Consumers are more confident in housing than ever before: Fannie

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The most detailed consumer attitudinal survey of its kind, Fannie Mae’s National Housing Survey polled 1,000 Americans via live telephone interview to assess their attitudes toward owning and renting a home, home and rental price changes, homeownership distress, the economy, household finances, and overall consumer confidence.

The National Housing Survey is conducted by Fannie Mae among a sample of 1,000 consumers, both homeowners and renters and is intended to gather their current views and forward-looking expectations.

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Americans are growing more confident in housing, and a new report from Fannie Mae even shows they are more confident than ever before. Fannie Mae’s Home Purchase Sentiment Index rose 3.4 points in.

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Fannie Mae’s "Home Purchase Sentiment Index" revealed an all-time high in consumer’s confidence in the housing market, according to housingwire.com. Contact Us: 888-914-2276 Make A Payment Search

Fannie Mae said today that results of its december national housing survey show that the housing recovery is on firm footing and consumer housing sentiment has bounced back from an autumn dip.

 · Americans are more confident about their housing prospects than ever before, with more believing now is “a good time” to buy or sell a home, according to the recent Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI).

Now is a "good time" to buy or a sell a home, according to more Americans. The Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index rose to 88.3 percentage points in February, an all-time high and an increase of 5.6 percentage points since February. The HPSI also increased 5.6 percentage points year-to-year.