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* Seller may carry back a 1st note * Beautiful,fully rented,and recently renovated apartment building (5 units) plus single-family home in renter-dense Glen Burnie location. Lead-free (MDE registered) and legal (cert. of use w/ non-conf cert. and MDL) multi-unit that rarely comes available in this region. Property was fully renovated in '18/'19 - new roof,gutters,individual metered electrical,paint and lighting,landscaping,fencing,mailbox cluster,and 5 of 6 interiors completely re-done including baseboard heaters. Actual annual rents of $76,800 w/ upside due to being in an area with HUGE rental demand. Actual cap rate of 8.5%. Units consist of one 3-bedroom,three 1-bedrooms,and one efficiency in the apartment building and one 1-bedroom bungalow single-family home and a laundry room w/income. Owner pays water/sewer/trash,insurance,taxes,and landscaping.

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Listed by Nicole C DeLuca of Taylor Properties

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