An Examination of the Quality Changes of Single Family Houses

  • July 22, 1987
  • • Written by: Karen E. Lahey James R. Webb

Spring/Summer 1987, Vol 12, No 1

Abstract: The average new single family house has increased in price 364 percent since 1964. this article examines the trends on consumer preferences for special features in new houses in relation to price increases for the period 1964-84. National and regional data are used to determine changes in physical and financial characteristics.