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I would guess that only a small percentage of people notice these things while looking at a home they are interested in. An even smaller percentage will dwell on them.
Big back yard ....check
Great location... check
good schools... check
crappy bathroom faucets ..... ohh well there will always be another house.....
I think it all depends on the buyer. Luck of the draw I guess. Some care, some don't.
Most buyer would just go and pay the $120 bucks and go pick their own after they buy a place. If you had a ugly gold thing from the 60's that leaked then you should change it for sure. if its neutral and works I wouldnt spend the $.
i think if there are lots of little things like that throughout the house, it may nag on someone- since small/minor change outs do add up. but if the faucets are really the only thing that someone walking through would want to change- no big deal.
if it can make the smallest difer in selling your home i would as change it.
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