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Maryland Ranks 35th on Recession Recovery Score Card

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So, which states have best braved the five-year-old Great Recession — the most severe economic contraction the United States has experienced since the Great Depression?

Maryland was among the states that have been less successful in taming the recessionary conditions, ranked 35th in an analysis by 24/7 Wall Street. Current unemployment is at 6.7%, down 1.3 percentage points from the peak of 8%; and 2011 GDP growth was a mere 0.9%.

Baltimore’s Most Expensive Homes 2011

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Citybizlist found an addictive website that lists, with pictures, the 100 most expensive home sales in Maryland last year.

Managed by realtor Michael Hamby100mostexpensive.com profiles some of the largest home sales across the state (and Virginia) in 2011.

Below is a sampling of homes that sold in the Baltimore area last year for $1 million or more.

207 HIGHFIELD RD E
BALTIMORE, MD 21218 
MLS #: BA7636352
$2,100,000
6 Bedrooms, 5 Full, 2 Half Bathrooms
 
PRICE SHOWN IS SETTLED PRICE

7309 BRIGHTSIDE RD
BALTIMORE, MD 21212 
MLS #: BC7388759
$4,200,000
7 Bedrooms, 6 Full, 2 Half Bathrooms
 
PRICE SHOWN IS SETTLED PRICE

16 REVELL ST
ANNAPOLIS, MD 21401 
MLS #: AA7583442
$4,550,000
4 Bedrooms, 4 Full, 1 Half Bathrooms


12757 GREENSPRING AVE

OWINGS MILLS, MD 21117 
MLS #: BC7572717
$3,900,000
 
PRICE SHOWN IS SETTLED PRICE

905 HAYFIELDS RD
COCKEYSVILLE, MD 21030 
MLS #: BC7463271
$3,475,000
 
PRICE SHOWN IS SETTLED PRICE

1740 SKIPPERS ROW
GIBSON ISLAND, MD 21056 
MLS #: AA7405884
 
PRICE SHOWN IS SETTLED PRICE

See the others, including the top home sales in other Maryland counties as well as in Virginia, here. http://www.100mostexpensive.com/

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