If you’re thinking of moving to Maryland, Gaithersburg has great home value as well as other amazing things about it! Check out my Pros & Cons of Living in Gaithersburg!


Looking for a small town feel with historic Victorian buildings and a thriving Farmer’s market? Kensington is the place for you! Check out this video of my Pros & Cons of Living in Kensington Maryland!

Chevy Chase

Chevy Chase is one of the most affluent suburbs of Washington D.C. located in Montgomery County. Interested in Chevy Chase? Check out this video of my Pros & Cons of Living in Chevy Chase.


Potomac is a fantastic place to live! You have that small town feel while being super close to D.C. It also has lots of houses on 2 acres or more so if you want land, Potomac is a great choice! Take a look at this video of my Pros & Cons of Potomac Maryland


Rockville is an incorporated city in Montgomery County that is so centrally located whether you’re commuting to D.C. or working in Gaithersburg!

Best Small Towns of Maryland!

In these days, many of us are still working from home and don’t need to worry about a long commute so living in one of these small towns is a possibility!

Abandoned Places in Maryland

The state of Maryland is full of great terrain, bustling cities and historic sea side towns, but there are some creepy, abandoned places too!


Bethesda Maryland is one of the most sought after places to live in Montgomery County. From its proximity to Washington D.C., to it’s high ranking public and private schools, Bethesda is a great choice! Here are my top Pros & Cons of Bethesda, MD!