Fannie Survey Says: Housing Attitude Remains Cautious

By Jann Swanson

Posted To: MND NewsWire

Even though consumers are becoming increasingly optimistic about the economy and comfortable that it is heading in the right direction, results of the Fannie Mae’s December National Housing Survey indicate that they aren’t quite so sure of the housing market. Positive answers to the question of whether the economy is on the right or the wrong track increased by 5 percentage points from the November survey while wrong track answers decreased by one, bringing the two tracks as close together as they have been since the survey began. At the same time those who view this as a good time to buy a home decreased from 68 percent to 64 percent, an all-time survey low. Those who think it is a good time to sell went up by one point to 40 percent. When asked if their next home would be one they owned or…(read more)

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