There's no two ways about it. A flooded home is an absolute nightmare for any homeowner. You have options though. Your insurance company will hopefully pay out to help you repair the damage, and although this can be a time-consuming process it'll make your home good again.
For some homeowners though, it's a case of "once bitten, twice shy". In other words, if your home's flooded once there's always the chance it'll happen again, so why go through the time and effort to rebuild your life there if it could be destroyed again in the future?
We've tried to give helpful advice to cover all aspects of repairing or selling a flood-damaged home.
Flooding happens every year in the UK. It ruins home, lives, increases insurance premiums and makes homes unsaleable.
Working hard to climb the property ladder, only to find your property fall in price due to matters that are largely out of your control, can be a bitter pill to swallow. We've looked at 11 of the most common property nightmares and what the cost to remedy these issues means in terms of devaluing your property’s worth.