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HomeGain Releases 1st Quarter 2011 North Carolina Home Values Survey Results

Forty-two percent of North Carolina real estate professionals expect home prices to rise in the coming six months; forty two percent expect them to remain the same

Last month, HomeGain, one of the first companies to provide free instant home valuations online, released the results of our first quarter 2011 nationwide home values survey of over 750 HomeGain current and former members and 1600 home owners. The survey asked their opinions on home prices and what they thought of President Obama’s performance as President. On this real estate blog we published the 1st quarter 2011 national results as well as the complete 1st quarter 2011 regional results, including commentary from real estate agents and brokers.

Earlier this month we released the  California 1st quarter 2011 home values survey data and the Florida 1st quarter 2011 home values survey data, the 1st quarter 2011 Texas home prices survey data , the 1st quarter 2011 New York home prices survey data, the first quarter 2011 New Jersey home values survey data, the Illinois first quarter 2011 home values survey data and the Virginia first quarter 2011 home prices survey data. In the coming days we will be releasing home values survey data from  Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and other states.

Today we are releasing the North Carolina home prices survey results.

Set forth below is the first quarter 2011 real estate professional and home owner North Carolina home prices survey data along with the fourth  quarter 2010 real estate professional survey data and the first quarter 2011 national home prices survey data: (click on each question to see complete results):


  1. Have home prices increased, decreased or stayed the same in the last year?
  2. On average, what do homeowners believe that their home is worth?
  3. How do buyers feel that homes for sale are priced?
  4. What is the average difference in price between what sellers believe their home to be worth and the amount at which the home gets listed?
  5. What is the average difference in price between what a home is listed at and what a home sells for?
  6. In the next six months, will the values of homes in your market increase, decrease or stay the same?
  7. What percentage of homes for sale are foreclosures in your area?
  8. What is the average home price in your area?
  9. What percentage of your clients are first-time buyers?
  10. How do you think Barack Obama is performing in his role as President?

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Posted by: Louis Cammarosano on April 25th, 2011 under Home Prices, Home Values, Home Values Surveys, HomeGain, Polls, Regional

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HomeGain Releases 1st Quarter 2011 Virginia Home Values Survey Results

Forty one percent of Virginia real estate professionals expect home prices to rise in the coming six months

Last month, HomeGain, one of the first companies to provide free instant home valuations online, released the results of our first quarter 2011 nationwide home values survey of over 750 HomeGain current and former members and 1600 home owners. The survey asked their opinions on home prices and what they thought of President Obama’s performance as President. On this real estate blog we published the 1st quarter 2011 national results as well as the complete 1st quarter 2011 regional results, including commentary from real estate agents and brokers.

Earlier this month we released the  California 1st quarter 2011 home values survey data and the Florida 1st quarter 2011 home values survey data, the 1st quarter 2011 Texas home prices survey data , the 1st quarter 2011 New York home prices survey data, the first quarter 2011 New Jersey home values survey data and the Illinois first quarter 2011 home values survey data.    In the coming days we will be releasing home values survey data from,  Arizona, North Carolina, Colorado, Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and other states.

Today we are releasing the Virginia home prices survey results today.

Set forth below is the first quarter 2011 real estate professional and home owner Virginia home prices survey data along with the fourth  quarter 2010 real estate professional survey data and the first quarter 2011 national home prices survey data: (click on each question to see complete results):


  1. Have home prices increased, decreased or stayed the same in the last year?
  2. On average, what do homeowners believe that their home is worth?
  3. How do buyers feel that homes for sale are priced?
  4. What is the average difference in price between what sellers believe their home to be worth and the amount at which the home gets listed?
  5. What is the average difference in price between what a home is listed at and what a home sells for?
  6. In the next six months, will the values of homes in your market increase, decrease or stay the same?
  7. What percentage of homes for sale are foreclosures in your area?
  8. What is the average home price in your area?
  9. What percentage of your clients are first-time buyers?
  10. How do you think Barack Obama is performing in his role as President?

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Posted by: Louis Cammarosano on April 22nd, 2011 under Home Prices, Home Values, Home Values Surveys, HomeGain, Polls, Regional

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HomeGain Releases 4th Quarter 2010 Virginia Home Values Survey Results

44% of Virginia real estate professionals think home values will remain the same over the next six months

At the end of last year, HomeGain, one of the first companies to provide free instant home valuations online,  released the fourth quarter results of our nationwide home values survey of over 1000 HomeGain current and former members and 2300 home owners.  The HomeGain survey asked their opinions on home prices and what they thought of President Obama’s performance. On this blog we published the 4th quarter 2010 national results as well as the complete 4th quarter  2010 regional results, including commentary from real estate agents and brokers and homeowners.

