In short it seems that nearly 30% of the people surveyed said it would effect there decision on where to live...and 20% admitted they would be prepared to pay extra for a good broadband signal.
This means with the average house in the UK now costing £162,932, that nearly a quarter of people would be willing to pay up to £16,293 extra to buy a home with good broadband.
Martin Ellis, economist at Halifax, said:"A strong broadband connection is an increasingly important factor when choosing where to live. We are living in the digital age and as such more people are choosing to work from home, but as well as this it's a part of our everyday lives with web browsing and streaming television commonplace.
"As a result we find people are increasingly prepared to pay a premium for homes with a good broadband signal, and this is likely to remain a factor when choosing where to live.
Not surprisingly, 40% of younger people say it will affect their decision, compared to 24% of those aged 65 and over.
And there is also a clear split along gender lines, with 34% of men saying it will affect their decision to buy, rather than 26% of women.
So it seems you may have to be prepared to pay a premium for a good broadband signal