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Philadelphia Real Estate Tax Guide [2019]

Real estate taxes can be complicated, especially figuring out exactly what you owe, and why. We put together this guide so you can quickly get up to speed on Philadelphia real estate taxes without skimming through a 74-page PDF from the Department of Revenue.

A property tax is a municipal tax levied by counties, cities, or special tax districts on most types of real estate – including homes, businesses, and parcels of land. The local governments impose these taxes fund school districts and make industrial repairs.

So you’re looking to move into Philadelphia, how much is this going to cost you?

Tax Rate and Property Assessment

The market value of the home determines the property tax. The Office of Property Assessment (OPA) will establish the value of the property and from there, you will be responsible for 1.3988% of the assessed value. The OPA assess properties based on their size, age, location and use (home or business).

The tax bill is issued on the first day of the year and payment is due before/on March 31. However, if you pay before the last day of February, you are entitled to a 1% discount. For example, if your property is assessed at a $250,000 value, your annual property tax will be about $3,497. At this value, paying before the last day in February will save you around $35.

If you disagree with the assessed market value of your property, you can file an appeal with the city of Philadelphia.

It would be who of you to pay your taxes on time if not early. Should you fail to pay your property taxes on time, the city will charge you with interest. The additional payments will accumulate at the rate of 1.5% per month, beginning April 1 until January 1 of the following year. If you find yourself withholding payments until January 1st of the following year, the city of Philadelphia is entitled to:

  • A 15% addition to the principal balance
  • Register your taxes as delinquent
  • Liens are filed (A lien is a notice attached to your property telling the world that a creditor claims you owe it some money)
  • Begin the process of selling your home

Tax Reductions

With rates as low as 0.90% within the state of Pennsylvania, Philly is certainly not the cheapest county to own property. Fortunately, if you qualify as low income or are a senior, the city will work with you on the amount and date of payment.

Installment plans can be made for residents who are in the lowest tax bracket based on their monthly income. While you are typically supposed to have the payment in by March 31, those who are eligible can pay their property taxes through installments over 12 months. You do not qualify for the above installment plan if your household income per-person is greater than the amount below.

https://www.phila.gov/services/payments-assistance-taxes/payment-plans/real-estate-tax-installment-plan/

Specifically for seniors, the city of Philadelphia will freeze property taxes. If the rate of property tax increase, seniors can pay the rate they originally purchased the house with. You are entitled to a property tax freeze if you are:

  • A person 65 years or older
  • A person who lives in the same household with their spouse who is 65 years or older
  • A person aged 50 years or older who is a widow of someone who has reached the age of 50 before passing away

Tax Exemptions

Similarly to property tax deductions, some people in Philadelphia are exempt from paying this tax completely. Non-profit organizations with storefronts are not required to pay a property tax. Also, in order to encourage the rehabilitation of neighborhoods, Philadelphia offers abatements during the duration of construction. The city is also sensitive to catastrophic loss. If a fire or natural disaster affected your residence or business, you are not obligated to pay a property tax while it’s being repaired.

Just about anywhere in the world, the newer, bigger and more luxurious your property is, the more you will pay. The same is true in Philadelphia.

How to Stage a House Properly

How to Stage a House Properly in 5 Simple Steps

Moving is one of the most stressful parts of life. By completing these 5 steps before prospective buyers view your home, you can rest assured you are putting the best version of your house on the market.   

Staging a house is a strategic process that involves cleaning and rearranging the inside and outside of your home. Some of you are probably thinking why do I need to stage my home when I will be emptying the place before anyone moves in? The answer is simple: a staged home invites buyers to envision themselves living in the space. If your house is a mess and smells like kitty litter, buyers will be distracted from its genuine value. Even if you keep a tidy household, it’s not ready for buyers to visit.

While it can be a bit time consuming, it is well worth it. The National Association of Realtors reported that staging a home greatly decreases the amount of time the home is on the market. If that fact is not compelling enough, the same report shows that staging increased the number of money buyers offered between one and five percent (compared to similar homes on the market that weren’t staged).   

1. Bye, Bye Clutter

Say goodbye to the refrigerator magnets and picture frames. Decluttering your home is the first and foremost step to a perfectly staged home. This does not mean shoving all of your clothes and knick-knacks into the closets and cabinets – buyers look in there too!

