Distressed Properties: 5 Clear Signs

Do you have concerns about a property in your neighborhood that seems to be deteriorating? Are you a city official who is trying to address dangerous properties in your town? Or perhaps you are an attorney representing a community that is trying to take care of distressed properties. There are clear signs that a property may be considered “distressed,” and there are many stakeholders who are concerned about these properties. If you are one of those concerned parties, this article will help you recognize the signs of a distressed property and how to address them.

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