Buyers and Sellers Drifting Farther Apart; Lowest Rates in 5 Months

Fannie Mae said “Consumers are increasingly adamant that it’s a good time to sell, bad time to buy a home” as it released its June Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI). The index, based on the company’s monthly National Housing Survey, shows a growing difference in the number of consumers who hold one or another of those opinions. The HPSI was largely unchanged in June, dipping from 80.0 in May to 79.7 , but questions of whether it is a good time to buy a home or to sell one produced notable results. Only 32 percent of survey respondents said it was a good time to buy, down from 35 percent in May and with an 8 point increase in those who thought it was not. As a result, the net who were upbeat about buying fell 11 points to -32 percent, 66 points lower than in June 2020. Conversely, the net
Buyers and Sellers Drifting Farther Apart; Lowest Rates in 5 Months
Buyers and Sellers Drifting Farther Apart; Lowest Rates in 5 Months

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