S. Fla. group alleges foreclosure upkeep by banks depends on zip code

December 18, 2012
Making her way down the side of a house on NW 65th Street in the Liberty City section of Miami, Keenya Robertson steps over broken glass and around an assortment of garbage. Some of the windows of the duplex are boarded up with plywood. Other windows are left wide open. There is no mail box or Realtor sign out front. And around back the grass is dead and a tree has partially fallen.
     “No clean up whatsoever done,” she said, shaking her head.
     When she makes her way to one of the doors, there is no knob or lock. A slight push easily opens the door revealing an interior that has been vandalized.