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Empty Home Facts

Empty Home Statistics We take a look at some of the facts and figures surrounding housing and specifically empty homes in England Long Term (over 6 months) Empty Homes in England 310000 155000 Year 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 I 2011-2012 I 2012-2013 In the last 5 years the number of long term empty homes has decreased from 303 thousand to around 222 thousand 700.000 Empty Homes Across England Including those that have been empty for less than 6 months, council houses and housing association houses On Average an empty home costs a year (not taking vandalism into account) North West 2/3 Empty Houses 30,000 England Highest number of long term empty properties Estimated squatted homes in England Found in the North £10,000 of England On Average an empty home costs to renovate What can you do with an empty House? Good Condition Needs Renovating Let the Property Renovate Via Local Authority Grant Housing Association Through Local Council Privately OR Funding As a Landlord Yourself Housing Association Sell Via Auction Keeping your empty house secure Keep it Occupied The best way to keep any property secure is to keep it occupied. Reduces risk of a major incidents i.e. burst pipes due to water pipes freezing Reduces Deterioration of Reduces risk of thieves Reduces risk of property property fraud Increases the Reduces costs security of the property - can charge rent Sponsored By Providers of property guardians in London who can look after your property while empty Sources:, Piktochart moke information beautiful

Empty Home Facts

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We take a quick look at some of the major statistics surrounding empty homes in England. We provide advice on what can be done with an empty home and how you can protect your empty house. This is brou...




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