Did you miss this webinar featuring presentations from Rick Sharga, EVP at RealtyTrac, powered by ATTOM, and Mike DelPrete, Real Estate Tech Strategist? This summary provides key takeaways from this discussion surrounding current housing market conditions and what is to come in 2022.
Mike DelPrete jumps into the thrust of this insightful webinar by looking at iBuyer purchase market share, as well as both buying and selling transaction trends and ibuyer activity by brand, including a comparison of buy-to-list premiums.
Also during this webinar, Rick Sharga provides an overview of RealtyTrac’s Winter 2021 Investor Sentiment Survey, which looks at recent ibuyer activity and implications for broader ibuyer issues, as well as investor sentiment toward market conditions, inventory, prices and inflation.
Rick also looks at investor purchase activity trends and cites the top 10 states with both the highest and lowest investor purchase shares in 2021, noting that investors paid less and usually purchased with cash last year.
This webinar also provides an in-depth overview of data trends illustrating a strong U.S. economic recovery continuing through early 2022, while looking at employment, inflation and consumer confidence trends, and how those factors are impacting the housing market.
Other data points presented during this webinar include a look back at:
- Existing Home Sales
- For-Rent and For-Sale Inventory
- New Home Sales
- Home Construction Sales
- Mortgage Rates
- Home Price Appreciation
- Home Affordability
- Foreclosure Activity
- Delinquencies and Forbearance
- Home-Owner Equity
Lastly, this webinar provides key predictions in terms of housing demand, both new and existing home sales, inventory, investor activity, home affordability, foreclosure activity, home equity, and the role COVID and supply chain disruptions may play.
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Want to learn more about how today’s housing market conditions offer a glimpse at what is to come in 2022?
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