BALTIMORE - There are at least 30,000 incorporated cities in the United States. Among those, Baltimore ranks as the 19th best place to trick-or-treat.
It’s good news if you’re looking to do little walking for the best candy. In fact, that’s how real estate market stats company Zillow ranked the cities. Factors like value index, population density, walk score and crime rate came into play.
Zillow didn’t stop there… In a blog found at www.zillowblog.com, the company went as far as to rank the top five areas in Baltimore City to trick-or-treat.
Here’s how they fare:
3) Roland Park
For more information on the Zillow trick-or-treat rankings, follow this link: http://bit.ly/1c2ST2C
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