The National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) is always on the losing end of technology. Apparently, meteorology is not their strong suit either. Throughout the Southeast, foreclosed properties are already overran by weeds and tall grass. From Virginia to Kentucky; from Tennessee to Georgia; the fact of the matter is that the belief that there is a set time to cut the grass is no longer valid. To put this into perspective, as early . . .
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