Would You Buy a House With Japanese Knotweed?
Would you buy a house with Japanese knotweed growing on the premises? You may never have considered this question before, but it’s becoming an increasingly common consideration as the nation becomes more aware of the effects of this invasive weed. One major area of impact is in house transactions.
When buying a house, we’re quick to consider the price, the location, the utilities, and the nearby services. However, where many people fail to pay close attention is the outdoor area. The yard or garden should not be overlooked, because it’s here that you may find some telling signs of a Japanese knotweed invasion. The quality of the soil and the vegetation and flora present in the surrounding areas affects not just the aesthetics of the house itself, but also potential threats to the property.
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