How to Avoid Fines with Property CleanupThe housing collapse of some years ago continues to show just how deep it impacted many localities. People lost their jobs, banks incurred hundreds of millions in defaulted mortgages, and the result was neglected properties. Some homeowners, able to hold-on to their properties are still fighting a battle–with city code enforcement. Fines range in amounts, but can be as much as $100 per day or more.
Palm Beach resident Giovanni Caliendo and code enforcement officers have been in a battle for a while now, but faced with health issues and financial problems, Caliendo said he and his wife Emily haven’t been able to afford, or physically do, any improvements. He’s had his neighbors help him with trimming the trees and taking down a fence, but he’s been told it wasn’t enough. —Palm Beach PostFor property investors, estate home beneficiaries, and even primary residents, the cost is simply too steep. They are turning to local junk hauling services to do the necessary cleanup and avoid costly code violation fines. This service is especially convenient for those who are physically unable to do the work on their own, and, for absentee landlords living good distances from their rental properties. People find themselves in possession of estate homes also benefit from junk hauling services. Often, these properties are left behind with all kinds of clutter, most of which isn’t worth a cent. Call AAARousse.com right now for help in resolving any Hoarding or Property Clean up situation today. Type in your zip code in search bar on top right side of our website and find our local Florida phone number and call today!