Americans Split on Real Estate Agents Service
Americans are split on whether they are satisfied with their real estate agents services, according to the latest poll by Housing Predictor, which forecasts housing markets in all 50 U.S. states. The online survey indicates respondents are divided on the quality of their agents services.
Forty-seven percent of the respondents said they were satisfied with their last real estate agents services, while a nearly exact number of 46% said they were not satisfied with their agents. Some seven percent were unsure.
After a national real estate boom in many states, the survey indicates that real estate agents may have a long way to go to increase the publicís perception and enthusiasm of their industry.
Housing Predictor regularly surveys visitors to the web site on a variety of issues related to the real estate industry, which is one of the largest driving forces of the national economy.
The poll now being taken is on whether the U.S. Congress should bail-out the financial markets as a result of the sub-prime loan crisis. Visit Housing Predictor to take the poll.
Forecasts for more than 250 local markets in all 50 states are provided on Housing Predictor, where you can also search real estate listings and foreclosures, which is becoming an increasingly active market for many home buyers and investors. Despite the slowdown in the housing market in many states, 18 states local markets are appreciating, including Texas and New Mexico, where foreclosures are just beginning to record higher numbers.
Housing Predictor forecasts that more than two million homes will be foreclosed through 2009 due to fall out from the sub-prime loan crisis as it spreads into the conventional mortgage markets. Foreclosures are at near record high levels in many areas, but are rare in the second home and vacation markets, where a large percentage of buyers pay cash for property.
Housing Predictor is a leading online source for consumers, home owners, the real estate industry, and mortgage and financial companies, which regularly consult the web site for its unbiased housing market forecasts.
Check on your markets forecast, search real estate listings and foreclosures at http://www.housingpredictor.com
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