Empty Homes Numbers Revealed

Government figures show, around 200,000 homes are currently vacant and unused. Because of soaring costs & increasing demand, bringing them back into use has never been so important. While local councils can force the owner of a vacant abandoned property so it can be brought into use, either purchasing the home themselves or compelling deals in situations where individuals have unpaid charges or are seeking compulsory purchases take note. Sadly, councils although it is one key agenda the resources and funding are stacked against them in regards to this approach.

The issue of derelict & abandoned homes are all too recognised when you end up neighbouring one of these homes, sometimes in extreme cases even can be thought to affect the values of neighbouring properties due to the anti social activities that come with empty properties and the risk posed when they are left vacant and almost certainly uninsured. A major attribute that fuels vacant and abandoned homes are when somebody passes on, an issue that we at Un-Modernised London are very much mindful of. We run a respected property administration service, where individuals from people in general public can report to us concerning a void home in their neighbourhood, and we can reunite the homes with the rightful heirs.

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