Source: Inman News

The fact that a house might be home to spooks is not enough in itself to deter most homebuyers, according to a survey of 1,400 consumers that ran on the site from Sept. 25 to Oct. 1.

More than half (62 percent) of the survey’s respondents said they “would” or “might” consider purchasing a haunted house, but an overwhelming majority (88 percent) said they would need some sort of discount to shack up in a home they suspected was filled with ghosts.

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