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  • FOR SALE! 5214 BEAUFORT AVENUE BALTIMORE MD 21215. Renovated! Just $755 per month**! For qualified buyers– Call to see if you are qualified! Realtor commission: 3% Renovated 4 bedroom 1 ½ bath detached home! Details 4 bedrooms Central air New kitchen New baths New carpet Full basement Large yard Take advantage of the times! • Priced $51,000 below appraisal done in 05/2009 • Completely renovated • Detached house at townhouse price • $8000 First Time Home- Owner’s Tax Credit $105,000 Sale Price, • Special Programs for clos- Approximate payment: $755.00 ** ing assistance ** Assuming $105,000 pur- chase price, 5.75 interest K at e Ba r n h a rt, R e a lto r rate, $1200 taxes, $500 home owners insurance. 443.524.4640 • 301.807.7194 Comes from the “How much kate@Passportrealty.net are my payments” calculator at www.mortgage-calc.com EHO 831 N Calvert St. Baltimore, MD 21202
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