Today we are releasing the Virginia home prices survey results today.

Set forth below is the fourth quarter 2010 real estate professional and homeowner Virginia home prices survey data along with the 4th quarter 2009 and 2010 real estate professional survey data along with the 4th quarter 2010 national home prices survey dataClick on each question to see complete results:


  1. Have home prices increased, decreased or stayed the same in the last year?
  2. On average, what do homeowners believe that their home is worth?
  3. How do buyers feel that homes for sale are priced?
  4. What is the average difference in price between what sellers believe their home to be worth and the amount at which the home gets listed?
  5. What is the average difference in price between what a home is listed at and what a home sells for?
  6. In the next six months, will the values of homes in your market increase, decrease or stay the same?
  7. What percentage of homes for sale are foreclosures in your area?
  8. What is the average home price in your area?
  9. What percentage of your clients are first-time buyers?
  10. How do you think Barack Obama is performing in his role as President?

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Posted by: Louis Cammarosano on December 17th, 2010 under Home Prices, Home Values, Home Values Surveys, HomeGain, Polls, Regional

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HomeGain Releases 3rd Quarter 2010 Virginia Home Values Survey Results

74% of Virginia homebuyers think homes are over priced; 82% of Virginia homeowners think their homes are worth more than their agents’ recommended listing price

Last month, HomeGain, one of  the first companies to provide free online instant home valuationsreleased the third quarter results of our nationwide survey of over 1,100 HomeGain current and former members and 2,600 homeowners. Our survey asked their opinions on home values and what they thought of President Obama’s performance as President. On this blog we published the 3rd quarter 2010 national results as well as the complete 3rd quarter 2010 regional results, including commentary from real estate agents and brokers.

Recently, we released the results of the  3rd quarter 2010 California home values survey,  the 3rd quarter 2010 Texas home values survey, the 3rd quarter 2010 Florida home values survey, the 3rd quarter 2010 New York home values survey, the 3rd quarter 2010 New Jersey home values survey , the 3rd quarter 2010 Illinois home values survey the 3rd quarter 2010 North Carolina home values survey the 3rd quarter 2010 Ohio home values survey,  the 3rd quarter 2010 Nevada home values survey, the 3rd quarter 2010 Michigan home values survey the 3rd quarter 2010 Colorado home values survey ,the 3rd quarter 2010 Washington home values survey and the 3rd quarter 2010 Pennsylvania home prices survey.  In the coming days we will be releasing home values survey data from  Georgia, Arizona and Massachusetts.

Today we are releasing the Virginia home prices survey results today.

In the third quarter 2010 survey, Virginia home sellers continue to believe their homes are worth more than their agents’ recommended listing price. Eighty-two percent of Virginia home owners believe their homes are worth more than their agents” recommended listing price vs. 75% who thought so in the second quarter 2010 and 1st quarter 2010 Virgina home values survey and 82% who thought so in the Virginia 2009 fourth quarter home prices survey. Thirty-one percent percent of Virginia home sellers thought their homes should be priced 10-20% higher than their agents” recommended listing price vs 41% who thought so in the second quarter and 38% who thought the same in the first quarter. (see question 2).

Virginia home buyers continue to believe home prices are over valued. Only 11% of Virginia home buyers believe that homes are fairly valued vs. 26% who thought so in the second quarter. Seventy-four percent of Virginia home buyers believe that homes in their state are over priced, vs. 59% in the second quarter of 2010 vs. 67% in the first quarter of 2010 vs. 68% in the fourth quarter of 2009, 51% in the third quarter and 58% the second quarter. (see question 3).

Fifty percent of Virginia agents and brokers believe home prices will stay the same in the coming six months vs. 52% who believed the same in the second quarter vs. 58% who believed the same in the first quarter of 2010.  Seventeen percent of Virginia agents and brokers think home prices will increase in the next six months vs.  22% who thought so in the second quarter of 2010 vs. 19% who thought so in the first quarter of 2010 vs. 21% who thought so in the fourth quarter of 2009. Virginia home owners surveyed had similar views on the direction of home prices with 45%  thinking home prices would stay the same and 22% thinking they would increase over the next six months (see question 6).

President Obama’s approval rating continues to plummet among agents and brokers in Old Dominion with 72% disapproving (with 46%  “strongly disapproving”) vs. 63% disapproving of the President’s performance in the second quarter of 2010 vs. 61% disapproving of the Presidents performance in the first quarter of 2010, vs. 62% disapproving in the fourth quarter of 2009 and 60% disapproving in the third quarter of 2009. The President fared better among Virginia homeowners with 56% disapproving and 44% approving vs. 50% approving and 50% disapproving of the his performance in the second quarter. (see question 10).

