Union Square (Baltimore, MD)
By Peggy Yee, Search Vienna Homes For Sale - Northern Virginia
(NoVa House and Home)
1Union Square Homes For Sale | Baltimore, MD - October 2019This is a snapshot of recent sales in the Union Square neighborhood of Baltimore, MD. Real estate market data and analysis is provided by Peggy Yee, Realtor. Click here to sign up for my free monthly real estate market update.Highest and Lowest Sold Union Square Home ValuesIn the past 6 months, 11 properties have sold in Union Square ranging from a 4-bed, 3-bath, and 1-half bath Townhome for$102,500 to a 4-bed, 2-bath Townhome for$287,000.ATTENTION Union Square Home Owners - Sell Your Home The Easy Way!Get the inside secrets from the best Union Square real estate agent Peggy Yee on the exact strategies she uses to sell homes for top dollar.Get all your questions answered today.Find out how you canSell Your Home for Top Dollar, i...
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By Ron Trzcinski, 410-935-5844
(Century 21, The Real Estate Centre, 410-665-0200 Office)
Two Homes; One Price Two row houses located side by side in Baltimore City's hot Union Square. Close to University of Maryland Medical Complex, Ravens Stadium, Hippodrome Theater, Lexington Market, Oriole Park, Downtown, and more. Commuter Train and Light Rail are near by. Each house has 3 units. Potential rental income per property is $2,500 per month; $5,000 for the set, or $60,000 per year. All units are separately metered. Houses have newer roofs. Potential off street parking for 4 to 5 vehicles. Interiors of each home need to be fully renovated. Asking $80,000 for the set. All offers will be seriously considered.  Call Ron Trzcinski at 410-935-5844.  
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By Peggy Yee, Search Vienna Homes For Sale - Northern Virginia
(NoVa House and Home)
Townhomes for Sale in Union Square | Baltimore, MD - March 2018 Home ValuesThis is a snapshot of recent sales in the Union Square neighborhood of Baltimore, MD. Real estate market data and analysis is provided by Peggy Yee, Realtor. Please click here for the March 2018 full market report of townhomes for sale in Union Square, Baltimore MD.Highest and Lowest Sold Townhomes in Union SquareIn the past 6 months, 14 properties have sold in Union Square ranging from a 3-bed, 1-bath Townhome for $4,550 to a 4-bed, 3-bath Townhome for $266,500.Union Square Community Real Estate Market ActivityThese market activity gauges show the market trends for the previous month (January) as compared to the 5-year February average. The market supply is 4 months, which indicates the total number of months it...
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By Ron Trzcinski, 410-935-5844
(Century 21, The Real Estate Centre, 410-665-0200 Office)
Baltimore City: 2 Home Discount: 48 and 50 S Fulton Avenue 48 and 50 S Fulton Avenue are listed for $69,880 each.  Owner will sell the set for $90,000 total.  Each house has 3 separate electric meters, newer roofs, newer escape ladder on back side, 2 to 3 car off street parking area, and new interior stairways.  They are structurally sound, and are fully studded out.  50 S Fulton needs extensive front facade brick work.  Otherwise the houses are shells in need of all systems.  Contact Ron Trzcinski of Century 21, The Real Estate Centre at 410-935-5844 Direct or 410-665-0200 Office for more details.  
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By Ron Trzcinski, 410-935-5844
(Century 21, The Real Estate Centre, 410-665-0200 Office)
Up & Coming Baltimore City Neighborhood of Union SquareUp & Coming Union Square - Nearby Attractions: University of Maryland Medical Complex, Boitechnology Park, Ravens Stadium, Oriole Park, Lexington Market, Hippodrome Theater, B & O Railroad Museum & More. Transportation: Interstates I-95 & I-695, Light Rail, MARC Train, Bus Lines. Colleges: UMBC, Coppin State, U of M, MICA, Loyola, JHU.  Check out this 3-Unit. Needs work, but strong foundation with new roof. Ron Trzcinski; 410-935-5844 DirectCentury 21, The Real Estate Centre, 410-665-0200 Office 
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By Ron Trzcinski, 410-935-5844
(Century 21, The Real Estate Centre, 410-665-0200 Office)
Is a Hold Harmless Agreement Sufficient? More specifically, is a Hold Harmless Agreement sufficient to protect the seller, the owner, or the listing agent of a property that is in need of significant repairs, repairs without which someone potentially could be seriously injured in the property? As an analogy of sorts, consider the following scenario: The City Zoo has a lion exhibit and to give the visitors a more realistic approach, they will allow them to enter the lion's den, provided that they sign a Hold Harmless Agreement, whereby they recognize the dangers and, of course, they agree to not hold the Zoo legally responsible for anything that may happen while in the lion's den. This is absolutely ridiculous and would never happen.  If it did happen, then, in my opinion, the Hold Harml...
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By Ron Trzcinski, 410-935-5844
(Century 21, The Real Estate Centre, 410-665-0200 Office)
Multi Units Available in Baltimore City;Need Work; High Potential The Properties Two town houses situated side by side Each building contains 3 units Each building is laid out for 6 bedrooms and 3 full baths Gas and Electric are Separately Metered for all units Recent new roof on both properties Parking pad in rear for up to 6 cars Refinished brick facade on one of the units Facade on second unit needs to be completed Interior layout is completely studded out Needs all systems to be installed throughout the units, i.e. electric, plumbing, HVAC, walls, flooring and ceiling, and kitchen and baths  The Neighborhood Located in Historic Union Square This neighborhood consists of many renovated homes of beautiful and distinctive architecture Within 1 to 2 miles of the University of Baltimore,...
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