Cincinnati's vacant foreclosed property registration program is still showing results. Nearly 1,500 properties are enrolled; requiring lenders to make sure the properties are maintained.
Council Member P.G. Sittenfeld helped launch the program about three years ago with unanimous support from Council
“You know major banks and lenders need to be held accountable for their property just like any other ordinary citizen,” Sittenfeld said. “So we have what has already been a very effective set of tools in the toolbox. We’re adding some new tools to that.”