Financial capacity limitations–along with a dwindling inventory of affordable single-family homes–are weighing-down renters’ confidence in the housing market, and contributing to a widening gap in “home transaction sentiment.” The latest edition of The U.S. Housing Confidence Survey of 10,000 heads of household–3,762 of whom are renters–reveals a growing imbalance that warrants monitoring. As reported by…

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According to the latest edition of The U.S. Housing Confidence Survey (HCS), renters continue to have positive homeownership aspirations. For example, in January, more than six in ten of the 3,741 renters surveyed across 20 of the largest U.S. cities said that they believe that owning a home provides a person more freedom than renting…

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