ARUNDEL PROPERTY CARE


You'll be so comfortable in this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom with family room and large fenced back yard!  Relax in the basement family room, Full size washer and dryer included! Two large storage sheds included.


Quick drive to commuter routes and shopping close by.


Shown by Appointment only. SHOWINGS BEGIN SOON

MORE PICTURES SOON


All applications must be filled out online, all applications considered: Employment verification, credit, criminal, eviction and references checked.


Sorry ABSOLUTELY NO SMOKING.


Dogs accepted on case by case basis.

REFUNDABLE Pet Deposit required and no monthly pet rent fee.


Sorry, we do not accept section 8, nor do we co-op with Realtors.


Tenant responsible for all Utilities, Dog Friendly Property, No Cats.

3 bedroom / 2 bath Split level in Glen Burnie!


                                 HOME SWEET HOME


​214 Turnwood Ct.

Glen Burnie, MD 21061

                                               $  1900 /month 

                        6 month lease with month to month after.    

                                                

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We can't stress enough for the public to beware of real estate rental scams!
Some of our listings have been stolen  and posted on craigs-list or other free rental websites. They steal our descriptions and photos but attach their 'too good to be true' price and a fake name. Here is how they work:


Someone posts a fraudulent ad, usually online where it’s free (like on Craigslist) for a rental property at a smokin’ rate.  When an unsuspecting tenant responds to the ad and agrees to rent the property, the con artist, posing as the owner, makes excuses as to why he can't personally show you the house or meet you with the lease. He'll want you to fill out an online application and then quickly moves with instructions on how to send him the deposit.  He'll even go as far as to look up and use the real owners name and send you wonderful mission trip info claiming he's on a mission or has a new job transfer. When the tenant hands over the deposit, the ‘landlord’ is never heard from again, nor do your keys ever arrive in the mail. 
 
To avoid being duped on a rental property, follow these tips:
 
Never trust a deal that seems too good to be true.  It probably is.
Always inspect a property prior to purchase or rental.  If the ‘owner’ has some story as to why he/she doesn’t have the keys or can't meet you, or encourages you 'to look in windows', contact the internet website server immediately and let the opportunity go!