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Majority of Americans expect housing fundamentals to rise

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Ideally, strong economic and demographic fundamentals like job growth and household formation would take up the slack. But the virtuous cycle of gains in jobs and housing is relatively weak, and that will slow the recovery in 2015. All the same, consumers are optimistic, according to our survey of 2,008 American adults conducted november 6-10, 2014.

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Americans have consistently endorsed the idea of buying a home, but their willingness to do so has varied depending on housing market conditions. Now, with homes as expensive as ever, a limited supply of homes for sale, and mortgage interest rates above where they were a few years ago, fewer Americans say it is a good time to buy a house.

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