Would heavy traffic and misc. noise be a deal killer for the purchase of a home?

There are millions of homes in America in noisy locations. I drive by them and can’t understand why someone would buy a home in such a busy location. Traffic, jet noise, nearby bars and party zones, and noise from people who walk past your windows all night (in big cities).

How do homes like this sell for such high $$$ amounts? How do the people who live there sleep?

Would the noise bother you or would you get used to it?

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There are millions of homes in America in noisy locations. I drive by them and can’t understand why someone would buy a home in such a busy location. Traffic, jet noise, nearby bars and party zones, and noise from people who walk past your windows all night (in big cities). How do homes like this sell for such high $$$ amounts? How do the people who live there sleep? Would the noise bother you or would you get used to it? submitted by /u/BunChargum [link] [comments]

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