A dream house is one which you can imagine and instantly say that it is what you would want to have constructed for yourself when you get enough money, and that image varies from individual to individual.
In this article, you shall be introduced to some of the most common divisions according to which homebuyers imagine their house to be constructed along the lines of. The various classifications in this article will seem quite surprising, but they were all concluded based on the view of a number of people belonging to each category rightfully.
The Generations: Old and New
According to the National Association of Homebuilders and their research of 2015, the older you grow the more you want your house to be smaller with the only prerequisite being your own peace of mind. The reason NAHB stated for this classified behavior between the generations is the fact that the older people realize the amount of care it goes into fully utilizing a big house. Thus their decision to change the size to a smaller one is certainly justified.
The new generation comprising of aspiring jobholders, businessmen, and millennials will, on the contrary, be inclined towards buying a house that can accommodate a larger number of rooms and luxuries. This is linked to the fact that people in this age group are looking to form families which they want to accommodate with ease.
Married and Unmarried
People who are married are a lot more inclined towards getting houses which are not single sized and have sufficient space for the potential family they are looking to form. Thus it follows that these people tend to be a lot more specific with the kind of details they want for their households, including back and front yards, and enough space for them to live their married life to the fullest.
In comparison, unmarried millennials prefer to take a much more moderate stance and prefer new houses which prioritize efficiency and cost saving more than anything. If you imagine yourself to be in the same shoes, you can understand why saving money is most certainly the topmost priority for you, which is why you prioritize efficiency.
Men and Women
Contrary to the stereotype that the society is compelled to believe that men are a lot more particular about the technicalities of a house, women were found to be a lot more concerned about the subtle and distant elements. For example, resale values and taxation amounts were of a grave concern to women (alongside the internal decoration and the freedom to exercise flexibility) compared to men.
Men seemed to be concerned with the outer aesthetics and more about the status than what lies inside the house. And as a man, if you feel that you attracted to new houses in commercial areas where the quality of life is better, then consider yourself to be a part of the minority because that is also the section of concerns which women raise a lot more relative to men.
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