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Under Contract Bradford VT Multi Family for sale $$110,000 $39 per sq.ft.

$110,000 $39 per sq.ft. Bradford VT Multi Family »

Number of Units 3   Total Sq. Ft. 2800  |  Acres: 0.3
Sunday Dec 1, 2019
Description: Here is an opportunity to build your rental portfolio or to enter the investment housing market. This 2-3 unit complex has a long rental history of staying occupied. It boast large spacious rooms, high ceilings, covered parking for up to 4 cars, a small back yard and plenty of storage. It also is located with a very convenient location to all of the towns amenities including the Laundromat; Making it an attractive rental for those whom do not have transportation as well of course to those whom do. This property is currently going through the rehab process and thus has been kept vacant for you to choose your own tenants for. This property is set up to be a 3 unit apartment building with the tenants paying their own utilities; (however the 1 bedroom third floor unit needs a fire egress installed by the buyer before the Fire Marshall will approve it for occupancy: Installing that fire egress could be great upside for you). There is also Lead Paint rules that have to be addressed eventually to be in full compliance if any of the units are to be rented. Come take a look and see the potential. See MLS Property & Listing Details & 36 images.

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