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Under pressure from advocates, Baltimore to remove 2,500 owner-occupied homes from annual tax sale

May 4, 2021

Baltimore will remove about 2,500 owner-occupied homes from the city’s annual tax sale — withdrawing them from the properties with liens that were slated to go to auction this month due to unpaid taxes and fees. The decision, announced Monday by Democratic Mayor Brandon Scott, came amid mounting pressure from advocates to cancel the May 17 sale or remove homeowners from the process amid an economic crisis created by measures to control the coronavirus pandemic.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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