The State of Real Estate

Prudential Real Estate Outlook Survey: Home Ownership Is Increasingly Important to Younger Americans Read about the report:

Consumer Attitudes on Housing Continue

Consumer Attitudes on Housing Continue Summer Season’s Gradual Upward Trend Americans’ Overall Economic Sentiment Shows Marked Improvement, Some Areas Post Record Highs Results from Fannie Mae’s September 2012 National Housing Survey show Americans’ optimism about the recovery of the housing market and with regard to homeownership continued its gradual climb, bolstered by a series of …

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Homeownership Still Holds High Emotional Value

Despite the economic downturn, a study conducted by Coldwell Banker and psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig found that even though people’s feelings about homeownership have changed, owning a home is still very much a goal for many Americans. Coldwell Banker conducted the online survey through Harris Interactive and polled more than 2,100 adults aged 18 and …

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Americans are more likely to buy, not rent

According to the March 2012 Fannie Mae National Housing Survey, 48 percent of Americans who responded expect rental prices to increase, and the expectation is that prices will rise by 4.1 percent over the next 12 months, the highest number recorded to date and an increase from the 3.5 percent recorded in February. Also, 33 …

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