Saved from the Tomb: How To Fix A Cursed Home


House rented and installed with a warning sign?


Afraid to say, any residence with this post is marked for punishment. Public authorities have found the building in violation of the local housing code. The official will send a letter to the owner (and the tenant, if any) explain the situation and request an immediate evacuation of the place.

Not all is lost! There are often specific problems in the cursed home that you need to fix. However, all residents still have to vacate the premise until you handle this issue.

Read on to learn how to handle this issue.

A common cause of a Convicted House
Each local jurisdiction has its own housing code. Here are the general requirements that a building must provide to offer a safe home.

Pipes and Hot Water
Heat and / or AC
Electricity and Lighting
Free from Pest Infestations
In some circumstances, the cursed house marks the end of the road. Public authorities can take advantage of properties through a superior domain, with reasonable compensation. This happens when officials need land for development projects that will benefit the public interest.

On the other hand, structural integrity of buildings may be dangerous and require removal. Occupancy owners must arrange and fund the demolition fee.

When authorities find unfit buildings they will issue a request to vacate the building. Then, they will close the doors and windows to deny access. A warning sign will state that no infringement is allowed on the property.

How to Store a Cursed Home
Most homes fail to pass inspection of housing only in certain areas. If so, look for a local repairman to fix it, such as a plumber, pest exterminator, electrician, etc.

If the violation seems easy to set up, you can do the repair yourself. See our article on household pest eraser and exploitation for repairs and re-modeling.

Public authorities are likely to stop all utilities. Contact your local service provider to have the gas, electricity and water reconnected before the next checkup. The building must be fully operational and allow an inspector to pass through to live.

If this sounds too much of a hassle, consider selling the cursed building. Companies like Mark King Properties can offer fair compensation to immediately release the house from your hands. Selling a home is a stress-free solution that makes both parties happy.

To the tomb no more!
If you have a cursed building, you should act immediately.

Every day the building remains vacant is a further investment loss. You can fund and / or manage your own repairs or seek outside help to solve this problem from your hands. Either way, consult legal advice to ensure legal compliance and housing codes in your local jurisdiction

Comment below if you have more questions about how to fix a damned house. If you’ve dealt with this problem before, feel free to share experiences and guide others.