different neighborhoods. Berry Valley and Brentwood/Linden Grove are two examples of favorites with suburban residents.