Home Life & Style Houses with 'unlucky' door number worth £15k MORE than other properties

Houses with 'unlucky' door number worth £15k MORE than other properties

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Zoe Kenworthy, Director of Sales and Lettings at Patrick Oliver, said: “We have found that sometimes superstitious numbers such as 13 in the UK, can have a negative impact but we’ve never found it prevents a property from being sold.”

Further research found  those living in homes boasting a single digit can expect £34,073 more when it comes to selling, compared with those living in properties with a triple digit house number.

In the past year, triple digit homes have reached an average of £239,427, compared to £273,500, which is a 12 percent increase, for single numbers.

It’s also the same story for properties boasting double digits, with these homes selling for an average of £268,593, which is £4,907, or two percent, than a single house number.



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