Consumers are more confident in housing than ever before: Fannie

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Consumers More Confident That Housing Market Has Bottomed, But Less Certain About the Future A large majority of Americans (78 percent) believe that home prices either will remain flat or go up over the next year, up five points from the beginning of the year.

 · More consumers than ever think now is a good time to sell a home, Fannie Mae’s May National Housing Survey revealed this week. In keeping.

allow consumers to more easily find the right mortgage to suit. Fannie Mae’s National Housing Survey.. *Denotes a statistically significant difference between "less than $50,000" and "more than $100,000" at the 95% confidence level

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Fannie Mae’s Home Purchase Sentiment Index reached a new all-time survey high, which indicated that consumers are confident about the housing market. This recent Housing Wire article by Kelsey Ramrez, shares the details of Fannie Mae’s recent report. The HPSI increased 3.3 points in July to 86.5, up from last month’s 83.2.

Housing sentiment saw further improvement in May as more consumers said it was a good time to buy. The Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index gained 3.7 points month-over-month to 92.0, narrowly.

Fannie Mae’s Home Purchase Sentiment Index reached a new all-time survey high, which indicated that consumers are confident about the housing market. Stephen Eastman, Retirement Funding Solutions, NMLS# 485909

Consumers are still unsure of what is required to qualify for a mortgage, according to a recent study from Fannie Mae. “Despite increased exposure to credit scores and online resources, consumer.

Ninety-six percent of luxury homebuyers today are leaning on their real estate agent for more acute information than ever before. They are looking for insight into neighborhood lifestyle (65%), advanced new listing notices (64%), advice on housing trends (55%), and support on a personal level throughout the buying process (53%).

Americans’ Confidence in housing nears survey high, Despite Moderating Optimism About Wage Growth and Job Security. Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at Fannie Mae. "While consumers.

Sweet old Fannie Mae released a new survey that says consumers haven’t felt this bad about the housing market in a year and a half. The current interest rate fell to its lowest point since February of 2015, and it’s bothering consumers.

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