After media spotlight, bank levels horrid house with over $6Million in code violations

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After media spotlight, bank levels horrid house with over $6Million in code violations

After media spotlight, bank levels horrid house with over $6Million in code violations

Sun-Sentinel-

A house that came to look like a Third World shack — neglected for years in South Florida’s foreclosure crisis — finally has been torn down by its owner, Deutsche Bank.

The single-story home, at 1032 NW Fourth Ave., was an eyesore and a hazard. Its windows were boarded shut. Trash was strewn about the tall grass. A homeless man often slept on the porch, which was rotting apart. City code violations had grown to a ridiculous sum — more than $6 million.

The house was featured prominently in a series of stories, titled Bad Neighbor Banks, published by the Sun Sentinel in late April.

[SUN-SENTINEL]

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