Streamlining ITV Processes

Parker, Wally
July 2008
Best's Review;Jul2008, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents a commentary on the article "Coming Up Short" in the May 2008 issue. The author further clarifies and reviews few key points of the article. He notes that the percentage of insured-to-value and percentage of homes referred to are mentioned without presenting verification of the information nor as to how the numbers are developed. He argues that the real issues quoted in the article are the swing to upscale housing coincided with the surge in the economy in 1982.


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