Set forth below is the third quarter 2010 real estate professional and homeowner  Virginia home values survey data along with the 2nd quarter 2009 and 2010 real estate professional survey data along with the third quarter 2010 national home prices survey dataClick on each question to see complete results:

  1. Have home prices increased, decreased or stayed the same in the last year?
  2. On average, what do homeowners believe that their home is worth?
  3. How do buyers feel that homes for sale are priced?
  4. What is the average difference in price between what sellers believe their home to be worth and the amount at which the home gets listed?
  5. What is the average difference in price between what a home is listed at and what a home sells for?
  6. In the next six months, will the values of homes in your market increase, decrease or stay the same?
  7. What percentage of homes for sale are foreclosures in your area?
  8. What is the average home price in your area?
  9. What percentage of your clients are first-time buyers?
  10. How do you think Barack Obama is performing in his role as President?

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Posted by: Louis Cammarosano on November 9th, 2010 under Home Prices, Home Values, HomeGain, HomeGain Market Data, Polls, Regional

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HomeGain Releases 2nd Quarter 2010 Virginia Home Prices Survey Results

In July, HomeGain, one of  the first companies to provide free online instant home valuations, released the second quarter results of our nationwide survey of over 3500 home owners and 900 HomeGain current and former members. The survey asked their opinions on home prices and what they thought of President Obama’s performance as President. On this blog we published the complete 2nd quarter 2010 national results as well as the complete 2nd quarter 2010 regional results, including commentary from real estate agents and brokers.

We also released the second quarter 2010 California home prices survey the second quarter 2010 Florida home prices, the second quarter 2010 Texas home prices survey ,the second quarter 2010 New York home prices survey,  the second quarter 2010 New Jersey home prices survey, the second quarter 2010 Georgia home prices surveysecond quarter 2010 Illinois home prices survey and the second quarter 2010 North Carolina home prices survey results.

Today we are releasing the Virginia home prices survey results today.

In the second quarter 2010 survey, Virginia home sellers continue to believe their homes are worth more than their agents’ recommended listing price. Seventy-five percent of Virginia home owners believe their homes are worth more than their agents” recommended listing price vs. 75% who thought so in the 1st quarter 2010 Virgina home values survey and 82% who thought so in the Virginia 2009 fourth quarter home prices survey. Forty-one percent percent of Virginia home sellers thought their homes should be priced 10-20% higher than their agents” recommended listing price vs 38% who thought the same in the first quarter.

In the second quarter Virginia home prices survey, 46% of Virginia home owners thought their homes should be priced 10-20% higher than their Realtors’ recommended listing price. In the third quarter 2009 Virginia home prices survey 29% of home owners thought their homes should be priced 10-20% higher and in the fourth quarter 47% thought their homes should be prices 10-20% higher (see question 2).

Virginia home buyers continue to believe home prices are over valued. Fifty-nine percent of Virginia home buyers believe that homes in their state are over priced, vs. 67% in the first quarter of 2010 vs. 68% in the fourth quarter of 2009, 51% in the third quarter and 58% the second quarter. Twenty-six percent of Virginia home buyers believe that homes in their state are fairly valued vs. 21% in the first quarter of 2010 vs. 23% in the fourth quarter of 2009, 17% in the third quarter and 22% in the second quarter (see question 3).

Fifty two percent of Virginia agents and brokers believe home prices will stay the same in the coming six months vs. 58% who believed the same in the first quarter of 2010. Twenty two percent of Virginia agents and brokers think home prices will increase in the next six months vs. 19%  who thought so in the first quarter of 2010 vs.  21% who thought so in the fourth quarter of 2009.  Virginia home owners surveyed had similar views on the direction of home prices with 53%  thinking home prices will stay the same and 21% thinking they would increase over the next six months  (see question 6).

President Obama’s approval rating continues to plummet among agents and brokers in Old Dominion with 63% disapproving (with 44% ”strongly disapproving”) vs. 61%  disapproving of the Presidents performance in the  first quarter of 2010, vs. 62% disapproving in the fourth quarter of 2009 and 60% disapproving in the third quarter of 2009. The President fared better among Virginia homeowners with 50% approving and 50% disapproving of the his performance. (see question 10).

