Are your clients moving with schools in mind?

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07/13/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

More than three quarters of parents say their child's education is an important component of choosing a new home, according to a study released by Bank of America. The Bank of America Homebuyer Insights Report surveyed homebuyers about their preferences and catalysts behind making a purchase, including how important schools are to their decision. 

Find out what parents are willing to sacrifice and how they value school quality in an infographic produced with data from the survey.

An infographic showing homebuyer preferences related to schools and education

Categories: Buyers
Tags: buying, buyers, homebuyers


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