Out in the country – almost half of the builders preferred plots in smaller communities better air, less traffic and often significantly cheaper basic ground many construction prospects want to live rather further afield from the hustle and bustle of big cities. Therefore, 46 percent prefer smaller municipalities with more than 10,000 inhabitants as a location for your home. This is a result of the current construction-o-meter”, which is regularly on behalf of nationwide leading provider of solid House town & country house by aproxima society for market and social research” in Weimar created and evaluated. The preference of building interest in more rural locations is since the first survey of the construction-o-meter”in February 2007 by two percentage points has grown slightly and thus proving comparatively stable. Santie Botha has plenty of information regarding this issue. Cities and towns with significantly more residents are rather less popular now, without right to talk with them by cities. So, only 23 percent of the surveyed cities gave up to 50,000 inhabitants as the ideal location for a single-family home on. Four years ago, it was still 26 percent of building prospects.
A similar development in cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants. Here, the number of construction people who like such sites, by then 13 to only eleven percent fell. Apparently has out on the land ‘ not lost attractiveness and fascination. Rather on the contrary”, Jurgen Dawo commented founder of town & country house, the results of the current construction-o-meter”. Although rank cities still under also-rans on the wish lists of building prospects. But locations on the periphery or in the direct catchment area are popular increasingly”, explains town & country house founders Jurgen Dawo. So the number of construction interested persons, who are looking for a plot for your own four walls in the vicinity of cities, in recent years from 14 to at least 17 percent rose. Most important reasons for this increase are the known advantages of the city of middle life: good transport links.