  • You should remove all personal items that are not pristine or necessary (dingy bath towels, greasy cookbooks, etc.)
  • Clear all of your surfaces; this gives the potential buyer space to imagine what they’ll put there next. (You can leave a bowl of fruit in the kitchen or a candle on your bedside table, for example.)
  • Remove any furniture that is not required, or may be out of place. (Take your desk out of your dining room.)

If purging all of your ancillary household items sounds like a nightmare, think of it as a head start on packing!

2. Deep clean

After your house is decluttered, the next step is to do a deep clean. Start by opening up all of the windows to get fresh air circulating throughout the entire house. Nothing will put off a buyer more than an unfamiliar must. Odors from pets, food, and bathrooms should all be eliminated.  Spraying a mild air freshener is always a good idea, too.

With a fresh scent in the air, it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty. From the grout in your shower to the streaks on your windows, every surface in your property should be sparkling. Bathroom/kitchen appliances and all countertops should be spotless. You’ll need a dust rag and a vacuum for the finishing touches. If you have a large home, it’s worth hiring help!  It’s important for potential buyers to feel they’re moving into a space that has been maintained.

3. Curb appeal

Although it is not always the right thing to do, humans will naturally judge a book by its cover. This means potential buyers make their first impressions of a home before they enter. If a buyer pulls up to a visibly unkept exterior, they won’t be as enticed to see what’s outside. Here are some things to keep in mind when increasing your home’s curb appeal.

  • Mow the lawn!***
  • Power-wash your house and walkways.
  • Clean your windows.
  • Make sure your street address number is visible.
  • Trim overgrown bushes.
  • Plant flowers.
  • Add a welcome mat!

4. Optimize your space

You decluttered in step one, so the room that used to hold all your random unpacked boxes and racks of clothes should already be empty. Now you need to turn that unused room into a functional space. This does not have to mean designing an entire room! Don’t be afraid to keep it simple by adding a chair and desk. But you can make your home stand apart from the others even more. It’s as easy as throwing in some free weights, a jump rope, and a yoga mat to stage a home gym. You could also put down some large pillows, a shag carpet, and hanging string lights to emulate a meditation room. The possibilities are endless for this one.

5. Finishing touches

The hard part is over; the junk and gunk are gone, your exterior is gorgeous and you have repurposed the storage room. The final step to staging your home is critical. When you think you have everything just right, do a final walk through, looking at everything through a visitors lense. Be certain that all closets and cabinets are organized, all bookshelves are dusted and carpets vacuumed. Standing house plants in the entryway, flowers in a vase on the dining room table, and a plate of homemade cookies on the kitchen counter are the perfect finishing touches to your staged home. Oh, and don’t forget to take out the trash!

While it might cost you a few bucks, staging your home for potential buyers will profit you in the long run. With proven decreases in time spent on the market and increases in offers above the listing price, staging your home is a must.

The History of Fishtown, Philadelphia

The Rich History of Fishtown

Fishtown’s Early Days

The history of Fishtown begins on the water. Fishtown sits within the triangle created by the Delaware River, Frankford Ave. and York St., just three miles northeast of Center City. With such an authentic vibe, it’s hard to imagine this neighborhood has worn so many masks. Before Fishtown was a hotbed for beer connoisseurs and yogis, it was indeed a fish town.

In the 1700s the town adopted its deserved name from early settlers who were mostly English and German fishermen. The bounty of shad fish living in the Delaware River prompted these settlers to buy out the Leni-Lenape tribe for their land and grow roots. Over the next century, five families from the original colonists bought or leased plots along the shore. By 1875, these families controlled both sides of the 100-mile stretch of river. These working-class fishermen set the tone for the community for centuries to come.

Post-Industrialization

Industrialization was the leading force of Fishtown’s economy. Industries ranging from textiles to shipbuilding to electrical power plants made Fishtown the quintessential spot to find work and take up residence in the early 1900s. It was not until after the Great Depression and WW2 that the Fishtown and the city of Philadelphia has a whole, found themselves in a deindustrialization crisis. Deindustrialization is the process of social and economic change, which is due to the reduction in industrial capacity.

Without the means for industrial growth, the job opportunities ran out, and the early settlers headed for the suburbs. Those who stayed only did so because they could not afford the transition. Soon, Fishtown became one of Philadelphia’s most undesirable places to live.  For the last 30 years, the once prospering neighborhood has been littered with vacant buildings and infested with crime.

