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Housing crisis: more than 200,000 homes in England lie empty

Published on Thursday 20th of April 2017 06:15:35 PM in Guardian

More than 200,000 homes in England with a total value of £43bn were empty for at least six months during 2016 despite the desperate shortage of properties to rent and buy.According to official figures, Birmingham was the worst affected city outside London with 4,397 empty homes ...

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  • Total number of Likes, Shares, Tweets, Re-Tweets, Pins, Bookmarks & Stumbles :
    85
  • Amongst social networks, this article was most active on Linkedin
  • Total shares on Linkedin : 78
  • Total Plus Ones on Google : 7
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