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What 21st Century Home Buyers Want: A Survey of Customer Preferences ePub download

by NAHB Economics Group

  • Author: NAHB Economics Group
  • ISBN: 0867185643
  • ISBN13: 978-0867185645
  • ePub: 1278 kb | FB2: 1149 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: BuilderBooks.com (August 2, 2001)
  • Pages: 185
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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What 21st Century Home Buyers Want: A Survey of Customer Preferences ePub download

Exhibit 26Willing to do to Accept to Make Home Affordable Source: NAHB Consumer Preference Surveys of 1980, 1996 and 2000.

Exhibit 26Willing to do to Accept to Make Home Affordable Source: NAHB Consumer Preference Surveys of 1980, 1996 and 2000. Exhibit 27Type of Floor Plan Preferred Source: NAHB Consumer Preference Survey 2000. Exhibit 28Most Popular Kitchen Features 57% 25% 53% 50% 71% 78% Source: NAHB Consumer Preference Survey 2000. Exhibit 29Most Popular Bathroom Features 49% 52% 67% 69% 87% 88% Source: NAHB Consumer Preference Survey 2000.

Presentation on theme: "Home Trends & Millennials’ Home Preferences JANUARY 21. .

Presentation on theme: "Home Trends & Millennials’ Home Preferences JANUARY 21, 2015 8:00 – 9:00 AM Presenter: Rose Quint NAHB Economics, Washington, D. - Presentation transcript . 10 Characteristics of New Homes Coming in 2015 (Based on a survey of builders nationwide in December ‘14). 14 Type of Home Wanted Single-family: 75%Townhouse: 11% Multifamily Apartment: 4% Manufactured Home: 3%. 15 Type of Area Preferred 15 Suburbs: 66% Central City: 10% Rural: 24%.

27 Exhibit 26 Willing to do to Accept to Make Home Affordable Source: NAHB Consumer Preference Surveys of 1980, 1996 and 2000.

22 Exhibit 21 Finished Area of Present Home and Preferred Home Source: NAHB Consumer Preference Survey 2000. 23 Exhibit 22 Number of Bedrooms Preferred Source: NAHB Consumer Preference Surveys of 1980, 1996 and 2000. 27 Exhibit 26 Willing to do to Accept to Make Home Affordable Source: NAHB Consumer Preference Surveys of 1980, 1996 and 2000.

Exhibit 21. Finished Area of Present Home and Preferred Home. The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content. 26 Exhibit 25Kitchen/Family Room Arrangement Preferred Source NAHB Consumer Preference Surveys of 1980, 1996 and 2000 27 Exhibit 26Willing to do to Accept to Make Home Affordable Source NAHB Consumer Preference Surveys of 1980, 1996 and 2000 28 Exhibit 27Type of Floor Plan Preferred Source NAHB Consumer Preference Survey 2000 29 Exhibit 28Most Popular Kitchen Features 57 25.

GDP is a bad gauge of material well-being

GDP is a bad gauge of material well-being. WHICH would you prefer to be: a medieval monarch or a modern office-worker? The king has armies of servants. He wears the finest silks and eats the richest foods. But he is also a martyr to toothache. He is prone to fatal infections. It takes him a week by carriage to travel between palaces. And he is tired of listening to the same jesters. Life as a 21st-century office drone looks more appealing once you think about modern dentistry, antibiotics, air travel, smartphones and YouTube.

Surveys have continuously shown customers are expecting quick responses to their queries

Customer service and customer success continues to be a big elephant in the room for many businesses. While most of today’s businesses have some level of training in customer service, many don’t take customer service seriously enough. This guide will look at the reasons the 21st century is the century for understanding customer service. Surveys have continuously shown customers are expecting quick responses to their queries. Oracle’s 2012 survey highlighted how 80% of Twitter users expect companies to response within a day or less in instances of customer service inquiries.

More than anything else, homeowners want a room other than the guest bedroom to stack all the clean laundry in until it finally gets put away.

Estimated project costs come from HomeWyse. com and reflect the cost of materials and contractor labor, unless noted otherwise. More than anything else, homeowners want a room other than the guest bedroom to stack all the clean laundry in until it finally gets put away.

Do you know what 21st Century home buyers want? The National Association of Home Builders does. What 21st Century Home Buyers Want is a new book based on a nationwide survey, conducted by the NAHB Economics Department, of recent and prospective home buyers. Increase sales, profits and customer satisfaction by building homes equipped with the features that are important to today’s home buyer. This book examines the design features, products, amenities, and layouts that buyers would like to have in their new homes. With detailed analysis that is easy to understand, this book is a must-read for manufacturers and distributors of building materials and for everyone who builds, designs, or sells homes.