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Optimism about the housing recovery continues to climb, according to Fannie Mae's September...

Optimism about the housing recovery continues to climb, according to Fannie Mae's September survey. A full 37% expect prices to rise over the next year, the highest percentage since the survey started in 2010. One for contrarian bond bears: With mortgage rates at all-time lows, those expecting higher rates over the coming year declined 7 points to 33%.
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  • Swass
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    So a full 37% will be surprised?
    9 Oct 2012, 05:38 PM Reply Like
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