Thought this article was interesting http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/mar/02/fast-broadband-vital-to-homebuyers Especially the part where not having access to broadband could knock 20% off the value of your home. Makes me think that it could be beneficial (if you're trying to sell your house) to subscribe to the fastest broadband available for your area, then get your estate agent to do a speed test (SpeedTest.net or similar) when visiting your property to take particulars, measurements or photos and ask them to certify the actual broadband speed in the property description. Not sure on the wording, but maybe something like "We tested actual broadband speed at the vendor's property on DATE using TOOL. The average over 5 tests was X Mbps." That way, you potentially stand out from other properties in the area, who almost certainly won't have gone as far as that.