Baltimore doesn't always score points for offering low taxes to city dwellers.
But a report from KPMG says the city's low commercial property taxes and relatively cheap office space makes it the sixth best city for business. The report was featured in 24/7 Wall St. Wire.
Median income increased 1.7 percent in Baltimore between 2007 and 2010, making it the ninth-wealthiest major city in the U.S., 24/7 Wall St. writes.
Cincinnati, Atlanta and Orlando, Fla., were the top three business-friendly cities. You can read the rest of the report here