crime on properties: Protecting Your Property - 08/16/10 10:49 AM
It's a fact: Some neighborhoods are more safe than others. It's also true that while a neighborhood may be quite safe at the time you purchase an investment property, things can go downhill at any time (happily, this phenomenon can work in the opposite direction as well). To make things even trickier, high crime rates aren't necessarily limited to "bad" areas. Sometimes crime can trickle into nicer areas from surrounding neighborhoods, which is why it's important to really do your homework before investing in a property-some hazards are simply not immediately obvious.
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