Denise Wambsganss
Realtor Your Castle Real Estate
303-880-8771
dwambs@msn.com







Monday, November 23, 2009

Home Values

Nationwide, when asked about their own home’s value over the past year:

• 25% think their home’s value has increased

• 26% think their home’s value has stayed the same

• 49% think their home’s value has decreased

In reality, 72 percent of U.S. homes lost value over the past year, and 22 percent of homes increased in value. That’s fewer homes declining versus Q2 (83%), and a smaller Misperception Index of 10 (vs. 13 in Q2 and 17 in Q3 2008). A Misperception Index of zero would mean homeowners’ perceptions were in line with actual values.

If you have any questions or would just like to brainstorm about Real Estate feel free to email me at dwambs@msn.com

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