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Old 05-29-2012, 05:28 PM
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Default Property value of hobbiest's homes

I had a recent conversation regarding what would occur if I tried to sell my home. Not that I'm in the market to do so, but I should consider my options.
I have a rather large collection kept in the unfinished basement. Would this be a "negative" to real estate agents/prospective home buyers? A few walls have rough 2x4 shelves built; the remaining areas are wire shelving. I've run an additional electrical circuit to account for the additional power required to outfit 80+ tanks. All the wood shelving is attached by screws, so returning the area to an "empty shell" is an option. Obviously, keeping the area clean is a priority...
So, putting aside that you share the same passion as I, would this be a deal breaker?
Anybody gone through this recently?
No right or wrong answers, just opinions. Got any real estate agents out there?
More than a handful of frogs...
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