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"DC Open Doors" pays your Down Payment for you on a home purchase in DC. The money does not have to be paid back. You must have:
  • Less than $125,580/year in income
  • Have fair to good credit (660+)
UrbanLand Company Agents have over $38 million in successful $0 Down and low down payment home sales. Set Appointment $0 Down Loan Estimate Or, get to know us in our Free Home Buyer Workshops
The Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA) pays your Down Payment when you meet certain criteria. The money does not have to be paid back. You must have:
  • Less than $97,520/year in income (1-2 person households)
  • Less than $113,840/year in income (3+ persons)
UrbanLand Company Agents have over $38 million in successful $0 Down and low down payment home sales. Set Appointment $0 Down Loan Estimate Or, get to know us in our Free Home Buyer Workshops
The Maryland Mortgage Program loans you up to $8,500 in Down Payment Assistance. There's additional incentives from specific Maryland employers + great student loan incentive programs.
  • Incomes lower than $88,400 for 1-2 person households are eligible
  • Incomes between $88,400 & $128,760 may be eligible, based on county
UrbanLand Company Agents have over $38 million in successful $0 Down and low down payment home sales. Set Appointment $0 Down Loan Estimate Or, get to know us in our Free Home Buyer Workshops
 

Neighborhood Watch

Pratt and Light Streets Getting Retail & Restaurant + a Roof Deck


The prominent intersection of Pratt Streets and Light Streets in downtown Baltimore could soon look a whole lot different. There is an existing wide-open brick promenade on Pratt Street that developers have their eyes on. The brick area is targeted for a new “bump-out” development that will house a 3 level, 23,000 sq. ft. retail and restaurant offering.

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A design by Corporate Office Properties Trust has been accepted. They are the owners of the 35 story Transamerica Tower next to the promenade.  The design is over at the mayor’s office for other approvals. The plan includes retail, commercial and restaurant and a rooftop deck that will overlook the busy area.

“You’ll see a lot more of this type of infill development on unused pieces in Baltimore’s heart of downtown core,” said Gerard DiRuggiero, Principal Broker of UrbanLand Company. “This is right near the Inner Harbor and is a high traffic spot.”

#FollowDevelopment on Twitter! Thanks to the BizJournals on the news.

 

 

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