77% of Americans agree it’s a good time to sell

77% of Americans agree it’s a good time to sell

Escalating home pricesfor FB - Copy - Copy - Copy in the past few years have made many homeowners hesitant to sell, fearing they won’t be able to afford their next house. However, optimism may be on the rise.
A record-high 77 percent of Americans indicated that they believe now is a good time to sell, according to the third-quarter Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) survey. The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) says the rising confidence indicates a “healthy shift” in the market.
The HOME survey also asked homeowners and renters about considerations when choosing a new neighborhood. Approximately 70 percent of respondents said highly rated schools are “very” or “somewhat” important in choosing a home.

Two other key factors in neighborhood preference are its proximity to where friends and family live and its proximity to jobs with a short commute.

“When you buy a home, you do not just buy the house; you buy a community – neighbors, parks, stores, and schools,” NAR President Elizabeth Mendenhall says. “Realtors® understand the unique qualities of the neighborhoods in their area and can help individual families find and purchase the right home in the right neighborhood.”

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