From experience, this doesn’t really help much. Once you are absent, squatters will break the rubble-work. It is ideal to wall and panel over openings if your outbuilding has any entryway other than that of your house.
Normally, no; frequently, yes. If it is not the evicted squatter, then it is often his friends. We had a case in which the owner saw his apartment squatted in 3 times in succession by the same squatter. And this was despite the installation of an anti-squatter door. So it was necessary to carry out … Read More
We strongly advise against it. We regularly buy houses which had caught fire after a theft of electricity.
The evaluation is done by 3 real estate agencies. It involves establishing a sales price independent of the squatting and the defacements caused by it. At the same time, we execute all the real estate diagnostic tests required for the sale of a property. In addition, we also get craftsmen to evaluate the cost of … Read More
A squatter can be easily evicted if: the police are not willing to carry out an arrest; the property owner does not want to involve the police; you are living in commercial premises. The owner can enter and change the locks while the squatters are all out. If a squatter is in the property, the … Read More
Call upon Squat Solutions. We will find the homeowner of the squatted house and offer to buy it to resolve the squatting dilemma as quickly as possible. Contact us.
If someone is squatting a residential property, he/she can be easily evicted and arrested. Report squatters. At First, call the police.
A non-‐residential property is any building or land that is not designed to be lived in. Simply being on another person’s non-‐residential property without their permission is not usually a crime. Thepolice can take action if squatters commit other crimes when entering or staying in a property. Crimes include: causing damage when entering the property; … Read More
Squatting in residential buildings (like a house or flat) is illegal. It can lead to 6 months in prison, a £5,000 fine or both. Although squatting in non-‐residential building or land is not in itself a crime, it’s a crime to damage the property.