When you look for the potential of a house how much of a factor are the neighbouring houses and the street? Do you consider them at all? If you do what do you look out for? Do you look for an ordinary or sub-standard house on a very nice, well established street with big clean houses? Or do you look for a good suburb but a 'bad' street with the very long term view that in the long term (20 years?) as the whole suburb goes up in value this street would eventually become more gentrified? I feel like the sweet spot would be a ordinary or sub-standard house on a nice street as it would be somewhat more along the lines of "worst house in the best street". However taking that analogy further the "worst house/street in the best suburb" theoretically would seem like it would have the most potential albeit with more risk. Keen to know everyone's thoughts.