Years ago, property registration ordinances were not as popular as they are today in the U.S. There were maybe a handful of vacant property registration ordinances enacted in municipalities across the entire country. But after the housing crisis hit in 2008, the need for tracking defaulted and vacant properties became critical to reducing blight and changed the property registration law forever. This all-consuming mortgage crisis affected small-, medium-, and large-sized cities across the country.

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