Attitudes toward Housing Stalled -Fannie Survey

If data from Fannie Mae’s March National Housing Survey is
any indication, consumers seem to have grown a bit uneasy as many of the positive
responses given to survey questions in February deteriorated in March.  As Fannie Mae put it, “Consumer attitudes
toward housing appear to have stalled somewhat amid a recent dip in confidence
regarding personal finances and income growth.”

Survey respondents who felt the economy was on the right track
hit an all-time survey high in February only to drop four points to 43 percent
in March.  Responses that the economy was
on the wrong track rose three points to 48 percent. 

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