A fifth of homebuyers don’t care if their house is haunted - so long as ...

Would you live with a ghost? A fifth of homebuyers don’t care if their house is haunted - so long as it’s a cheap deal One third of people would still buy a house even if it was haunted, a study found  Realtor.com found that millennials were more likely to buy haunted home Yet 61 per cent of over 55 said they wouldn't stoop that low even for a good price.

By Nicole Pierre For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 23:48 GMT, 31 October 2018 | Updated: 23:56 GMT, 31 October 2018

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Soaring house prices can mean that getting on the property ladder is a frightening prospect.

So perhaps it isn't surprising one third of younger buyers are willing to buy a haunted house for a cheaper price tag.

Millennials are far more likely to take on a ghoulish housemate than older buyers, according to a recent report by Realtor.com. 

A recent report by Realtor.com found that one in three people would still buy a haunted house, if the price was right. 

A recent report by Realtor.com found that one

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