Ghost towns are sprouting up across the country as casualties of the slow real estate market. Bankrupt builders are leaving lots unfinished or dozens of units vacant. Developers have abandoned upkeep on half-built subdivisions, as community amenities are in varying stages of completion and weeds grow rampant on empty lots.
Abandoned developments become ghost towns
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