Home Builders Satisfy Demand For Open Floor Plans

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January 12, 2017

Open floor plans are popular among home buyers, and the design of a new single-family home tends to be, if anything, even more open. In a 2015 NAHB survey, 70 percent of recent and prospective homebuyers said they preferred a home with either a completely or partially open kitchen-family arrangement, with 32 percent preferring a completely open plan. In a September 2016 survey for the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, an even higher 84 percent of builders said that in the typical single-family homes they build, the kitchen-family room is completely or partially open.

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