Realestateinanacortes.com recently came across an informative special report on the 2017 real estate industry outlook.
The report was derived from a survey of respondents that included some of the industry’s most respected top executives. A synopsis of that report is included here:
1. About half of the survey respondents believe that unit sales will go up in 2017, and 75% of those surveyed think that prices will increase.
2. Over 70% of the surveyed respondents said they have definite plans to expand their real estate business in 2017.
3. Over 50% of the surveyed respondents expect the new administration to have a clearly positive effect on the nation’s housing market.
4. Overall, according to the surveyed respondents, there is solid optimism with regard to the housing market as 2017 rapidly approaches. In fact, nearly 28% of surveyed respondents agree that there is “extreme” optimism heading into 2017.
In summation, the report expects the 2017 real estate market to respond quickly to market changes. It points to successful realtors being the ones that are nimble and that keep clients well informed.
The full report can be viewed here
Realestateinanacortes.com is excited about this optimistic outlook for the real estate market in 2017. The Anacortes real estate market as well as the Oak Harbor real estate markets are both thriving, lending further proof that the report is likely quite accurate in its assessment of the up coming new year.
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