How to deter and prevent squatters from accessing your property

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  1. Rob Rushton says:

    Excellent article offering very good advice on keeping an empty property secure and reducing the chance of an incident. There is a growing number of UK residents with a second home thats often left unoccupied for long periods.

  1. January 18, 2020

    […] empty house is more prone to be vandalised than an empty […]

  2. October 9, 2020

    […] Squatting in residential buildings is now a criminal offence. Illegal or unruly tenants can cause homes to fall into disrepair and leave behind harmful waste and damage. Dangerous and hazardous waste, such as infectious drug paraphernalia and human waste, must be safely and properly cleared away. If it is not, it can make it impossible to re-let or sell a property. […]

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