I pulled this from fannie and freddie & zillow. It's about the market as a whole, everyone still optimistic!
The housing market looks good according to the February 2020
Economic Outlook from Fannie Mae's Economic and Strategic Research (ESR)
group. Summing up the report, Fannie Mae's SVP and Chief Economist Doug
Duncan said, “Looking ahead, we continue to anticipate that the economy’s
resilience will help keep housing on a firm growth track. In fact, our
updated housing market forecast shows greater strength in essentially every
part of the housing market extending through the first half of 2021."
RATES & REFIS
Refinance activity surged to the highest level in seven
years according to Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market Survey for the
week ending February 13. Freddie's analysts characterized refinance and
purchase activity as robust, "with mortgage rates hovering near a
five-decade low" and "reflective of a solid economic
Consumer sentiment reflects the bullish outlook of
economists and experts. Fannie Mae's latest Home Purchase Sentiment Index®
(HPSI) rose for the third straight month in January to 93.0, moving closer
to the survey high of 93.8 set last year. The (HPSI) is a composite index
designed to track consumers’ housing-related attitudes, intentions, and
Buying and selling homes causes couples to clash according
to a Harris Poll commissioned by Zillow. A whopping 77% of respondents who
bought property with a significant other in the last 10 years admitted to
arguing during the process, while 71% who sold a home admitted to fighting
during the experience.