It’s no surprise that having a high-end supermarket in the vicinity of your property can help boost the value of your home, and possibly even help attract more buyers
But surprising new research from Lloyds Bank has revealed that bargain food store Lidl can have the same effect!
According the survey, living near the discount supermarket can add a hefty £4,000 to your property’s price tag,
This is a drop in the ocean compared to the supposed £38,000 average hike that having a Waitrose on the doorstep can add, but it’s not to be sniffed at. It seems that today’s buyers want convenience on just round the corner, and their not too fussy whether it’s a premium brand, or a ‘bargain store’.
Marks and Spencers (Food Store): £27,000
So, if you are looking to sell your property this summer – or even to get it on the rental market – don’t forget to mention in your advertising description if it is close to a supermarket! After all, ‘Every Little Helps!’
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