The new “Home Crush Survey” from reveals that 35 percent of men fall in love with a house for its curb appeal, while 29 percent of women are attracted to properties that have updated appliances and fixtures. The two sexes often differ on what makes them swoon for a home, but the survey shows that they both are most enamored by outdoor living spaces. Consumers who develop a crush on a home are drawn to looking at the residence more than once online, driving by, or in person at open houses. “Buyers have to evaluate crushes based on turn ons and offs and whether the home is in their league so they often find themselves spending a good amount of time checking out their crush online,” says Leslie Piper, consumer housing specialist with The survey also shows that 70 percent of men say their home crush is within their price range, while 41 percent of women say their home crush is above their price range. Moreover, 26 percent of women develop a new home crush monthly, while 36 percent of men do so weekly. | Read More