Attention Gen-Zers: Baltimore City Wants To Sell $1 Homes 

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by Tyler Durden
Wednesday, Mar 20, 2024 - 10:00 PM

The failed leftist mayor of Baltimore City, Brandon Scott, wants to practically give away vacant row homes to attract new residents and expand the tax base. This initiative comes as the city's population crashes to a century-low and lawless neighborhoods are littered with vacant row homes. 

Bloomberg reports Mayor Scott plans to offer residents more than 200 city-owned vacant properties for $1 each. However, those residents must rehab the homes and live in them. The proposal could be voted on as soon as Wednesday. 

WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren recently attended an oversight hearing at City Hall where several council members asked Scott's administration to postpone a vote on the measure. 

"There are so many risks and hazards associated with these vacant properties," resident Maurice Brock told WJZ's Hellgren. 

Brock said, "It's a definite safety risk for citizens, for city employees and firefighters."

Five decades of Democratic control have produced a massive exodus of the population, leaving 13,500 vacant homes across the city. Those who wish to stay anonymous but have participated in rehabbing vacant row homes in the city before, tell us the figure is much higher. 

Bloomberg noted Scott's plan to sell vacant homes is reminiscent of the city's "dollar house" program from the 1970s. 

The move to revitalize Baltimore (or at least attempt) comes as the city's total population recently crashed to a 100-year-low, losing nearly 40% of its people since the peak of almost a million in the early 1960s. 

Who in their right mind would buy a vacant home in an imploding city? 

Baltimore City is a prime example that whatever Democrats touch turns to dust.

As for Gen-Zers and millennials who have been priced out of homes - well now is your chance to buy at the rock bottom.