Have you ever wondered what type of person buys a new home from particular house builders?
For a bit of fun at this time of year, we came up with the idea of trying to figure out the type of people who buy new homes – their personality, background, social class etc for each of the major house builders.
We already knew that new home buyers are generally people who cannot do DIY, that hate gardening, but like living with strangers looking at them watching television and have few possessions and small furniture!
We also already presumed that Persimmon home buyers would mostly comprise of Sun readers, gullible people who eat bad diets and vote on X factor. Who look for homes near a tattoo parlour, bookmaker, chip shop would be essential.
So this year we asked the gifted satirist “Ted Da Yonga” to come up with something. “Ted” is the author of the Mr Anthrop’s Blogspot “A tale of corporate greed, callousness and moral bankruptsy“ which started in reaction to an outrageous claim by Persimmon Homes and has since become a series of fictitious (mostly!) satirical stories based on real life situations facing the many buyers of new homes.
As with all Ted’s work please note it is satire – “this means it is for entertainment only and is not true. Mr Anthrop accepts no responsibility for the accuracy or otherwise of this information – it is all untrue. If you are a house developer reading this, well done – ‘No child left behind’ is working!”
Ted has kindly compiled a spoof “Customer Feedback Form” for buyers of Persimmon, Charles Church, Taylor Wimpey and Linden Homes. Who knows, perhaps these house builders will adopt it for their market research!
Persimmon Homes “Customer Feedback Form”
Charles Church – “Customer Feedback Form”
Taylor Wimpey – “Customer Feedback Form”
Linden Homes “Customer Feedback Form”