Friday, September 09, 2016

71% Of Us Don't Want A Fixer-Upper Home, Survey Says

Most house hunters apparently don't want to bargain hunt the old-fashioned way.

Fixer-uppers may be out of fashion. A survey of 1,250 U.S. adults this summer from Coldwell Banker Real Estate and Parks Associates found 71 percent want “a move-in ready” home.

From the artical "71% Of Us Don't Want A Fixer-Upper Home, Survey Says" by Jonathan Lansner.

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