When making a record of should-haves and would-likes, 3 out of four homebuyers involve some thought of disaster danger, in accordance to a real estate agent.com study.
CHICAGO – About 3 in four the latest homebuyers say they factored natural disasters into their final decision when choosing a locale for their new residence, in accordance to a new study of about three,000 individuals executed by real estate agent.com.
Nationwide, seventy five% of the latest residence consumers say they’re anxious about the risk of natural disasters. The natural disasters that have them most anxious are:
- Tornadoes (39%)
- Severe Chilly Or Winter Storms (38%)
- Floods (35%)
- Hurricanes (29%)
- Earthquakes (21%)
- Wildfires (seventeen%)
- Droughts (eleven%)
- Sinkholes (8%)
In addition, a single out of 3 respondents say they’d even think about providing their present residence and relocating to stay away from natural disasters.
Home owners positioned in rural and suburban places are the most