SecureView announced three new locations, provided to HousingWire, that complete its nationwide reach and bring the total amount of locations to 53.

SecureView makes virtually unbreakable and undetectable board systems for foreclosed homes in order to help improve the appearance of houses and neighborhoods, especially in blighted communities. The hardy, clear paneling allow agents to view conditions inside a property without entering and provided greater security against break-ins.

"The addition of our new locations makes SecureView products more broadly available, improves neighborhoods and helps America eliminate plywood one board at a time," said Robert Klein, chairman and co-founder, SecureView.

The new locations are Burbank, California, Devens, Massachusetts (near Concord) and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Here is a map of SecureView’s locations.

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Source: SecureView

Back in September, SecureView landed a giant deal with Fannie Mae, which is officially requiring vendors to install the distinctive, clear boarding on its vacancies.

It's a massive contract, certainly, but it should come as no surprise.

SecureView was listed as a top HousingWire field service company earlier this year, landing on the 2014 Field Services Guide.