HomeGain®, the first website to provide free instant home values, today announced the state results of a nationwide survey of current and former HomeGain Realtor® members’ opinions on the Obama stimulus plan.
Last week HomeGain released the results of a nationwide survey of nearly 700 current and former HomeGain members. The survey asked their opinions on home values and the impact of the Obama stimulus package. On this blog we published the national and regional results.
The HomeGain member survey received national coverage and the results were noted in USA Today, Dallas Morning News,Boston Globe, Crane’s Investment News, Sellsius, Dallas Magazine, Orange County Register, RIS Media, Philadelphia Daily News, St. Petersburg Times, the Boston Real Estate Blog, Real Trends, Realtor Magazine, Inman News, Transparent Real Estate, Agent Genius and other blogs.
Today we released the state survey results on Realtors’ opinions on the Obama stimulus plan.
Nationally 45% of our surveyed Realtors thought Obama’s stimulus plan would have no impact on home values. 38% thought it would stabilize home prices, 13% thought it would decrease home prices and just four percent thought it would increase home values.
The HomeGain survey was conducted the week of February 23. A Rassmussen telephone poll conducted the same week showed that 34% of U.S. voters thought the plan would help the economy while 32% thought it would hurt. Twenty eight percent of US voters participating in the Rasmuessen poll thought the plan would have little impact on the economy.
Set forth below are the HomeGain survey results by state of the Realtors’ opinion of the Obama stimulus plan: