Put down your drink, because we've got some sobering stats here. (Wait, maybe you want your drink back.)
By next year, one in four homes in Detroit will stand empty; right now, 18 percent of addresses in the city feature, uh, nobody living there. This is up, way up, from just two years ago. Then, there were 41,802 vacant residences; this year, we've got 72,527.
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