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property preservation

Property preservation refers to the maintenance and upkeep of a property to ensure its continued habitability, safety, and marketability. This term is commonly used in the context of real estate, particularly for properties that are vacant, foreclosed, or undergoing a transition in ownership. The goal of property preservation is to prevent the deterioration of a property and protect its value.

Key aspects of property preservation include:

  1. Maintenance and Repairs:

    • Regular upkeep of the property, including repairs to structural elements, plumbing, electrical systems, and other essential components.

  2. Lawn and Landscape Maintenance:

    • Ensuring that the property's exterior, including the lawn and landscaping, is well-maintained to prevent an unkempt appearance.

  3. Security Measures:

    • Implementing security measures to safeguard the property against vandalism, theft, or unauthorized entry. This may include securing doors and windows, installing security systems, and maintaining adequate lighting.

  4. Weatherization:

    • Taking steps to protect the property from the elements, such as sealing windows and doors, repairing roofs, and addressing issues that could lead to water damage.

  5. Pest Control:

    • Managing and preventing pest infestations to protect the property's structural integrity and maintain a healthy living environment.

  6. Compliance with Local Codes:

    • Ensuring that the property complies with local building codes and regulations, addressing any issues that may arise during inspections.

Property preservation is often carried out by property preservation companies or professionals hired by lenders, banks, or real estate investors, especially in the case of foreclosed properties. It is a crucial aspect of real estate management to preserve the value of the property and prepare it for potential sale or rental.


6340 Security Boulevard

Suite 100

baltimore, Maryland 21207





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