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'I Want to Buy A Building' - A Free talk about property ownership for artists

Ever dreamt of owning a church, warehouse, funeral home, boarded mansion, or corner bodega? Seeking a unique, multi-use property for your creative practice? Baltimore City real estate affords significant opportunities for artists and creative professionals, but the path to owning property is not clear-cut… especially if your income is unpredictable. guerilla / realty will be holding an informational session, I Want to Buy a Building, at Platform Arts Center that will cover property ownership geared towards artists.

You probably already have a few spaces on your mind, but so often real estate feels inaccessible. You are entitled to information about this process and we will demystify it for you. Learn what’s really involved when purchasing a building, and you will leave with the information and tools you need to start the process. All four agents will be present to share information and experience - Rachel Rabinowitz, David Tomasko, Tomeka Givens, and Makeda Phillander.

Baltimore is not your standard city with a typical real estate scene. The agents at guerilla / realty have experience working for artists and successfully pairing them with distinct homes and buildings in Baltimore City. Whether that means following auctions, searching out bank owned properties, or working with the client to find incentives, loans, and available grants, they can connect the dots and sort through the information. It is possible to take the step from renting to owning. Equal Housing Opportunity.

Where: Platform Arts Center, 116 W. Mulberry Street

When: October 16th 6pm-8pm

No RSVP required, just show up!

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