Pandemic Brings Changes in What People Want in Housing

  • June 17, 2020
  • San Diego Business Journal
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In the San Diego Business Journal story, Pandemic Brings Changes in What People Want in Housing, DAHLIN President Nancy Keenan discusses what homebuyers are looking for and how design can respond.

If you have a San Diego Business Journal subscription, you can access the full article here. For the benefit of our clients without subscriptions, we have summarized Nancy Keenan's comments on the subject.

DAHLIN co-sponsored the America at Home Study, a nationally representative study of over 3,000 US adults to understand the design changes consumers want in new homes and communities. We are advising our clients on these results and making changes to home design that emphasize the most important features to those surveyed – safety, comfort and family.

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