Sunday, September 18, 2016

Anxious About Real Estate? 6 Trends Making Housing Worrisome

A survey of 1,250 U.S. adults from Coldwell Banker Real Estate and Parks Associates found 71 percent want “a move-in ready home.”

Now 45 percent of those polled said move-in ready could mean new construction. And new-home sales nationally are at their highest in nearly a decade.

For existing homes, pollsters found “move-in ready” condition was boosted by updated heating/cooling (according to 85 percent of those who wanted move-in ready living); updated kitchen and bathrooms (83 percent); and new appliances (74 percent.)

From the article "Anxious About Real Estate? 6 Trends Making Housing Worrisome" by Jonathan Lansner.

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