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The new NAR report on the characteristics of homebuyers was released today.

Let’s note how many homes were bought to accommodate kids moving back home – or who never left.  Past generations never had to worry about kids moving out when everybody could afford a home.

As the prices go sky high, more kids will be faced with either having to move far away if they want/need to buy an affordable home, or live with their parents for the duration – yikes!

One more variable to add to the Reasons-To-Move theories, and help explain why demand is exploding!

National Association of Realtors Study

The National Association of Realtors® has released results of their  Home Buyer & Seller Survey. Interesting reading. Over the past decade, more and more people have turned to the Internet to find their new home (well, that’s obvious, right?).

Other real estate facts:

Married couples make up the largest share of the housing market, accounting for 61 percent of transactions. Single women purchase 21 percent of homes while single men account for 9 percent. Unmarried couples were 7 percent of the market, and 2 percent were listed as other. In 2004, single women were 18 percent of buyers and single men were 8 percent.

The typical buyer walked through nine properties, searched eight weeks to buy a home, and moved 12 miles from their previous residence.

In finding a real estate professional, 44 percent of buyers were referred by a friend, neighbor, or relative, 11 percent used an agent from a previous transaction, 7 percent found an agent on the Internet (Hi, readers!), 7 percent met at an open house and 6 percent saw contact information.

The most important factor in choosing an agent was reputation, according to 41 percent of home buyers, 

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