Poll Finds People Would Rather House-Hunt On Zillow Than Have Sex

One hobby has taken off in the last year, and according to a new survey it’s reaching the point where it’s interfering with people’s daily lives. California contractor site Surety First noticed the trend and did a survey of one thousand participants to find out more about their Zillow habit. The results are a bit surprising.

49-percent say they’d rather scroll Zillow looking at “dream homes” than have sex.

58% say they’ve missed an important deadline because of their Zillow browsing.

56% say they’ve canceled plans with friends to keep scrolling.

It’s crazy, but it’s true; dreaming about the “perfect house” is a big deal right now. "Saturday Night Live" noticed the trend back in February, making fun of the fad with a skit starring Dan Levy. There’s no sign of it slowing down, which means normal life will continue to be disrupted for some by dreams of owning the perfect house.

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