8 in 10 put off from buying a property over Japanese Knotweed fears

Homeowners are right to be concerned about the threat posed by Japanese knotweed New research has revealed a high level of anxiety around Japanese knotweed with 78% admitting that they would be put off buying a property if they discovered the weed was …
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