Americans still want to buy homes, but cautions creeping in with interest rate hikes and rising home prices.
In First 2017 Survey Released Post-Inauguration, Americans Cautiously Optimistic in Housing Market - Driven by First-Time Homebuyers Reports ValueInsured’s Quarterly Index
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.
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ValueInsured Modern Homebuyer Survey – Wave 3
In October 2016, we released our 3rd wave along with our new ValueInsured Confidence Index showing that confidence was flat given several uncertainties.
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