Companies who are purchasing bank-owned properties to improve and rent them are accelerating gentrification in neighborhoods in major cities like Washington, D.C., New York, Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Sometimes investors in these properties are even paying for improvements to nearby properties and the neighborhood as a whole in an effort to strengthen the appeal of their assets.

Source: WSJ

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