Foreclosure registry aids code enforcement, but can't overcome all obstacles

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Foreclosure registry aids code enforcement, but can’t overcome all obstacles

Foreclosure registry aids code enforcement, but can’t overcome all obstacles

Nearly $1.4 million has been collected through the registry, half of which goes to county

Palm Beach Post-

Someone once loved the little house at 6738 Fourth St. enough to hand-glue seashells to the mailbox and paint the walls a sunny yellow.

But that was a long time ago. The shells, bleached white from the sun, are dropping off and while the walls are still bright, an open sliding glass door in back leads into rooms littered with stale human artifacts — dirty paper plates, a little girl’s pink plastic high-heeled shoe, a filthy Winnie-the-Pooh blanket, a super-size squirt gun, dozens of DVD cases.

It’s been a year since Palm Beach County began requiring banks to pay $150 to register their foreclosures. Nearly $1.4 million has been collected, and officers slogging through foreclosure inventory are happy to now know who to contact when a property sours.

Sometimes, though, that’s only half the battle.

[PALM BEACH POST]

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