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  • Our house for sale, usually quiet neighbours, play loud music when people...

    ...come to view it!


    Hi everyone. Our house is up for sale in a nice avenue with usually nice neighbors. That is until people come round to view the house and they play loud music every time.... We have lived in the house for over 22 years, and we're only moving due to large debts that need paying.

    The house was recently surveyed at the request of the last couple to view the house, and it passed. It is a semi-detached with a two story extension at the side of the property providing three double bedrooms, lounge, dining room, and in addition to that, we have a nice big garden with large shed, big drive way for two/three cars.


    The house was valued a few years back at a little over 100k. But due to the market, and our personal financial situation that requires us to sell up soon as possible we are now selling the house for £87k.

    You would think the house would have been snapped up by now as it bound to increase in value in a few years, but despite the interest, people fall for the same old tricks (neighbor playing music), and it always puts people off. Loud music is a rarity on the whole.


    What can we do?

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    Re: Our house for sale, usually quiet neighbours, play loud music when people...

    Hi,
    Maybe your neigbour is very happy with living next to you and it's their way of letting you know that they dont want you to go!
    It may be prudent to speak to them and ask them why the music is only played when you have a viewer.
    Let them know that it would be nice to keep in touch when you do move.
    The other approach is to keep a log and inform the council. However if you do this then you may have to declare th enuisance neigbour when you sell.

    Hope it all goes well for you.

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