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Housing Costs Lead Hong Kong Residents To Consider Haunted Homes

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Housing Costs Lead Hong Kong Residents To Consider Haunted Homes

Housing Costs Lead Hong Kong Residents To Consider Haunted Homes

Housing costs in Hong Kong are getting so high that residents are considering buying a haunted home.

An REA Group Ltd.

Study revealed that more than half of the 1,001 respondents said they would do this.

According to Business Insider, this is a big deal because it’s considered taboo to live in a haunted house in Hong Kong.

Homes that had suicides, murders or accidental deaths are considered haunted in the city.

These comes can be as much as 20 percent less than other homes in the same area.

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