I would. Especially if it was cheaper!
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23-03-2015 23:05 #32
And yes, if it was a bargain I would buy it as an investment, but would probably think twice before living there.
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23-03-2015 23:18 #36Senior Member
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Not to live in. I don't believe in anything supernatural/afterlife/whatever but I wouldn't want to associate such a sad thing with my home.
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23-03-2015 23:25 #40
It's actually a really great house and would sell really well ( under normal circumstances)
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