We in the property preservation business also help to keep the yards mowed and the weeds taken care of so that these houses are not looking as if they are not cared for.
Spectrum Enterprises LLC was at the Baltimore Builds Expo held at the Westside Skills Center on the 9th of June 2012. Proponents of the Vacants to Value Initiative since it began, Spectrum have joined the Expo to further promote the many great opportunities available to investors and buyers who may be interested in purchasing city-owned properties for rehabilitation, as well as homeowners looking to purchase one of the restored properties.
As of late 2011, Baltimore City had over 16,000 vacant or abandoned buildings many of which have lay deserted for several years. The Vacants to Value Initiative was set in place by the city in 2011 to help overcome the growing blight. As property rehabilitation specialists, Spectrum Enterprises know the importance of restoring these properties and turning them into profitable real estate. The initiative not only provides a noteworthy opportunity for potential homeowners and property developers, but it helps to improve the city… a win-win for Baltimore!
Bert Daniel of Spectrum Enterprises LLC remarks, “The Vacants To Value Initiative has been one of the most proactive ways for Baltimore City to curtail the blight of vacant and abandoned properties and make homeowners out of many people who thought they could never own. For those who thought home ownership was just a dream, this initiative could pave the way to many happy futures and clean up Baltimore at the same time. We are so pleased to be able to support the initiative in any way we can.”
We say way to go for your city and for the people that will buy the homes after they are fixed up. Can other cities take a note from the city of Baltimore to help in this way? What companies will stand up to help? We will have to see.
D&D Taking Out The Trash,LLC