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I have CCTV pointing to three external walls and I'm planning a house move.

 

If you saw a house with CCTV on it for sale, would you still consider it?

 

I am in a quandary over will CCTV prevent my house sale and should I risk taking it down?

 

H


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pers i'd think it a bonus to the property.


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There's plenty houses with CCTV now, all over the place, wouldn't put me off.


 
 

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Speaking as someone who jury rigged 3 cameras to a pic I would love to have had a prepare system in place

 

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I would ask you whether you had any neighbour disputes or insurance claims. These are on the normal seller/buyer questionnaires anyway so not unusual but may also ask about your accupation and the perceived risk, ie police officers often have extra security

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Thanks for the replies.

 

My occupation is irrelevant.

 

I'm barred from being a Police Officer because my parents were married when I was born.

 

H


40 years at the pointy end of the motor trade. :eek:

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I am not actually asking you waht your occupation is, I am saying if I was buying your house I would want to know if there is a risk attached

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I would be looking at the crime stats very carefully if i had to buy a house full of CCTV.

If residents feel the need for CCTV there must be something wrong going on in my opinion.

Incidentally some small villages have the least number of CCTV and crime.

It's a subjective thing: Some people will find it a useful addition, i would find it very suspicious and would be looking at a different area altogether

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