Americans are starting off 2017 cautiously optimistic about the housing market, reports ValueInsured Modern Homebuyer Survey. The first consumer confidence survey conducted in January and released post-inauguration reveals nearly seven-in-10 Americans (69 percent) believe 2017 will be a better year for the housing market than 2016, despite rising interest rates and a new administration.
Many Millennial Renters Would Buy a HomeIf Only They Could Protect Their Nest Egg, Says New Survey
Lack of Confidence in Real Estate Market Keeping Americans on the Sidelines, According to a New Survey
Down payment protection can provide the confidence needed to buy and sell a home
With down payment protection, millennial renters will buy their first home sooner and feel more confident that their nest egg is protected.