Real Estate

The 35 Best ‘Bad’ Neighborhoods to Buy a Home In

If you can live anywhere, why not go where the housing is cheap?

A vacant, unfinished home in an abandoned development outside of Greensboro, North Carolina.

Photographer: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg

Are you a real estate investor who wants to profit the old-fashioned way, by buying low and selling high? Are you a mobile American worker in a city where the rents are rising fast and home prices are through the roof? 

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