Latest Fannie Mae Housing Survey Says: Good Time to Sell

Consumer attitudes toward housing and the
economy in general continued the slow improvement that has become the norm according
to results from the October National Housing Survey.  Fannie Mae which sponsors the survey said the
share of respondent households voicing confidence that their personal financial
situation would improve over the next 12 months climbed to 45 percent.  This was only a one point gain from the
September survey but was seven points higher than one year ago and the highest
it has been since June 2013.  At the same
time the percentage of those who expected personal finances would worsen over
that time frame dropped 2 points to 10 percent compared to 22 percent in
October 2013.

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