We've just had our first Friday the 13th of 2017 but if you locked yourself away for fear of anything bad happening, you may have missed this property story about a certain house number and values.
Property portal Zoopla analysed the property prices of homes with 13 on their front door to see if this superstitious number had any impact on values.
The number crunching revealed that those willing to overlook the unlucky aspect and buy number 13 will save themselves an average of just under £9,000 on the purchase price.
Interestingly, houses at number 1 and number 100 were the two priciest homes.
The Zoopla survey also found that nearly a quarter of those surveyed said they would not exchange or complete on, or even move into, a property on Friday the 13th.
If you're looking at buying a property this year, it's worth noting there's another Friday 13th in October......
Search portal Zoopla has calculated that homes with this number are typically £8,974 cheaper than the average UK property.