, if all goes as planned, a web site will appear listing all the vacant properties Baltimore City has for sale. It'll be "just like if you went to RE/MAX dot com," according to Ryan O'Doherty, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's spokesperson. Or maybe better than RE/MAX. Along with photographs, prices, and maps, there will be estimated rehab costs and links to special financing. Selected small developers will be able to tap a $1 million revolving loan fund to finance renovations. City cops, teachers, and firefighters desiring to move into the formerly abandoned derelicts will be eligible for low-cost, city-backed $5,000 loans.