Människors förändrade boendepreferenser under Covid-19 pandemin

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Malmö universitet/Fakulteten för kultur och samhälle (KS)

Sammanfattning: This study aims to investigate how people's housing preferences changed during the Corona Pandemic. To achieve the purpose of the study, three questions have been formulated: Have housing preferences changed for people during the pandemic in Northeast Scania? How did real estate agents experience the housing market and their customers' housing preferences? Did the pandemic cause greater concern for young adults on the housing market? To answer these questions, a qualitative method has been used in the form of semi-structured interviews with both customers and real estate agents in Northeast Scania. The results of the study shows that people's housing preferences did change during the pandemic, where a larger living space was considered the most desirable. The real estate agents shared this view and saw a trend toward the interest of moving out of the city. Finally, the results of the study showed that young first-time buyers did not find it more difficult to enter the housing market than usual, but their feelings about working from home and involuntary isolation were affected to almost the same extent as ordinary people during the pandemic.

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