‘Survey Says: CHBA Looks at What Buyers Want in New Homes
In Ottawa, just 6.7 percent of respondents to a national homeowners’ survey said that elevator televisions in mid- and highrise dwellings were a “must have” feature. In Vancouver, the number is 20 percent. Does that mean Ottawans are more gregarious? Vancouverites more addicted to electronics?
The inaugural Canadian Homebuyer Preference Study, released earlier this year, doesn’t tell us why, but it does say a lot about what 1,581 respondents in six provinces would like in their new homes, from double-car garages to double sinks in their ensuites… READ MORE