Until now.

Fishtown’s Revitalization

Today, more than half of the residents in Fishtown now work in professional occupations, up almost ⅔ from two decades ago, according to a 2016 report from Pew Charitable Trusts. This means that the previously working-class filled community now has a more educated population. Progress follows education.

Fishtown has made a miraculous comeback physical as well. The streets are clean and the walls are painted. The transformation spurred from higher-income creatives who saw potential and took advantage of the affordable properties. Progressive millennials and baby-boomers alike entered the community and replaced old businesses with new ones.

Today, Fishtown is home to some of the city’s hippest residents, restaurants and recreation.  

Frankford Avenue quickly rose as the new retail and social hub of the community. It is boasting coffee shops and  wine clubs, foodie favorites like taco,http restaurants and even a Lululemon. Not to mention Johnny Brenda’s, the all-encompassing bar that serves locally brewed beer and farm fresh meals until 1 a.m while showcasing live music.

Few neighborhoods have gone through changes as dramatic as Fishtown. The water-front settlement turned crime-ridden community is now a snapshot of Philadelphia’s best.

Predicting Philadelphia’s Future

Far too often, the City Of Brotherly Love is an overlooked gem in the Northeastern Megalopolis. It is the 2nd largest city on the Eastern Seaboard, the 5th largest city in the United States. For Philly, the last 5 years have been huge in terms of development.

Despite ominous predictions of nationwide housing market slowdowns in 2019, it seems that Philadelphia is one of the cities that will continue to thrive for the foreseeable future. Read on to learn why.

Rising Interest Rates

In the past three years, 30-year mortgage interest rates have boomed from three percent to five percent. Through 2019 alone, experts predict that these rates could rise multiple percentage points. This is bad news for any prospective home buyers on a modest budget, but good news for sellers who are looking to squeeze the most out of their home’s value.

This slight boost is a far cry from the early 1980s when mortgage rates hit their peak at 18.1%. Experts predict a bump to 5.8% by the end of the year, which isn’t quite as drastic as past rate hikes, but it’s still a steady climb which anyone interested in the Philly housing market should watch out for.

Cooling Housing Markets

Through both fiscal quarters of mid-2018, home values in Philly appreciated zero percent, meaning that no significant value gains or losses were made in home costs. By comparison, home values experienced a significant 12 percent post-Recession rise from the 4th Quarter of 2016 through the 4th Quarter of 2017, indicating that present real estate values are moving toward a slowdown. However, home values in Philadelphia’s surrounding suburbs experienced a 2.2% uptick. Whether or not this rise is indicative of a continual pattern remains to be seen. Once again, this is a sign that while the local market looks murky and iffy for home buyers, it does appear to be trending toward a bright future for home sellers.

Stabilizing Rent Costs

With all the economic pressures that come with buying, maintaining, and selling a home in the greater Philadelphia, it seems that apartment living spaces or rental homes would experience an unprecedented rise in demand. While that is true to an extent, it seems that more property developments must be made before rent prices rise up with that demand. Since last year, nearly 4,000 apartment properties have been declared “in progress” according to a 2018 report, as more and more ongoing projects concurrent with city revitalization efforts are coming into fruition.

Granted, certain rental prices appear to be on the rise, but these sporadic spikes may just be a side effect of the increase in rental properties and concessions. This leveled out market means that it’s a better time than ever for renters to get in now, and when demanding renters finally meet the supply of these new residential spaces, their subsequent prices will level out, without any unexpected fluctuations.

Slowing Construction

Post-pecession unit growth has escalated higher than it ever has, but like mortgage rates, it still hasn’t ascended anywhere near it’s pre-2000 peak. And, like other real estate market trends, experts foresee this construction slowing down, for better or worse, even whilst the city invests hundreds of millions into multiple revitalization efforts. While these efforts have by and large wrought provable success stories such as Harrowgate, Fishtown, or one of many redeveloped neighborhoods to blow up in the city as of late, the construction industry is still burdened under the weight of increasing material costs and increasingly shortchanged labor to implement those materials into their construction works.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the Philadelphia real estate market, though facing many slowdowns like the national real estate market, is not being totally hastened by these slowdowns; remember that slowdowns aren’t necessarily synonymous with stagnation. As a matter of fact, the door is opened wider than ever for more and more renters to meet the demands of the burgeoning rental market, and new luxury developments aside, it doesn’t seem that any massive rent upticks will be a concern anytime soon.

