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RESERVOIR HILL! INVESTOR ALERT! Two Unit EOG TH! Brooks Ln.
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Location: Baltimore City, Reservoir Hill
AUCTION Thursday August 9, 2018 @ 1:00pm

809 Brooks Ln, Baltimore City, MD 21217

RESERVOIR HILL! INVESTOR ALERT!
Two Unit EOG TH w/ garage (garage needs new roof). 1st flr has 1BR/1.5BA, hdwd flrs & newer kitchen. 2nd flr has 2BR/1BA & hdwd flrs. Separate entrances & separate metered gas/electric. Turnkey rental w/ existingvoucher tenants, Section 8 compliant & recently passed Section 8 inspection. Gross income +/- $2,175/mo, approx. 9 mo. remaining on existing leases. Cash flow or fix & flip at lease expiration. Area ARV's $225-250K range. BP Deposit $3,000.
George Linthicum 410-472-3383.
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This property is offered at public auction at the premises with a suggested opening bid of $99,000.

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George Linthicum
410-472-3383
This property is offered at public auction at the premises with a suggested opening bid of $99,000.
Pricing
Price: $99,000
Flexibility: Negotiable
Additional Pricing Information: This property is offered at public auction at the premises with a suggested opening bid of $99,000.
Property Location
809 Brooks Lane
Baltimore, MD 21217
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Features
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Year Built: 1918
Attached on: 1 Side
Square Footage: 2000
Agent Name: Please see contact information
Broker: Charles Parrish
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  • Price: $99,000
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Square Feet: 2,000

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