Why so many parks for sale in Flint, Michigan

Just wondering why there are so many parks for sale in Flint, Michigan. Has anyone else noticed that? Am I missing something obvious here?

I haven’t looked into it, but maybe the inventory is building up because no one wants to buy in one of the worst locations in the country?

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Flint water crisis? Even though it’s technically over… it will take years before the tarnished image is repaired, if ever.

Houses cost under 50k. I know the numbers on best places look respectable. But go to zillow and you can buy a house all day for under 50k. Also the property taxes are insanely high.

Theres a Netflix show called Flint Town , you can check it out to see some of the issues facing Flint.

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Just look at the data on best places and its screaming to avoid Flint, 30% pop decline. Smarter people than me have also told me to steer clear of Detroit and Flint for the time being. You can fix a house you can fix a park, but you cant fix a city by yourself, especially ones in the middle of an exodus. The deals do look good though and I long for the day those Metros come back to life and thrive.

Where are all the Flint Deals? I don’t see anything on mobilehomeparkstore or loopnet.

It’s NOT “over. “ Just this past week there was a half hour long show on NPR about how people can’t still drink water, have to buy water, and it’s very expensive for low income people to live there. If there are no quality potential buyers or renters, then of course they would be trying to unload parks. Besides, there was a multi year Netflix series on the police of Flint Michigan…it’s one of the worst crime areas in the USA.

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