Set forth below is the agents and brokers second quarter 2009 and 2010 Virginia home values and the national second quarter 2010 data. Also set forth below for selected questions is the home owner response data for the second quarter of 2010. Click on each question to see complete results:

  1. Have home prices increased, decreased or stayed the same in the last year?
  2. On average, what do homeowners believe that their home is worth?
  3. How do buyers feel that homes for sale are priced?
  4. What is the average difference in price between what sellers believe their home to be worth and the amount at which the home gets listed?
  5. What is the average difference in price between what a home is listed at and what a home sells for?
  6. In the next six months, will the values of homes in your market increase, decrease or stay the same?
  7. What percentage of homes for sale are foreclosures in your area?
  8. What is the average home price in your area?
  9. What percentage of your clients are first-time buyers?
  10. How do you think Barack Obama is performing in his role as President?

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Posted by: Louis Cammarosano on August 4th, 2010 under Home Prices, Home Values, HomeGain, HomeGain Market Data, Polls, Regional

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HomeGain Releases 1st Quarter 2010 Virginia Home Prices Survey Results

Last month, HomeGain, one of the first companies to provide free instant home valuations online, released the national and regional results of our 2010 1st quarter home prices survey of more than 1,400 HomeGain  members. The survey asked real estate agents and brokers their opinions on home values and what they thought of Barack Obama’s performance as President. On the HomeGain real estate blog we published the full survey results, including agent and broker commentary and charts. Recently, we published the results of the first quarter 2010 Texas home prices survey, Florida home prices survey , California home prices survey, New York home prices survey , New Jersey home prices survey , Illinois home prices survey, Georgia home prices survey, Pennsylvania home prices survey , Arizona home prices survey, North Carolina home prices survey, Massachusetts home prices survey, Nevada home prices survey and Ohio home prices survey results.

Today we are releasing the Virginia home prices survey results today.

According to the recent survey, Virginia home sellers continue to believe their homes are worth more than their agents’ recommended listing price. Seventy-eight percent of Virginia home owners believe their homes are worth more than their agents” recommended listing price vs. 82% who thought so in the Virginia 2009 fourth quarter home prices survey. Thirty-eight  percent of Virginia home sellers thought their homes should be priced 10-20% higher than their agents” recommended listing price.

In the second quarter Virginia home prices survey, 46% of Virginia home owners thought their homes should be priced 10-20% higher than their Realtors’ recommended listing price. In the third quarter 2009 Virginia home prices survey 29% of home owners thought their homes should be priced 10-20% higher and in the fourth quarter 47% thought their homes should be prices 10-20% higher (see question 2).

While Virginia home sellers are lowering their home price valuation expectations, Virginia buyers still believe home prices are over valued. Sixty-sevent percent of Virginia home buyers, believe that homes in their state are over priced, vs. 68% in the fourth quarter of 2009, 51% in the third quarter and 58% the second quarter. Twenty-one percent of Virginia home buyers believe that homes in their state are fairly valued vs. 23% in the fourth quarter of 2009,  17% in the third quarter and 22% in the second quarter (see question 3).

Twenty-three percent of Virginia agents and brokers believe that home prices will decline over the next six months vs. 21% who believed so in the fourth quarter of 2009, 40% who so believed so in the third quarter and 41% in second quarters. Fifty-eight percent of Virginia agents and brokers believe home prices will stay the same in the coming six months vs. 58% who believed the same in the fourth quarter of 2009 vs. 46% who believed so in the third quarter and 35% who thought the same in the second quarter. Nineteen percent of Virginia agents and brokers think home prices will increase in the next six months vs. 21% who thought so in the fourth quarter of 2009 vs.  14% who thought so in the third quarter and 24% who so thought in the second quarter. (see question 6).

President Obama’s approval rating continues to be negative with 61% of surveyed agents and brokers in Old Dominion disapproving of the Presidents performance vs. a 62% disapproval rating in the fourth quarter of 2009 and a 60% disapproval rating in the third quarter. (see question 10).

Set forth below is the 1st and 2nd quarter Virginia home prices survey data with the 1st quarter 2010 data:

  1. Have home prices increased, decreased or stayed the same in the last year?
  2. On average, what do homeowners believe that their home is worth?
  3. How do buyers feel that homes for sale are priced?
  4. What is the average difference in price between what sellers believe their home to be worth and the amount at which the home gets listed?
  5. What is the average difference in price between what a home is listed at and what a home sells for?
  6. In the next six months, will the values of homes in your market increase, decrease or stay the same?
  7. What percentage of homes for sale are foreclosures in your area?
  8. What is the average home price in your area?
  9. What percentage of your clients are first-time buyers?
  10. How do you think Barack Obama is performing in his role as President?

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Posted by: Louis Cammarosano on April 13th, 2010 under Home Prices, Home Values, HomeGain, HomeGain Market Data, Polls, Regional

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