Doing business with the City has never been easier.Take a look at our up-to-date list of current opportunities. You can also get information on Financial & Programmatic Support. Whether you’re a large-scale developer, a local community development corporation, a faith-based developer, or an individual homesteader, we encourage you to bid.
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Are you interested in finding a diamond in the rough? Can you put on your V2V rose colored glasses? If you can, then we have the perfect opportunity for you. Search these properties for the best investment you will ever make!
Track City-Owned Properties Sold through Vacants to Value
Interested to see our progress? Check here to see what properties have sold and what their status is today.
Track Properties Going through the Receivership Process.
Have your eye on a particular receivership property? Wondering where it stands? Check here to see where vacants being auctioned stand.
Baltimore Housing purchases a wide variety of goods and services such as office supplies, stoves and refrigerators, various construction items, etc. HABC also procures a myriad of professional services, including pest control, legal, architectural and engineering services. See Opportunities and Information
Registering and renting your property in Baltimore City has never been easier. Here you'll find resources and links that will help you join the Choice Voucher Program, list your Property Online and manage payment information.
The Office of Project Finance provides funding for the production of rental and for-sale housing opportunities in order to create decent, safe and affordable housing for the citizens of Baltimore City.
- Facilitate Baltimores revitalization
- Support real estate developers in efforts to finance projects
- Coordinate various City, State and Federal agencies to meet deadlines
- Provide construction oversight to mitigate rework, cost and delay
- Ensure compliance with all regulations applicable to our funding sources
Look for open opportunities in the Project Based Voucher Program For Units Serving Non-Elderly Persons with Disabilities and/or UFAS Certified Units and/or Other PBV Units
Get Information on opportunities for Community Housing Development Organization funding (this should be a link that has the attached application)
Have a question about the NoFA or policies and procedures? Click here.
Demolition Site Maps
Baltimore Housing seeks to create a Baltimore in which every current and future resident lives in a safe and stable neighborhood. The removal of vacant and abandoned buildings is a critical tool that helps the City eliminate blight in order to stabilize housing values, leverage investments, enhance public safety, and create reuse opportunities and green space.
Population loss and other economic factors over the past 60 years have left Baltimore with upwards of 17,000 vacant and boarded structures. Based on location, population trends, and market demand, about 5,500 of those vacants have good potential for redevelopment. Market demand for the remaining 11,500, however, is very limited. These 11,500 properties are candidates for demolition. Under Vacants to Value, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s commitment of $10 million per year in demolition funding has allowed us to concentrate significant resources on blight elimination in recent years.
While there is much more need for demolition than current resources allow, Baltimore Housing strives to identify demolitions that will have the most impact on affected neighborhoods. We prioritize demolitions that accomplish at least one of several goals: support investment, stabilize areas of moderate or high homeownership, promote public safety, address community requests, and create opportunities for green space and other reuse. We also prioritize demolition where the least amount of relocation will be necessary. Properties are identified by gathering input from community leaders, City agencies, and other stakeholders in addition to analyzing the available data.
In cases where there are one or more occupied houses on a targeted block, those residents have access to relocation benefits in order to promote whole-block solutions for impacted communities. Each resident is contacted by one of Baltimore Housing’s relocation specialists who is committed to offering the family a substantial benefits package and helping them find a new home if needed.
If you have questions about a specific demolition site on the map, or if you want to propose a location for future demolition, please contact the Demolition Department at 410-396-3512 or at email@example.com. If there is a property that you believe to be an immediate danger to the public, please report it to 311 as soon as possible.
Created in 2007, Neighborhood Investment is designed to help expedite the disposition of city-owned properties, provide capacity building opportunities in housing development for community-based, non-profit organizations, stabilize neighborhoods and facilitate resident’s direct participation in the community revitalization process. This division provides direct oversight to the offices of Homeownership and Rehabilitation as well as the CDBG.