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The study of the relevance of energy efficiency attributes on residential choices is usually based on stated preferences, using performance indicators. However, this issue has not been researched in developing countries, where energy certification schemes have a low adoption rate. This article paper uses a methodology based on a Kansei Engineering and Kano Model to identify home buyers' energy performance perceptions in three real estate developments in Santiago de Chile. Surprisingly, energydoi:10.3390/su12229638 fatcat:4sb4qa25yzbldguzumxpcij4va