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UrbanTurf By The Numbers
Your favorite DC real estate news site recently conducted a survey of its readers. Below are some of the interesting findings from almost 1,000 of the readers that responded.
- 87% -- The percentage of readers that read UrbanTurf everyday or multiple times a week.
- 0 -- The number of readers surveyed that find UrbanTurf untrustworthy. #notfakenews
- 50% -- The percentage of readers that plan to move in the next three years.
- 20% -- Readers who are considering a move to Northern Virginia. #hq2effect
- 53%|54%|53% -- Our readers are flexible about the kinds of homes they'd buy, with an almost even number of respondents saying they'd purchase a condo, row/townhouse or a standalone house.
- 36% -- Readers who have taken action based on an ad they have seen on UrbanTurf.
- 60% -- Readers who say that UrbanTurf has come up in conversation in the last month.
Congratulations to the four survey respondents that won a gift certificate to one of these great DC restaurants: Maydan, Himitsu, St. Anselm and The Salt Line.
And thanks for reading!
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/urbanturf-by-the-numbers/14737.
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