I'm in the market to move out, and I'm eyeing bungalows, mostly those that are built in the 1950's and 1960's in Winnipeg, Canada. I'm wanting to live on the main floor and have a tenant occupy the basement, which I would not really have a need for otherwise. From what I've seen so far, they have about a 6 1/2 height between the floor and the joists in the basement. I would have to punch in a new window to meet egress, but It's a cost I'm willing to incur.
From some asking around a dozen of my peers, most would not be willing to put up with a lower celling, and it would be a deal breaker for them. So I'm wanting to do more research and hopefully get data for a wider sample size of people on willingness to rent a suite with a lower ceiling.
So my question is, are there any data sources / studies anyone can recommend on this?
Edit: My end goal is to assess how difficult it will be getting a renter in / what % of people will nope out, and I want some data to back it up. If there is a slim chance, I will probably have to reconsider the housing type I'm targeting.
Thanks in advance