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  1. I wondered if anyone has managed to sell a flat with poor soundproofing? How do estate agents deal with this? Do they tell buyers older properties have poor sound proofing and you may well hear walking and talking? or do they pretend there is no issue and try and get veiwings in the day when they know the people above will be out? I know a lot of London flats are conversions and have awful noise problems from everyday living sounds. (two of my friends own flats like this) but they seem to sell at very high prices and at the moment many are going above asking price. So has anyone managed to sell a flat with noise issues without knocking money off? does it just come down to viewings happening when the neighbours are out?
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