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6 Cities That Will Pay You To Live There
Arch Phoenix
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07-18-2012 11:50 AM

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6 Cities That Will Pay You To Live There
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in the face of declining or slowing population growth, some cities have decided to get aggressive about their survival.

Some cities are giving away free land, while others are literally handing out stacks of cash to folks who agree to move. If you’re in the mood for a new town, why not have the town pay to have all of your awesomeness? :)


Here are the 6 cities that really, really want you to move…


1. Detroit, Michigan

We all know the trouble Detroit has had in recent years and it seems they’ve decided to do something about.

For starters, the town is giving away 100 beaten-down homes that are in need of some TLC. They’ll even give you $150,000 to help with the renovations. Some of the houses are pretty cool looking, but they’ll no doubt need more than $150,000 in repairs…

Another program in Detroit is offering college graduates a $2,500 first year allowance and a $1000 second year allowance towards the cost of renting an apartment/condo in the city. They’re also offering up to $20,000 in forgivable loans for new homebuyers who purchase a property in the city.

In order to participate, you’ve got to work for one of the companies that have partnered with the city to offer this program. Some of those companies include Compuware, Quicken Loans, and Strategic Staffing Solutions.

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07-18-2012 11:51 AM

 



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RE: 6 Cities That Will Pay You To Live There
Arch Phoenix  Wrote: (07-18-2012 11:50 AM)
In order to participate, you’ve got to work for one of the companies that have partnered with the city to offer this program. Some of those companies include Compuware, Quicken Loans, and Strategic Staffing Solutions.

Lmao
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07-18-2012 12:35 PM

 



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RE: 6 Cities That Will Pay You To Live There
the blacks who are not from Detroit are afraid of the blacks from Detroit.

They are not going to move there.

You have no concept of the Barbarity of the situation.

They are not going to move there / & if they did, they certainly would not survive /

White people will not move there. the area is Segragated by the choice of both groups vs by law. It is a socail norm and seems to be enforced.
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07-18-2012 12:42 PM

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That would be like a blood offering to the Gods of Detroit ! How long would a family last ?
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howcould a city as dead broke detroit offer money for anything take it in cash an run that lil yellow pen over it ta make sure its real.Jptdknpa
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07-18-2012 02:03 PM

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RE: 6 Cities That Will Pay You To Live There
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-18-2012 01:57 PM)
howcould a city as dead broke detroit offer money for anything take it in cash an run that lil yellow pen over it ta make sure its real.Jptdknpa

if its a hologram, guess any city ... could come with money lol
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07-18-2012 02:16 PM

 



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RE: 6 Cities That Will Pay You To Live There
Arch Phoenix  Wrote: (07-18-2012 11:50 AM)
http://www.thepennyhoarder.com/2012/03/6...live-there

in the face of declining or slowing population growth, some cities have decided to get aggressive about their survival.

Some cities are giving away free land, while others are literally handing out stacks of cash to folks who agree to move. If you’re in the mood for a new town, why not have the town pay to have all of your awesomeness? :)


Here are the 6 cities that really, really want you to move…


1. Detroit, Michigan

We all know the trouble Detroit has had in recent years and it seems they’ve decided to do something about.

For starters, the town is giving away 100 beaten-down homes that are in need of some TLC. They’ll even give you $150,000 to help with the renovations. Some of the houses are pretty cool looking, but they’ll no doubt need more than $150,000 in repairs…

Another program in Detroit is offering college graduates a $2,500 first year allowance and a $1000 second year allowance towards the cost of renting an apartment/condo in the city. They’re also offering up to $20,000 in forgivable loans for new homebuyers who purchase a property in the city.

In order to participate, you’ve got to work for one of the companies that have partnered with the city to offer this program. Some of those companies include Compuware, Quicken Loans, and Strategic Staffing Solutions.

What companies and businesses, pray tell, are left to staff??
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