Five Tips to Prevent Graffiti from Devaluing Your Site

April 9, 2011
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Graffiti is the most common type of property vandalism (35 percent), according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. It is more than a nuisance to site owners and maintenance staff. Graffiti has a negative impact on residents, prospects, and the surrounding community by reducing the curb appeal of your site, lowering residents' quality of life, and inviting additional crime. The presence of graffiti on buildings and in common areas also may result in a citation during your next site inspection.

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