Survey says… 61 percent of homeowners are not living in their dream homes. At least says a new survey of 500 homeowners between ages 26 and 64 by Open Listings, an online home-buying platform.
Of course, the definition of «dream home» can be fairly subjective. For one person, the criteria could be a pool, basement movie theater, and five-car garage. And on the flip side, a backyard, a decent size closet, and an affordable mortgage could define «living the dream» for another homeowner. (And for millennials, any stab at homeownership often feels like a «dream.»)
Here’s some more information about what commonly constitutes a «dream home,» according to the survey: