At the end of last year, Puerto Rico suffered a devastating hurricane, which some estimates say killed as many as 5,000 and left the island without power for weeks. Now, Americans are moving in on the island, capitalizing on the downward trend in real estate prices due to the storm. A new study shows home prices on the island decreased by an average 15% since the storm.
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