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Six Risks of Buying Foreclosures Part 2.The Future Value of the Neighborhood

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Six Risks Part 2.The Future Value of the Neighborhood

What good is the neighborhood if dead pit bull dogs are all over the place?

It's very important that the neighborhood be kept clean and sanitary.

Memphis was voted the cleanest city in the nation by area civic organization many times until the garbage strike of 1968.

But the real estate values have remained constant.

Citizens have never had better trash collections in 40 years.

I've always been in favor of equipping the city with garbage trucks that have floral designs decorating the cab and the utility garbage compactor.

What kind of issues do you see creating a market slump?

David Saks

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