Tag Archive for ‘consumer preference’

Boomers Prefer Suburbs and Cul de Sacs

NAHB’s recently published Housing Preferences of the Boomer Generation shows that homebuyers in the Baby Boom Generation want a suburban neighborhood consisting of all single-family detached homes more often than any other community feature (of the 19 listed), and nearly 80 percent prefer a cul de sac over efficient traffic flow when given the choice. These results are based on a survey… Read More ›

Remodelers’ Customers Like Quality, Professional Designations

A previous post discussed hiring a professional remodeler, with an emphasis on those remodeling projects (like roofing or HVAC work) that most often involve homeowners hiring a contractor as opposed to attempting it themselves. This one deals with the choice of a particular contractor. The evidence comes from a question on NAHB’s most recent Consumer Preference Survey that asked potenital customers… Read More ›