If you're male and between the ages of 18 and 34, you could do worse than living in Baltimore.
So says Forbes, which features an analysis from Rent.com of the top cities for single men
. Baltimore made this list, along with Washington, D.C., Boston, Philadelphia and New York City. Rent.com says these are cities where women outnumber men by nearly 10 percent.
This is what Rent.com
had to say about Baltimore:
"This delightful town wakes up locals with enchanting seascapes that capture both hearts and minds."
The Domino Sugar sign floating in the water is surely a nice view, but enchanting SEAscapes?
"Perhaps the call of the Atlantic is the romantic siren that draws so many young, single women to the town and the men in droves behind them."
The call of the Atlantic? In droves?
Hey we love Baltimore as much as the next person but someone needs to tell Rent.com that the body of water at the Inner Harbor ain't the Atlantic.
Meanwhile, Rent.com says all the single ladies need to move out to the West Coast. It cites Los Angeles, Seattle, Phoenix, San Jose and Seattle as the top cities for single women