Your favorite NFL team says a lot about your home, apparently

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New York Weekend Edition /
Dec.December 17, 2017 04:36 PM

(U.S. Air Force photo Staff Sgt. Tabitha Lee/Pixabay)

Listings website Homes.com did a targeted survey of NFL fans and found out that fans of the same team had some marked similarities when it came to how their personal home fields looked, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Bears, Seahawks and Patriots fans are most interested in homes with wrap-around porches; Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers fans both want a backyard pool; and Broncos fans are into a house with good man cave potential.

Other key findings: Steelers fans are also fans of the environment with more than 80 percent of fans saying energy efficiency is “very important.” Meanwhile, Green Bay Packers fans taste for Victorian homes took Homes.com by surprise.

“We generally would expect them to like more ranch-style or log cabins or whatever it might be,” the site’s VP Grant Simmons told the Post.

[WSJ] — Erin Hudson


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