Roll up, roll up! Get your new house for just one pound!

Posted: 20/02/2013

*Please note, Pali do not have any houses for sale. This is a news blog, not an advertisement.
For more information, please visit the Liverpool City Council website.

That’s right, Liverpool City Council are considering selling a cluster of houses in Granby Triangle after talks with the development company, Leader1 came to a halt and the regeneration project fell through.

These houses were bought for £70,000 under ex Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott’s regeneration scheme called Pathfinder however, Liverpool City Council are now offering these Victorian terraced houses for the price of bottle of milk!

These houses in Granby Terrace have been left, empty and boarded up after an estimated £2.2 billion was wasted on buying and demolishing the homes in the area and barley any new properties were built to replace them, despite occupants on waiting lists.

These homes can be bought for just £1 with just the one condition, that they are brought up to a decent standard. Even private landlords will be able to bid for the tender to renovate some of the vacant properties and then purchase the freeholds for just £1.

Houses for sale at £1 isn’t a new idea, Pali had numerous phone calls from readers of our previous blog on £1 homes for sale in Stoke. However, just to let our readers know, you will need to contact Liverpool City Council regarding these houses for sale at £1 and if your interested in reading about the houses for sale in Stoke for just £1, you can visit our blog HERE.

The houses that are for sale as part of an initial pilot scheme include;

20 properties will be offered to residents in the Granby Four Streets and Arnside Road in Kensington and properties will be offered to private landlords and housing associations in the Webster Triangle.

Would you be interested in purchasing a property in Liverpool for just £1?

Amanda McGovern, Pali Ltd
www.paliltd.com

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