According to calculations of the organization Empty Homes, homeless people in Europe are now considered 4.1 million people. Thus, abandoned houses nearly three times compensate the need for housing .
Related article: In 2012, on the Thames will be the first house amphibiousA significant portion of vacant houses built during the pre-crisis construction boom and never inhabited . Typically, they are located in the popular resort areas and are owned by private investors are buying them for resale.
Earlier, The Guardian reported that Bishop Avenue in London, which is due to the high price of housing is called " street billionaires ", about a third of abandoned houses. The total cost of these objects more than 350 million pounds .