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Would you pay an extra £30k to not do up house?

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Lastofthepodpeople Thu 08-Nov-12 21:05:46

We have been told that we should be able to get £270k for our house by estate agents but there is another house close by built at the same time with exact same plans for which they're asking £240k
The other place supposedly isn't in great condition, while we've done ours up (New kitchen, bathroom, wood floors, New boiler, guttering etc). We also have a driveway and parking while the other place doesn't.

Writing it out makes it sound a bit better but would anyone pay an extra thirty thousand for the same structure, just done up nicer?

I'm curious because I don't know how much the agents might exaggerate to get our business. Or am I too cynical?

lalalonglegs Fri 09-Nov-12 19:27:12

I'd expect to pay more than 30k less for a house that didn't have those things, iyswim

RyleDup Fri 09-Nov-12 19:47:54

Come on then, do a rightmove link to both houses. Will tell you for sure then grin

Trills Fri 09-Nov-12 19:52:12

New kitchen, new bathroom, new boiler, new floors, new gutters.

How much would that cost to actually DO?

Trills Fri 09-Nov-12 19:53:05

In the area that I live, I'd pay 10k for the driveway.

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