Housing Survey Q & A
City of Nevada,
Nevada Economic Development Council, and Nevada Community School District
Who should complete the City, NEDC, NCSD housing survey?
Anyone and everyone of adult age that is considering or will consider a change in their living space; whether the change is from a rental property to a new or existing home or whether the family is considering moving from a home to a larger or smaller rental property. We would like to know what the community needs.
Why is it important to complete the survey?
The City, NEDC and NCSD has formed a committee to assess the community housing needs and the results will be used to educate area developers and spark discussions about potential incentives to builders, first time home buyers, low to moderate income families, down payment assistance and/or moving/closing grants or revolving loans.
Should employers ask their employees to complete the survey?
It is critical that we target employees especially since we know that many of our major employers have recruited folks from other surrounding communities. We would like to know what amenities that we need in order to serve our residents and recruit employees to live here as well.
What three websites can we go to download and print the survey?
What websites can I go to in order to complete the survey on-line?
Where can I drop the survey off at in Nevada?
State Bank and Trust
First Federal Bank
What does square footage equate to in a rental property for the number of bedrooms?
700 square feet = 1 bedroom
1000 square feet = 1 – 2 bedrooms
1300 square feet = 2 – 3 bedrooms
1600 square feet = 3 bedrooms +
Do I have to answer every question on the survey?
You do not have to answer all of the questions to submit your survey. Only if you want more information about any incentives that the City, NEDC or NCSD provides in the future should you provide us with your contact information.
Article Published: 06-01-2012