America in 2013: Key Findings on Housing, Community, Transportation and the Generations
October 30, 2013
Learn more about what Americans seek in their housing, transportation, and community choices. In partnership with Belden Russonello Strategists LLC, a nationally recognized survey and communications firm, ULI’s Infrastructure Initiative and Terwilliger Center for Housing released the findings of a national survey of 1,202 adults living in the United States in May 2013 called “America in 2013.”
Now, take a deeper dive into the research with the just released “America in 2013: Key Findings on Housing, Community, Transportation, and the Generations” compendium.
This series of fact sheets delves into key findings from “America in 2013″ with a focus on housing, community, transportation and the generations. Key findings include:
- 54 percent of Americans prefer three or more community attributes associated with compact development.
- 71 percent of Americans still view homeownership as a good investment, but renters are more skeptical with only 56% of renters believing that buying a home is a good investment.
- 70 percent of Americans place a high value on walkability when choosing a new community.
- 61 percent of Americans would accept a smaller home in exchange for a shorter commute.
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