Please join the hosts on Thursday, March 20th, for a Realtor Brunch at 101 Ellwood Lofts and Apartments. Come check out this apartment community and learn about the Realtor Referral Program. Refreshments and tours of this beautiful community will be provided Come check for yourself why 101 Ellwood has quickly became one of downtown Baltimore’s hottest new address.
Please join us, Wednesday, November 13th, for a Realtor Open House. Don’t miss the opportunity to tour this unique community and to find out all the details about 101 Ellwood. Fresh coffee, tea and donuts will be served.
Courtesy Bambeco— Whether it’s your first real place after college, temporary digs after moving to a new city, or you just prefer renting to owning, looking at the plain white walls and expanse of blah design that dominates most rental apartments can be enough to make anyone feel like they’re living in the drab zone. But you don’t have to sacrifice personal style just because you signed a lease, not a mortgage. Rentals can feel like a plain box that you can’t do anything to, but that’s not the case. Of course, check with your landlord or rental company before doing anything, and decide for yourself what level of work you’re willing to undertake when you move out.
Assessment List the good and the bad in your space. What do you want to accentuate and what would you like to minimize? Visualize how you really want the space to look and note the things you need to make that work. Write it all down and keep looking at the list as you consider everything else.
In the Netflix series House of Cards, we’re meant to believe that Zoe lives in a run-down apartment in a bad part of town. Now that very apartment can be yours! Of course, the building in question is actually in a perfectly lovely part of Mt. Vernon (6 E. Preston St., to be precise), and the actual filming didn’t take place inside the apartment’s interior. Still, if you feel like paying $650 a month for a one-bedroom that’s been (and presumably will continue to be) on television, now’s your chance.
“I had started with a regular Craigslist ad with all the relevant info, but I didn’t get very good responses. I felt like I was running out of time and wanted to take control of the situation a little bit.
The Baltimore Business Journal is reporting that 111 new apartment rentals are planned for the city. But what really surprised me was that the new apartments are in response to a 97 percent rental occupancy rate in the city. Downtown is the fastest growing residential neighborhood in Baltimore, says the Downtown Partnership spokesman Michael Evitts.