30 Mar Healthy Demand Expected for First-Time and Move-Up Buyers
Fifteen years into the new millennium, we are finally seeing real potential that the market can support full buyer momentum, according to the recently released Home Data Index (HDI) Market Report from Clear Capital, with data through January 2015.
According to the data, 2015 has the promise of a transitional year where full buyer momentum in the low and mid tiers reinforces a strong housing recovery. Sustained national price growth in the low-tier segment, once driven by investor activity, is good news for first-time homebuyers. Also encouraging, the number of potential move-up buyers, once locked into underwater mortgages, has been steadily decreasing. The recent rise in home prices continues to bring more homeowners out of negative equity. With more equity to play with, mid-tier homeowners could move-up, creating more opportunity and driving healthy demand in the low and mid tiers of the market.
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Healthy Demand Expected for First-Time and Move-Up Buyers (RIS Media Article)