What can a billion bucks get you in Baltimore?

Baltimore, Md. (WMAR) - A billion bucks— what would you do with it?

Everybody is talking about it— gas stations were packed all over the place.

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WMAR-2 News' Eddie Kadhim did a little digging on some of the most expensive things that could be yours in Baltimore— if you've got the ticket.

If you’re a big sports fan you’re going to have to settle for dropping a couple grand on season tickets.
Forbes has the Baltimore Ravens at number 27 on the list of the 50 most valuable sports team at $2.5 billion.

The Orioles would be a little out of your price range too with an estimated value of $1.2 billion dollars.

Peter Angelos bought the franchise for $173 million in 1993.

You could buy a yacht similar to Steve Bisciotti’s 130-foot long harbor famous “Winning Drive” that’s listed around $20 million.

“Oh yeah season tickets to the Ravens definitely that would be great,” said Anna Geer.

If sports aren’t your thing how about some luxury living.

Luxury Realtor Angel Stevens has the harbors premiere spot overlooking the water listed as available.

The former home of author Tom Clancy is 12 thousand square feet and it could be yours for $7,900,000 million.

If you want to travel outside of the city and drop some more dough.

How about A mansion in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Realtor.com has it listed as the most expensive home in the state at $25.9 million.

”I'd say a mansion out in Middleburg bunch of land a bunch of horses, a bunch of cats,“ said Dylan Durant.
Everyone has an idea on what their first purchase would be.

“Business, if I had this right here I’m getting that business.  Any business as long as I can keep getting more money,” One man said as he penciled in his numbers.

Cameron Webster said he would give back.

"I'm going to give back to the community, I'm going to give back to my family,” said Cameron Webster. “I'm going to give back to everybody that doesn't have all the homeless people ya feel me.  I'm going to make sure they got a home.“

Good luck.
 

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