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Fannie may survey

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Here is a summary of a recent survey on housing and most importantly, consumers overall attitude towards housing.

Here is a summary of a recent survey on housing and most importantly, consumers overall attitude towards housing.

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  • GSM Notes : Consumers are committed to owning homes, but are cautious. This means we need to invest time with our customers to explain the process in detail and demonstrate why now is a great time to buy.
  • GSM Notes: Insert a success story about converting a renter into a buyer.
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    • 1. Fannie Mae: National Housing Survey Results
    • 2. Nationwide Survey About Housing Sentiment
        • 3,400 people interviewed
        • A cross-section of the general population:
          • Homeowners
          • Mortgage borrowers
          • Renters
          • Underwater borrowers
          • Delinquent borrowers
    • 3. Key Findings “ Consumers are still committed to owning a home, but are showing increased cautiousness, regardless of whether they rent, own their homes outright or have a mortgage. They are rebalancing their attitudes toward housing and homeownership by adopting a more realistic, long-term approach, and are less willing to take risks. This focus on sustainable housing is better for the economy, better for the housing market and better for America’s families.” – Doug Duncan, vice president and chief economist, Fannie Mae
    • 4. Housing and the Economy Nearly two-thirds of respondents (64 percent) think it is a good time to buy a house, and nearly one in three (31 percent) think now is a very good time to buy a house. SOURCE: Fannie Mae National Housing Survey, 12/09-1/10
    • 5. Desirability of Homeownership Respondents cited non-financial reasons such as safety (43 percent) and quality of local schools (33 percent) as driving factors in wanting to own a home, ahead of economic considerations. SOURCE: Fannie Mae National Housing Survey, 12/09-1/10
    • 6. Renters’ Views on Renting and Homeownership Nearly seven in 10 renters (67 percent) plan to buy a home at some point in the future. SOURCE: Fannie Mae National Housing Survey, 12/09-1/10
    • 7. Challenges Facing Homeowners Most respondents (60 percent) believe it is harder for them to get a mortgage to purchase a home than it was for their parents. Nearly seven in 10 (68 percent) think it will be even harder for the next generation. SOURCE: Fannie Mae National Housing Survey, 12/09-1/10
    • 8. Attitudes About Delinquency Nearly nine in 10 Americans (88 percent), including seven in 10 who are delinquent on their own mortgages, do not believe it is acceptable for people to stop making payments on an underwater mortgage; 8 percent believe it is acceptable. SOURCE: Fannie Mae National Housing Survey, 12/09-1/10

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