City-living booster unveils new Web site with hi-tech features


February 20, 2005|By William Patalon III

Live Baltimore Home Center has launched a new Web site that provides beefed-up search functions and more information about finding a place to live in Baltimore.

The site,, makes it easier to find detailed data on each of the city's 225 neighborhoods, real estate agents and incentive programs, said Tracy Gosson, executive director of Live Baltimore, a nonprofit formed in 1997 to promote city living.

The new site automates many of the data-gathering and sorting functions, making certain the information is as current as possible. It offers neighborhood histories, home-sales figures, rentals and event calendars as well as information about incentive programs, mortgage products, local schools, government agencies and the surrounding region.

The Seva Group, a city IT consultant, provided the Web site's new technology at a reduced fee, making many of the new features possible, Gosson said.

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