Smoking can reduce your home's value by 30%, survey finds via @CTVNews

Homeowners risk coughing up big bucks if they're also smokers, according a survey of Ontario real estate agents and brokers.

The survey found that smoking in the home can reduce the value of the property on resale by up to 29 per cent.

The study was sponsored by Pfizer Canada, a pharmaceutical company whose products include a smoking cessation medication.

It estimates a potential loss of up to $107,000 on an home in Ontario, where the average price is currently around $369,000.

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