..And, If moving home would an Aga range cooker already in-situ make you more likely to buy?
The results from our survey suggest that Aga range cookers do improve the value and kerb appeal of homes that are available for sale.
Now we know that we are 'preaching to the converted', and that maybe answers to this question might just be a little biased! Once an range cooker owner always a range cooker owner it would seem!
A fair chunk of those asked do not feel that their house purchase would be impacted by an Aga range cooker being in situ, but a large majority would seek out a new home with an Aga range cooker at its heart.
We shall explore the topic of practicality more (in upcoming posts) but with an overwhelming percentage of survey volunteers saying that they are worried about their fuel bill, it is surprising to see that 79% would stick with it if they moved house.
I guess it comes down to love of the lifestyle, and the homestyle. I wonder how many of you grew up with Aga range cookers, who through nostalgia and fondness seek out the same for yourselves? We know from chatting to you that there are families amongst you who pass on their Aga range cookers, generation to generation. We have been lucky enough to refurbone or two!
Moving home is a time full of aspiration, hope and 'ideal scenarios', we are happy to see that having a range cooker in your home is important. And it shows that it is worth putting time and energy into keeping yours in great condition,making it even more desirable!
Next Up! -Loves and Hates (& Fuel!) & Would you recommend one to a friend?