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Underpinned property

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  • Underpinned property

    Would you buy a property that was underpinned? Are they difficult to sell? Has anybody done this?

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    I personally would never buy a property that has been underpinned, as it means the property has more than likely suffered from subsidence in the past.

    These types of properties can be very difficult to sell and any potential buyer would never pay your asking price when selling.

    Are you thinking of buying a property that has been underpinned?

    Don't forget to look into building insurance, especially if the property has suffered with subsidence, as you may not be able to get cover!