Homicides hammer Baltimore, other urban real estate markets

Baltimore’s residential real estate market is bearing the brunt of the economic consequences from the city’s continued struggle with violent crime. Earlier this month Baltimore surpassed 300 homicides for 2019 marking the fifth consecutive year killings surpassed that milestone. While the violence creates a drag on various sectors of the regional economy, the city’s residential real ...

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