From Lancaster Online
For the past several years, the faith-based nonprofit Impact Missions has been renovating blighted houses in Lancaster and reselling them to low- and moderate-income first-time homeowners.
It is now taking on its most ambitious project to date: the makeover of 10 properties bought from Dwain London Sr., the landlord accused by City Hall last year of running illegal rooming houses.
Impact Missions has bought three London properties so far this year. It has an agreement with him to buy seven more, one by one, by the end of December, executive director Matt Beakes said. All 10 are to be rehabbed on a rolling basis and resold.