About 40 per cent of people believe they’ve lived in a haunted house.A WHOPPING 40 per cent of people believe they’ve lived in a haunted house, with over half “hearing strange noises” — but that’s not enough to stop desperate Millennials buying a ghost house if it’s cheap.New research shows Millennials desperate to get a foot on the property ladder will even share haunted houses with ghosts if the price is right.It found that while older buyers won’t take on a haunted house no matter how low the price or how big the kitchen, for Millennials having a friendly — or even unfriendly ghost — is not a stumbling block at all. A lower price tag will persuade Millennials to buy a haunted house. However, they do need to have a good sweetener to the deal, according to the annual Realtor.com Haunted Real Estate Report.A whopping 18 per cent of buyers would not even blink if the house they could afford was haunted, while 17 per cent of spooked Millennials would even throw aside all fears over a haunted house if the price tag was lowered, it found.“In a competitive market, it’s harder for prospective buyers to be extremely selective,” Realtor.com chief economist Danielle Hale said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago“If a house is commensurately priced, or has desirable features, the fact that it may be haunted seems to matter less. This report shows that, for those looking for a good deal, a lower price, better neighbourhood, or larger kitchen can balance out a few spooky happenings.” For the third of people who said they’d buy a haunted house for “something more” in the deal, sweeteners included a cheaper home price (15 per cent), a larger kitchen and better neighbourhood (both 9 per cent each). Around 49 per cent of those surveyed agreed “there’s no price low enough or kitchen large enough to make them purchase a haunted home”.‘The older generation of home buyers is the most reluctant to move into a haunted house,” it found, with 61 per cent of those over 55 insisting that they would never buy a haunted home as opposed to 41 per cent of millennials and Gen X’ers”. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Nothing will persuade the majority of older buyers from buying a ghost house.