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Bringing down homes

Minot foreclosure rate climbs post-flood

November 3, 2013

Foreclosures in Minot have multiplied since the 2012 flood, and numbers continue to climb....

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Nov-04-13 12:25 PM

The flood happened in 2011.

Please fact-check your articles. Minot Faily News

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Nov-03-13 11:38 AM

Well foreclosures as a lot had their homes paid off or just starting out with these loans and refinancing or just walking away.......but ask those who had their house paid off, limited income, and so forth what they will be working for the rest of their lives and not enjoying retirement...Now that's a story in boo on you....

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Nov-03-13 11:33 AM

Not as bad as it was early on but there are a few that are being sold as is. The Sanitation drivers have a pretty good idea of what is going on so a notice/rules and regulations is left at the property.

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Nov-03-13 11:13 AM

Have there been many sites where the debris has been left on the boulevards?

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Nov-03-13 8:27 AM

As noted by the Realtor....investors waiting at the doorsteps when these homes are listed. Let htem take notice...Rental and Investment Properties: All construction, demolition debris, along with bulk items left behind by tenants at an investment/rental property during the time of no tenant occupancy, are the responsibility of the property owner and cannot be placed on the curb for pick up by sanitation crews.

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