Consumers want holistic time-and-energy saving solutions that fit their lifestyles. Regarding major and minor purchases, they want exactly what they want, when they want it.
The broad middle class of consumers in the U.S. is undergoing a rapid transition as economic insecurity lingers and consumers redefine how to live with their means. But a home is often the single most important asset of lower- and middle-income families, and homeownership is a tool for wealth creation.
Buyers and builders don’t always speak the same language, but despite the marked differences in semantics, energy efficiency is paramount to consumers.
Did you know that gen x saw the most substantial decrease in their net worth of any generation during the recession?
So what features can make or break the sale? Here’s what recent data showed about how much of a difference the most popular features can make in selling a home.