This post is taken from Knight Frank’s Global Buyer Survey (source).

Globally, 46% of respondents said that they are more likely to buy a detached home or villa with the number one reason for wanting to move cited as being an ‘upgrade’ to the family home.

Overwhelmingly, the pull towards biophilia – a connection with nature and the outdoors – tops home buyers’ agendas with 68% of those considering a move motivated by a post-pandemic need for green space, healthy, outdoor-centric lifestyle with the bonus balls being excellent air quality and good views of the ocean, mountains or beautiful skyline.


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  • September 5, 2021

    Great report, thanks for sharing it.

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