A home improvement site that has been popular for years, has become an increasingly popular way for families to build their own home and even to share their love of the outdoors, according to a new survey.
The survey, conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, also found that about half of U.K. families have already built a home with the help of a home improvement toolkit.
The study also found nearly half of all Americans are planning to build more homes.
The results are an update on the findings of a 2010 study that also found more than a third of Americans have built a house.
But the survey finds the trend may be more pronounced among younger generations, as well.
About half of the survey respondents ages 18 to 29 said they are building their own homes and a quarter of respondents between 30 and 39 said they plan to do so.
A third of the people surveyed said they had never built a single home before and about 40 percent said they would not build one.
The survey of more than 4,000 U.N. experts was conducted over a two-week period.
It surveyed 2,000 people, including the experts’ own parents and a host of others who had participated in similar surveys.
It found that most people do not have an intention to start their own house.
The survey also found there is a lot of misinformation around the topic.
For example, almost a third (23%) of people surveyed say that they would prefer to build and share their home with someone else, while a third say they would like to build with someone they already know.
Another third (31%) say that the main reason they don’t have a home is because they would have to share space with a partner, family member or other close family member.
About half (49%) of those surveyed say they want to build because they have a strong desire to do something outside of home.
Another half (51%) of the respondents say they build because of the cost.
But about three in five (78%) say the cost of their house is the primary reason they do not build.
And a majority (56%) of respondents say building a home would cost more than $500,000 to build.
A third (35%) say they do it to save money.
About a third said they have never built anything before.
The report comes as Congress debates the future of the Affordable Care Act, the health care law passed in 2010 that President Donald Trump has promised to repeal.
Trump has said he wants to repeal the law before its implementation, and the law was designed to make the Affordable Health Care Act affordable for Americans who cannot afford it.
The U.P.A. has estimated that about 5 million people could lose health insurance under the law.