Homes Numbered 13 Sell For 15% More

Posted on: 27 October 2020

Homes numbered 13 sell for 15% more

It's Halloween this week and we are all in need of something to lift our spirits. Dataloft have identified the top 20 spookiest street name, from Wizard Way to Headless Close. There have been 3,550 house sales at the top 20 spookiest road names since 1995. 67% of these were on Cemetery Road and 20% on Dark Hill. Lucky for some, we don't all get too superstitious. So far this year 3,406 house sales have taken place across England and Wales on properties numbered ‘13’. Properties numbered '13' on average achieve 15% more than the average sale price in England and Wales.

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