We are proud to work with some of the foremost developments in these rental ventures, including the renowned J-Street Lofts: visit our Residential Properties Page for more information and in-depth listings.

Open House & Property Showcase

At GM Holdings, we manage some of the finest affordable luxury properties in Philadelphia. Whether you’re an investor, an entrepreneur striving to get their business off the ground, or a renter simply looking for a fresh, exciting start, we have spaces available that are perfect for your needs.

You can start on our managed properties pages for our residential and commercial rental listings. On Sunday, June 2nd, you can visit our office and see those properties for yourself! From 12-4 P.M. at 2209 N American St., we will be holding our first ever Open House and Property Showcase! Whether you’re looking for a new office or an affordable, luxury apartment, this is a great opportunity to view some of these incredible spaces firsthand. From Kensington to the luxurious J-Street Lofts in Harrowgate, to Fishtown and other neighborhoods, this is a city brimming with excitement and promise, and we would love to have you be a part of it!

As well as having some of Philadelphia finest commercial and residential properties on display, we will also be serving food and beer. We hope to see you there!

What Is The Next Philly Neighborhood To Blow Up?

Normally, when people speak of booming revitalization in Philly, they typically focus the spotlight on Fishtown as a shining example of its success, and for very good reason. However, the recent success in Fishtown has left some wondering; what is the next big revitalized Philly neighborhood to blow up? There’s more than one answer to that question, but to learn more about all of them, read on below.

Olney

Out of all the examples of how Philadelphia neighborhoods can blend as diverse, beautiful, harmonious, and thriving cultural melting points, Olney is perhaps amongst the best of the best. Residents and tourists alike don’t have to venture far to find eateries with authentic cuisine tastes from Mexico, Jamaica, Korea, Colombia, and elsewhere. The numbers don’t lie either; as of 2015, approximately 35% of Olney residents were born outside the United States.

North 5th Street has built a reputation for itself as an incredible hotspot for immigrant entrepreneurs to shine, strive, and move closer toward realizing their own American dreams. Along with small businesses, the neighborhood has been home to several community centers for people to find common ground, connections, and solidarity. To top it off, for as low as $750 a month for renting a single bedroom residence, it’s a remarkably affordable option for those who want city life without some of the higher city prices.  

Brewerytown

The name harkens back to none other than the 19th and 20th Century breweries that dominated local business in this area, but while there’s still plenty of good, noteworthy craft beer places like Rybrew in the area, they’re far from the only noteworthy thing in the area. For starters, with SEPTA all over the area, Center City a mere 15 minute drive (or 25 minute walk) away, and the Art Museum, Fairmount Park, and Philly all in walking distance, it’s remarkably easy to get around. It wouldn’t be a new Fishtown contender without overwhelming food options, retail options, and dozens of new developments arising in such a short time, most notably, the 31 Brewerytown Luxury Apartments. Yes, there’s plenty of good eats to compliment Brewerytown’s good drinks, and with rents as low as $475 or $635 a month, you don’t need to shell out a lot to get in on the action.

Harrowgate

For over 200 years, Harrowgate has prospered as a lively, diverse, and promising community, and it’s only looking to be on the up and up. Moreover, given that it’s situated only a few blocks from the Tioga El Subway station, residents are privileged with an easy, convenient throughline to the rest of the city. Like the other neighborhoods, Harrowgate has started to become a great epicenter of authentic multicultural foods and Vietnamese coffee, though revitalization efforts have really shined through on the residential front: one of the most prolific complexes to lead this neighborhood real estate resurgence has been George Manosis’ J-Street Lofts, offering luxury city living at affordable rates. If you wish to seek further information about the J Street Lofts, please visit our Residential Properties page for more in-depth listings. If you have any more general inquiries, please visit our Contact Page and fill out the form for a prompt consultation. No matter which neighborhood you decide to call home in the end, happy hunting!

What To Look For When Choosing A New Office

Trying to get a new startup or small business off the ground as an entrepreneur can be a stressful process. You’ll also need to find an adequate location to start or grow your company. A great workspace will make a pivotal first impression on your employees and clients, and given that the typical commercial lease lasts for 3-5 years, you’ll also need to consider a location that meets both your present and future needs before you make any commitments.

