Housing Predictor Poll Results 2007

Are you worried about the economic future of the U.S.? Survey Shows Majority Worried About Economic Future A large majority of online respondents say they are worried about the economic future of the U.S. Slightly more than 3 out of 4 surveyed say they are worried. The online survey conducted during December, 2007 and completed in January, 2008 found that 76% of all those surveyed said they are worried about the nation’s economic future. … [Read more...]

Housing Predictor Poll Results 2009

Predictor Poll Results 2009 Survey Shows America Wants Claw-Backs Apparently sick and tired of the way the U.S. government is handling the economy, more than 2 out of 3 surveyed say they want Congress to institute new laws to force corporate executives to return money they received as bonuses in the financial crisis, according to the latest Housing Predictor poll. Some 67% want Congress to pass legislation requiring bankers, Corporate … [Read more...]

News Releases from Housing Predictor

News releases are posted from the newest to the oldest. The news releases posted here are for the use of news organizations, web site owners and bloggers, who want to keep their visitors up to date on the latest Housing Predictor news. They are provided here for you to copy and paste on to your online web sites and for the use of other off-line news organizations. Poll Shows Public Wants Jobs Program Date Released: 02/08/2010 The U.S. … [Read more...]

Housing Predictor Opinion Poll Results

Huge Majority Want Government to Stay Out of Foreclosure Crisis Despite the strong likelihood that it would develop a full-fledged economic depression, more than 3 out of 4 polled say they want the U.S. government to stop interfering with the foreclosure crisis and allow it to run its course. A huge 78% of those surveyed said they want the epidemic of foreclosures sweeping the nation to run its course, despite the impact it would have on the … [Read more...]

Housing Predictor Poll Results 2008

Would you make an offer to purchase real estate after only seeing it online? Yes   –     7% No   –   75% Only if it was cheap enough   –   18% Buyers Want to See Property First Perspective property owners are adamantly against buying real estate online without seeing it first in person unless they can get a great deal, according to the latest Housing Predictor survey. The survey, conducted during the month of December and ending Dec. … [Read more...]

Housing Predictor Poll Results 2009

Poll Says Tax Credit Will Work The government tax credit to first time home buyers and expansion of the program will work to help the housing market recover, according to a new Predictor Poll. The survey found that a small majority of those polled feel the program will work to aid the housing market to stabilize. Only 57% of those polled said the tax credit backed by Congress would aid the market in its recovery. Some 43% of those who … [Read more...]

Housing Predictor Poll Results

Bankers Should Sell Foreclosures at Discount A large majority of those surveyed say bankers should slash the prices of foreclosed homes and sell them quickly at a discount. Apparently Americans feel the action will help produce a stabilization in the housing market. A huge 70% surveyed in the Housing Predictor opinion poll said bankers and other mortgage lenders should quickly sell them at a discount. Some 23% said bankers should be forced … [Read more...]

Housing Predictor Polling Center

We Want Your Vote Thanks for visiting the Housing Predictor Polling Center, which gauges public opinion by you taking an active part in the community. Remember your votes are totally anonymous. Should the U.S. government sell its excess inventory of foreclosures to investors at discount prices or list them for everyone to buy at a discount? Investors Everyone Housing Predictor issues independent real … [Read more...]

Housing Predictor Poll Results 2009

Homeowners Will Walk from Mortgages Nearly 1 in 3 homeowners will walk away from their mortgages if housing prices continue to fall, according to a new survey by Housing Predictor. Findings to the online Predictor Poll were similar to a survey taken in March. Some 32% said they would walk away from their home if housing prices keep falling. The latest survey was completed Oct. 11th. A large majority who took part in the poll or 68% said … [Read more...]

Only 40% Will Pay Off Mortgages

Only 40% of respondents in a new survey say they intend to pay off their home mortgages, and slightly more than a third (34%) said they do not plan on paying off their home loans at all. More than 1,000 online visitors took part in the poll, which was completed Tuesday after being asked of consumers by Housing Predictor for three weeks. The survey indicates that most homeowners with a mortgage feel that it is unlikely they will be able to pay … [Read more...]