Is the home a twin or row and other similar properties have street parking as well? Or is it out of the ordinary, a good sized single family home that without a driveway surrounded by other homes with a driveway? It's relative to the other properties nearby.
It truly depends on the purchaser. There are purchasers who insist on having off street parking and others who don't mind if they don't. As Sean stated it can also depend on where they are coming from and the area. If they are coming from the city perhaps they are used to not having off street parking. It obviously is not always a must as homes without off street parking do sell. I would look at the positives of the home such as desirable location, condition and neighborhood and be sure that is up to par with the rest of the area.
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Depends on how busy the street is that it sits on. Also are there other homes around it like that. I mean pefect example is center city philadelphia where I am. There are no driveways for most homes yet the real estate is desired. But put that same home up in montgomery county and it can be a negative.