Only very recently has there been a keener understanding of hoarding and hoarding disorder. Indeed, hoarding disorder was only first recognized as a specific mental health condition in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Orders in 2013. As a mental health condition, hoarding disorder is a persistent and oftentimes profound inability to discard “things,” even when an object may have no value or even be rubbish or trash. Excessive accumulation of objects results, which can lead to serious health and other risks. Call our veteran-led hoarder cleanup services company. 

Overview of How Hoarding Impacts Your Investment Property: Make the Best of a Challenging Situation

With alarming regularity, landlords in Southern California and throughout the state, indeed across the United States, face situations involving hoarders living in their rental property. You may find yourself in this position, encountering a tenant who hoards. The stark reality is that hoarding can impact your investment or rental property in a number of ways…

The Hidden Horrors of Hoarding: True Life Stories that Eclipse Hollywood Fright Fare

Hoarding can have absolutely devastating consequences, including untimely and even gruesome and unattended (or undiscovered) deaths of people who labor under this disorder. Sad and horrific deaths connected to a person’s hoarding condition have made headlines for generations. Two cases – one old and one new – demonstrate how dreadful can be the consequences of…