Foreclosure Exposure

Spencer, Scott
November 2009
Best's Review;Nov2009, Vol. 110 Issue 7, p72
Trade Publication
The article reports on the risks of the growing vacant homes which may affect homeowners in the U.S. It notes that those who are living near the areas which are prone to hurricanes, including Florida, the Golf coast and the Eastern Seaboard are more at risk. The author suggests some steps to protect their properties, by keeping an up-to-date maintenance efforts on their properties, making sure that the alarm systems are activated and functional.


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