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Is the above likely to add value when selling properties?

Asked on Sep 3 2015, House Prices in Deal | Report content

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  • It depends on the condition of the property before double glazing. And also who you are marketing to. There is too much bad double glazing and anyone adding double glazing just to sell on is likely to chose the cheapest and probably the worst. A house in otherwise good order with obviously rotten windows is more likely to pass muster in the eyes of a mortgage valuer if the windows are repaired. So if you are selling an average sort of place to people on a tight budget and needing a mortgage 'double glazing' may help. Otherwise I suggest leave well alone, it's hard enough to find properties worth buying; a crying shame when an erstwhile good property is ruined by attempt to tart it up for resale.

    Answered on Sep 3 2015, Report content

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