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“Three Bed End Terrace” Respondent #64
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Age 40-49
Does not currently own a home
Would prefer to live in the
countryside as it is peaceful
Would prefer to buy so they know it’s
theirs

“My dream home is a villa in Malta with a
swimming pool or an old house with
character in the dales”

“Rented Student
Respondent #61

Flat/Parents

Terraced

House”

•  Age 20-29
•  Don’t currently own a home
•  “If I lived in a city, which is likely because of
work, I’d still like to be relatively close to
some countryside for escapism”
•  “I would prefer to buy because getting on the
property ladder is difficult so the sooner the
better. Also I find the idea of knowing something
is my own would be more ideal in being able to put
my own mark on the house and really make it a
home.”

“Ideally,

I’d like a house in the suburbs
of a city, close enough for work
and
to feel the vibes of a busy city but also
close enough to the
countryside or
coast for a sense of escapism. It would
have to have a
study which could be
used for work but also double up as a
reading
room and the rest of the house
would be decorated in a shabby chic
style.”

“Villa type Home” Respondent #35
•  Age 40-49
•  Doesn’t own home, if they did own a home they
would rent it out
•  countryside would be best as it is nice and
quiet
•  Buy a home because renting is dead money
“detached 3 bedrooms separate dining room large
kitchen”
•  Inspiration comes from TV programs, all the
nice parts from homes we have previously
lived in and gothic era

“3 bed 3 floor town house. Absolutely beautiful”
Respondent #79
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Age 40-49
Does not own home
“Prefer countryside as it is closer to nature”
Buy or rent? “Buy. Sense of achievement.”

“Current home”
•  Inspiration: magazines

“A Rented Flat” Respondent #64
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Age Under 20
Does not own a home
“I would prefer the countryside as there’s less people/cars etc. less stressful. nicer views”
“I would prefer to buy – you lose money when you rent. and renting brings restrictions i.e.
no pets, sometimes can’t paint”
“A big country cottage. Big kitchen with all white furniture, loads of work spaces. Nice
bathroom with a huge bathtub. Well kept garden. Rooms tidy and pristine.”

•  Inspiration: online – instagram/pinterest. shops

“Too Small” Respondent #76
•  Age 20-29
•  Currently owns home, plans to sell
•  “Countryside. Quieter and less
crowded”
•  “Buy every time”
“Massive”
•  Inspiration? Grand designs

“5 Bedroom Detached” Respondent #11
•  Age 40-49
•  Owns own home and currently rents it out
•  City or Country? “Countryside, quieter and
less air/noise pollution”
•  Buy or Rent? “Buy, renting is dead money
and often costs more than a mortgage”

“My

dream home would be a detached country
mansion”

•  Inspiration: From my practical needs

“2 bed roomed terrace house” Respondent #20
•  Age 30-39
•  Doesn’t currently own a home
•  “The countryside is more peaceful, more chance of green fields, it is
cosier and quieter”
•  “Buy, At the moment as a renter it feels like throwing money away, at
least with a mortgage your money goes towards owning something
eventually”
“open fire, space, old, in the countryside but with a train station near
by to get to a reasonable sized city for work/entertainment”
•  Inspiration: “friends, tv, media, experience of things so you know what
you like and dislike”
•  From a young age, we are told that we must get a good education, a good
job, get married, buy a house and have a family. Would you agree? No,
“that doesn’t apply now. I believe a good education is the only thing
needed on that list. Apart from that it depends on what you value from
your life.”

“3 bedroom end terrace quiet spacious small
kitchen” Respondent #29
•  Age 30-39
•  Own their home, would consider selling in
future
•  “Prefer the countryside as it’s nice and
peaceful and there is less crime”
•  “Would rather rent so I can move whenever I
like and all repairs would be the landlords
responsibility”
“My dream home is a large 3 or 4 bedroom
detached house with a large kitchen and
dining room and a very large garden and a
double garage”

“big very big but not like a mansion” Respondent
#24
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Age under 20
Doesn’t own a home
“Prefer city as there’s more to do”
“buy because then I don’t need to focus on
looking for a new home”

“a normal house with a big garden a balcony and
a patio”
•  Inspiration: “Usually from video games like
minecraft or just seeing houses and thinking
what I could create”
•  Agree with statement? Not really we could do
anything and it could become something much
bigger than education

“4 bedroom detached in desirable town”
Respondent #47
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Age 30-39
Owns home and no plans to move, sell or rent
“City- access to facilities, eat out etc”
“Buy- it makes financial sense and immediately
becomes an asset.”
Large detached ultra modern and open plan near
town.

•  Inspiration: Other homes, ideal homes
magazine, grand designs tv.

“Farmhouse” Respondent #17
•  Age 30-39
•  Doesn’t own home
•  “Prefer countryside as it’s calming, peaceful
and great for walking, schools and for the
kids to breathe all the fresh air they can”
•  “Buy as you own a house at the end of it which
I guess serves as a pension these days.
Sometimes renting gives you a quality of life.
We can’t afford to buy a house in the
countryside which is why we rent for now.”
“Double fronted cottage in the hills or the
coast”
•  Inspiration: Just being out and about and
visiting places helps build the dream.
•  Agree with comment? Yes “All the above lead
from the good education. However I think life
experience is just as valuable. It’s a gift to
have children, it’s nice to be married but we
all have to be realistic about the material
things in life!”

“Rented cottage in a rural location” Respondent
#59
•  Age 40-49
•  Doesn’t own home
•  Prefers countryside “as I love peace and quiet
and I own horses”
•  “Happy to rent as its all about location”
“no neighbours, 50 acres, must have stables and
a big family kitchen”
•  Inspiration: my lifestyle, outdoors is
important followed by a cozy family home to
return to

“2 bed mid terrace” Respondent #50
•  Age 30-39
•  Owns home but plans to sell
•  City or Country? “countryside better way
of life less noise not as many
distractions”
•  Buy or rent? “buy in order to decorate
and make your own home”
“building my own Eco home with technology
built in”
•  Inspiration? my wife, Pinterest and
Magazines

“white, 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 living room, large
front and rear garden with parking” Respondent
#39
•  Age 20-29
•  Does not own home
•  “City, because there is more going on and more
people to see and meet! Also more job
opportunities.”
•  “buy, so it will be my own”
“sea view, 5 bed, large outside areas Preferably
in Australia”
•  Inspiration? I look at old houses I’ve lived
in

“Student house” Respondent #2
•  Age 20-29
•  Does not own home
•  “The countryside is too far away from anything so I would prefer to live in the city”
•  “I would prefer to buy, owning a house would be great”
“Detached house in a village that's less than 20 minutes drive from a city. Huge back garden.
En suite bathroom for master bedroom. Huge open plan kitchen.”

Home Sweet Home
55% of the 82 people interviewed for this
project currently own a home. 46% of these
people said they would sell it in the future
and 14% plan to rent it out and only 36% said
they wouldn’t rent their home to anyone.
68% of people surveyed said they would prefer
to live in the countryside.

Only 7 (9%) of people surveyed said they would
rent a home. The rest would all prefer to buy a
home for various reasons. Some responses said
that renting was dead money, others said buying
is an investment and something to call yours
and pass down to family, and people also said
they would like to buy so they can do what they
like with the property. Most people that
preferred to rent a home would do so just for
the freedom to move around.
At the end of the survey, I asked “From a young
age, we are told that we must get a good
education, get a good job, get married, buy a
house and have a family. Would you agree?” I
found that 56% of people agreed with this
statement, whilst 16% of people were undecided
or agreed partly.


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