As you know most banks will not consider the loans on such a small amount and especially for an investment property. I would look at small local banks and credit unions that are local to the Baltimore area. I know it's tough but I think those are your best and really only shot at getting a loan.
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Check out Ridgely's Delight across from Camden Yards. The demographics, location, friendly attitude and activities sound like what you're looking for. I moved to Baltimore and rented because I was afraid to commit to a city I didn't know well, but ended up buying a house in the neighborhood. Check out the website for more info.... more
When it comes to any safety concerns, your best source of accurate and up to the minute information are the local authorities, consider a call/visit and ask all your questions, hear all firsthand.... more
Hello and thank you for your inquiry. Please call me at 443-350-4936 or email me at Shirley.McHenry@LongandFoster.com. I would like to get more information regarding your plans to purchase and locations you may be interested in. There are many re locations moving into the Aberdeen area and I would like to speak to you about what is available in this area that you may be interested in. I look forward to working with you.
If you have any concerns about the school, consider a visit--ask for a tour of the facilities, speak to the principal, teachers, etc., ask all your questions and then make a determination of your own--keep in mind opinions are often subjective, and what may be good for one is not necessarily the case for another.... more
You can give me a call tomorrow at 410-303-7264 and we can discuss your lifestyle and then I can make some suggestions of areas you might want to pursue. YOu may want to actually consider living downtown. I do and I love it.
You know the saying, "Location! Location! Location!" right?
The fixer-upper in the FANTASTIC neighborhood will likely serve you better in the long run. You have control over your house but not the neighborhood. You can make improvements over time and have the immaculate house in the fantastic neighborhood but you'll be hard pressed to do anything about the marginal neighborhood.
Best of luck!
With Your Success in Mind,
Keller Williams Integrity First Realty
Renting a large, detached home and using a Realtor to help you is not a problem. Please provide me with some additional information re: desired location, amenities, and of course, the price per month you are willing to pay to lease the property. I can search the MLS and provide you with listings that are currently active.
If you wish to contact me privately, please feel free to do so -- that way I can better understand your needs.... more