Friday, 11 May 2018

Research Reveals Huge Rise In Number Of Empty Homes In England

The number of empty homes in England has increased for the first time in a decade with the city of York recording the biggest rise as the number of long term vacant properties rose 322% in a year. Overall one in 10 vacant properties are in London where there is some £9.6 billion of long term empty housing stock, according to a new analysis from online estate agents HouseSimple. The figures are published at a time when there are concerns about the number of homes lying empty when the country is facing a housing shortage in both the sales and the lettings markets. Read more on the Property Wire website.

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