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Air conditioning makes properties more desirable, survey finds

According to a recent survey by SellingUp.com and market research firm Populus, air conditioning makes homes more attractive to potential buyers.

The survey asked more than 2000 people which features would make a property more (or less) desirable to buy. Air conditioning in sleeping/living areas was highly desired, with 57% of respondents saying that it would make a home more attractive. The appeal of air conditioning was not significantly related to gender and was desired almost equally by the majority of people in every age group.

Only 7% of those surveyed did not wish to have air conditioning in a dream property purchase.

Air conditioning was identified along with 17 other features that make the biggest difference to the desirability of a property. Others included double glazing, conservatories, spa-style bathrooms, an indoor swimming pool and underfloor heating.

The IOR Annual Conference – a conference on-demand

Delegates to the IOR Annual Conference taking place from 21 to 22 April will get the chance to access the event live and all sessions and recordings for up six months afterwards providing fantastic value and allowing anyone registering for the event ...

  01-Apr-2021

Toshiba  expands digital inverter series with launch of R-32 DI Classic

Toshiba Air Conditioning has extended its acclaimed Digital Inverter (DI) air conditioning series with the introduction of the new DI Classic range, also on lower Global Warming Potential R-32 refrigerant....

  21-Nov-2022

FFD Introduces J & E Hall's range of Cellar Cooling

Reliable and energy efficient, the JCC range of cellar coolers are designed to be used in wine and beer cellars above or below ground.
  01-Nov-2022
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