At GM Holdings, we aim to make the leasing process easy and to help you find the perfect office space. If you are an entrepreneur in the Greater Philadelphia area, we have an entire page devoted to our commercial properties for rent. For further assistance in searching for an office space, you can fill out our Contact Form or call our offices at 215-987-6477. Regardless of where you’re based, here are some factors to consider when looking for any new office space.  

Location

To offer an effective workspace for your employees, you’ll want it to be based in a location that they feel comfortable going to and from. Consider factors such as the region’s safety and security, transit/transportation accessibility, as well as the things surrounding the office itself. Supplying enough parking spaces is crucial, and having plenty of dining or fitness center options during lunch break, or bars and nightclubs to spice things up after work, go a long way to make the work week feel less like a monotonous cycle for your clients, employees, and yourself.

If you’d rather opt for a cheaper, suburban office space with fewer means of public transit, make sure that the lighter lease is worth the tradeoff of fewer clients and employees who may not be willing to drive. Even with the luxury of remote work facetime, in-person meetings can still be a crucial facet of building a sense of rapport between you and your associates.

Cost

This one’s a tricky tightrope to walk. Set too low of a budget and you risk having an office that is insufficient in size and quality. Spend too far outside your comfortable budget zone, and you risk being unable to keep up the rent and other business expenses. Before you even think about putting your John Hancock on that lease, always account for the FULL cost of what you’re getting, including rent, utilities, construction, moving costs, and some of the less overt, more unwritten costs such as parking or maintenance.

Consider if you can afford at least the initial security deposit and first three months of rent. To ensure that you’re truly getting the best deal for your buck, always consider the prices for similar spaces in the area.

Size

As a general rule of thumb, it’s recommended that you allot 70 square feet of workspace per person. Depending on your staff’s other needs, such as the size of meeting spots, break rooms, or any additional storage or desk space, you may want to bolster that square footage.

To maintain inclusivity, you also want to ensure that your landlord’s office space is compliant and up to snuff to the Americans With Disabilities Act. Doors to office suites must be at least 32 inches wide, take fewer than five pounds of force to open, and that all conference tables span 27 inches or higher to accommodate wheelchair accessibility. For a more comprehensive, helpful overview on all of the ADA’s compliance standards, view their official employer checklist here.

Infrastructure

Before you commit, always ask the landlord or property manager for an ISP speed test, and if the space is a shared complex for other businesses, don’t be afraid to ask around about their prior experiences with the infrastructure.

Printed documents and traditional mailed paper materials may hold less priority or importance in the modern age, but nevertheless, any sort of postal services are still an added plus to keep your workflow moving. Always ask if the property has a dedicated postal address, and beyond communication infrastructure, you’ll also want to consider if a space will allow you any freedom over customizing your physical infrastructure. Hung paintings, pictures, or wall decorations may not be a vital necessity quite like the other priorities to look forward to, but nevertheless, it can still be a useful tenant of bolstering company branding and making your business stand out.

J Street Lofts: Apartments For Rent In Harrowgate

If you’ve followed recent real estate development in Philadelphia, you’ll see exciting reinvestment and revitalization underway in many neighborhoods throughout the city. One recent pioneer in this regard has been Kensington developer George Manosis, whose J-Street Lofts have been reinventing the luxury apartment market in the neighborhood of Harrowgate.

Perhaps unfairly characterized as an underprivileged neighborhood, Harrowgate’s reputation has recently been reinvented to a diverse, thriving, and increasingly safe community for Philadelphians who are looking for luxury city living at a more affordable cost.

At the forefront of this prosperity, of course, has been our own J Street Loft complex: with 64 (soon 88) units for rent, these lofts are a perfect combination industrial style and modernity. Each unit offers renters incredible space at an incredible value, with a 980-1400 square foot range, a ceiling at least 12 feet high, and a remarkable 32 feet height in the bi-level units.

Newer HVAC ductwork coexists in seamless tandem with resilient brick, pillar, and pipe systems that still run in tip-top shape to this day. Depending on the space, bedroom, or unit type you’re looking for, rent will generally run either $1400-$2400 a month, and with that lease, tenants will also be afforded access to one secure parking space in a gated lot, convenient nearby access to the Tioga subway station, an outdoor courtyard, a spacious lobby area, a fitness center, and a dog walk area. Though the complex is pet-friendly, pet policies may vary across units based on weight, breeds, or number of pets: refer to the lease agreement paperwork, or contact the leasing agent for more information.

