The Science of Homebuying Psychology: A Study

A recent survey of approximately 3,350 U.S. residents in 11 different metro areas who have either bought a home, sold a home, or plan to do so was conducted in the hopes of uncovering new perspectives and trends amongst recent homebuyers. It didn’t disappoint!

Perhaps the most interesting finding of the survey was that one-third of homebuyers last year made an offer on a home that they’d never seen in person. Last year, that figure was at 19 percent, and two years ago, 21 percent. Further, Millennials were more likely than any other generation to do so – at 41 percent, compared to Gen-Xers at 30 percent and Baby Boomers at 12 percent.

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