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A woman has revealed how her estate agent told her she had devalued her house by $30,000 (£23,868).
Sharnene, who goes by @sharnenejewell on TikTok, explained how one feature in her home had brought the value of her property down dramatically.
You can see what it is in a video below:
"When the estate agent tells me how much I've devalued my house," Sharnene wrote on the clip.
Other people had a lot of opinions, however, with one person commenting: "I like moss but it does low-key give off mold vibes."
"Well if it speaks to your skills as an artist you had me fooled that you were genuinely growing mold as a friend," added another.
A third said: "So happy that is just paint, I was panicking for you."
Others were divided, with some disagreeing that the decor should devalue the property.
"I hate the 'devalued' thing, decor is so subjective, I’d pay full for a house like that cuz I love forests n moss n green," one wrote.
Another said: "It’s totally subjective. And from what I’ve seen of your work it’s possible to undo it and restore the bland."
A third advised: "If u want to sell the home, paint & decorate it to appease others, if u don't want to sell, appease urself."
"Definitely an acquired taste, but that’s what makes us individuals. You do you," said a fourth.
Others asked why the woman had opted for the unique look, but Sharnene simply explained she likes the unusual style.
"I guess it’s because I know it’s not dangerous and I just really like the look," she said.
We love the individual taste!
In other home news, Martin Lewis has recently issued a warning to Brits with a mortgage.
The founder of Money Saving Expert shared a tweet explaining how the Bank of England has increased interest rates from 0.75 percent to 1 percent, which is the highest it’s been in 13 years.
Following the interest rate rise, Lewis has warned UK residents about the information to take home regarding their mortgages.