By Sylvia J.T. Jansen, Henny C.C.H. Coolen, Roland W. Goetgeluk
What are the present developments in housing? Is my deliberate undertaking commercially workable? What may be my advertising and commercial suggestions? those are only a few of the questions actual property brokers, landlords and builders ask researchers to reply to. yet to discover the solutions, researchers are confronted with a wide selection of equipment that degree housing personal tastes and offerings. to choose and price a sound study technique, one wishes a well-structured assessment of the tools which are utilized in housing choice and housing selection learn. This complete creation to this box bargains simply such an outline. It discusses and compares various tools, detailing the aptitude difficulty of every one, and it reaches past technique, illustrating how considerate attention of equipment and methods in examine may help researchers and different pros to convey services and products which are extra according to citizens’ needs.
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It is in the way that residents’ preferences are incorporated into maintaining, planning, and building real estate and the built environment that ultimately provides the most benefit to those who take shelter in their homes. The present chapter tried to sketch a picture of the methods that are currently available in housing research and to provide some information on their characteristics. In the last section of this chapter, we introduced three dimensions on which the nine selected methods and techniques differ with regard to the origin of the data and their design.
The nonresponse percentage varies greatly depending on the target group (for example, young people or old, looking for new accommodation or not likely to move), the subject (very general or more specific) and the manner of the interview. In the WBO in 2002, the regular sample comprised approximately 100,000 individuals: 61% took part in either a face-to-face or telephone interview, 24% refused, and the other 15% could not be contacted. Individual councils had the option to resample if desirable.
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