Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Near Majority Want Housing Tax Credit

(PR.com)-- Close to a majority of those surveyed said they want the federal tax credit for home buyers to be re-established by Congress to re-stimulate the housing market. The finding was determined by a just released Housing Predictor opinion poll.

Nearly half of all respondents or 48% said they want the tax incentive to be re-started. Another 25% said it would be best to bulldoze a surplus number of mostly old and vacant homes to help markets recover from their record downturn. Get the full details on the opinion poll at Housing Predictor dot com.

Housing Predictor is an independent real estate research firm that’s been forecasting housing markets in all 50 states for five years, surveying visitors on the latest trends and hop topics in real estate and providing the latest in real estate news.

The website just also added a new feature, inviting visitors to express your views by writing an article to be published on the site. Submit your news to Housing Predictor.

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