For more information about our J Street properties for rent, you can visit our Residential Properties for comprehensive, in-depth listings of each open unit. If you have any further inquiries, you can shoot them over toward our Contact Form, or call our office at 215-425-4475.

The Future Of Harrowgate

Since 1784, Harrowgate has been one of the most culturally rich neighborhoods in Philadelphia. The neighborhood was pioneered by American Revolutionary George Esterly, who discovered that the area was a hotbed of clean, fresh spring water.

From there, Esterly established a lively, serene spa with beautiful spring gardens, overnight housing, concerts, food, coach transit, and more. Unfortunately, the spring was approximated to dry up sometime around 1800, but the future for the neighborhood has never been brighter. Now more than ever, Harrowgate is thriving as a diverse and promising community for luxury housing at affordable rates, with an 8% lower cost of living than Pennsylvania’s average, as well as the common national average.

Like many Philly neighborhoods before it, Harrowgate is the latest previously underappreciated gem to undergo revitalization, reform, and reinvestment. One of the most prominent examples of this can be found in our very own J-Street Lofts. Our owner George Manosis developed these properties to offer tenants, spacious, luxury city living at affordable, monthly $1400 rates. Alongside a 980-1400 square foot, multi-level living space, the complex offers tenants pet-friendly living (rules may vary), a secure, gated parking spot, a lobby, and fitness center, free of charge. In addition, the neighborhood has carried Esterly’s favorability of public transportation into the 21st century, being a mere convenient block from the Tioga El subway train station.

If you have any more questions concerning Harrowgate or our units for rent there, you can visit our Residential Properties page for more in-depth listings, as well as our Contact Page for any further inquiries. Or, to call our offices directly for prompt consultation, please dial 215-789-9648.

1 Bedroom Apartments Available in Philly – April 2019

Top 1 Bedroom Apartments Available this Month

3450 J St Philadelphia PA 19134, Philadelphia, PA 19134

Rent: $1,700/month

1 bed, 1.5 bath

Description: This beautiful 1 bedroom apartment is located in walking distance to the train within a gated community. Enjoy a spacious bedroom, with a full bathroom overlooking a large living room with a bar style counter top and a half bath in the hallway. The property also comes with private parking, gym, common outdoor and indoor areas for entertaining guest, and 24-hour security and surveillance of the property and the gated parking lot. All locks at the property are electronic so you will never have to worry about being locked out!

3450 J St – # 110, Philadelphia, PA 19134

Rent: $1,900/month

1 bed, 1.5 bath

Description: This beautiful multi-level unit comes fully loaded with all necessary appliances including a washer and dryer. The first level has your kitchen and living space with a half bathroom. The second floor has your bedroom with large closet space and a very large bathroom with a rain-forest shower. The third floor is a nice office/den space that could be used for personal work or storage. This unit is in a gated community that includes 24-hour security and a parking lot that you will be given access to. You will also have access to a gym inside the building with a signed lease. The building also comes equipped with an electronic lock system that will prevent you from ever being locked out.

1822 E Glenwood Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19134

Rent: $1,950/month

1 bed, 1.5 bath

Description: This beautiful spacious 1 bedroom apartment is located in walking distance to the train in a gated community. The huge master bedroom comes equipped with 2 large closets with shelving and a full bathroom. There is a half bath in the very spacious living room that is connected to a large kitchen area with a bar style counter. The unit has two entrances, one street side and one towards the gated parking lot. The property is always under 24 hour security and surveillance including the gated parking lot and outdoor common area for your comfort. Every lease comes with one parking spot in the lot with additional street parking around the property.

1822 E Glenwood, Philadelphia, PA 19134

Rent: $1,600/month

1 bed, 1.5 bath

Description: This gorgeous 1 bedroom apartment is located in walking distance to the train in a gated community. Enjoy a spacious bedroom with a full bath and large closet space. There is a large living room which is connected to your full kitchen that has a bar style counter top. There is a large gated common outdoor area for all tenants to use as they please. Each lease comes with a parking spot in the gated lot for your convenience. All properties are under 24 hour security and surveillance for your comfort and safety.

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