I understand what Upara is asking, but I want to go in another direction. 3/4" Solid Hardwood can not be installed below ground level. Basements typically have a concrete floor and there is no reasonable way to nail solid hardwood into concrete. So that only leaves two other wood floor options.. an engineered wood that needs to be glued down, or a laminate floor.
With all respect if the seller just put in lock & click laminate floor, then no matter what they paid for the material and install its not worth anything. Only true hardwood(nailed or glue), vinyl, & tile are true capital improvements and depending on condition at resell can the seller expect to get some ROI back, but not 100%.