You can spot them right away by the "natural" look of the lawn. As the beautiful wildflowers appear where there was once green grass, it becomes very apparent that something about this property has changed.
It is neither motivated by the embracing of the notion of "going green" and getting back to nature nor by a desire to save the planet. Rather, it is the after effect mandated by a true lack of the "green" that is necessary to maintain a mortgage, let alone a manicured lawn.
There is a "twilight zone" of time that occurs between the time a house is abandoned, and the time it appears back on the market as an REO property or HUD home. It's the time when everyone asks the question "what the heck is going on over there?"
Some attempt to penetrate the depths of the bowels of giant corporate banks in a futile attempt to extract what little flecks of information they can mine from that unseemly underworld of chaos and confusion.
Others prefer to wait and let nature run its course.
After all, no one in their right mind would just let a house sit there are decay, would they?
Photo The lawn of an abandoned house in the Newnan Georgia area.
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