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Squatting: the New Euphemism for Property Management!
Unless you have avoided all contact with current events, you are poignantly aware of the devastating effects of the economy on increasing foreclosures. The Boston Globe featured Max Rameau as a real estate agent who matches homeless people with empty homes in Miami. Sounding a bit like Robin Hood, Rameau envisions himself as a crusader in locating vacant homes, breaking in, and even joining with a Miami group called “Take Back the Land” to provide supplies. Thanks to Rameau, some are now living in lofty digs. One such lucky recipient is Marie Nadine Pierre who occupies a home purchased in 2006 for $430,000. Not a bad arrangement at all for the Pierre, except that the home’s locks were changed and her belongings removed when she returned home from an outing one day. But thanks to Rameau she is back in, but admits she is in fear of it happening again. It seems like fear is what all of us have when we try to keep our homes in a struggling economy. Don’t many average Americans take that second job or cut back on spending to provide homes for our children? Pierre wants her 18-month-old to live in a home, but apparently she feels that someone else should provide it for her. She has a great deal going since she appears to lack a conscience, and the interview did not elicit any remorsefulness about breaking in and living in a home that does not belong to her.
The changing trend in the America I love seems to err on the side of the perpetrator once again. In a scenario where a couple is transferred to a new area but still owns a home, the unoccupied home is fair game to Rameau and “Take Back the Land.” It’s not very appealing when it is your home we are talking about, the home for which you made great sacrifices. You have worked at keeping your family together, put in long hours, given abundantly to homeless people in your hometown, and you have believed that stealing is wrong no matter how it is euphemized for selfish motives. It is obvious the poor are facing many difficult days ahead, but more of America is becoming part of this group with job losses multiplying daily. Does poverty give one a license to steal and take advantage of someone else’s misfortune?
With this approaching attitude and practice that is overlooked by police, a real estate agent is not adequate. It would be well worth your investment to hire a qualified property manager as well, especially one who does not hold the same beliefs as Rameau, or you may find your property inhabited by squatters who think they have rights. You may end up having to fight for a property you already own.