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Homebuilder Sentiment Cools in February

Homebuilder Sentiment Cools in February

*+-The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index fell two points in the association's February reading, coming in at 55 for the month, the group said Tuesday. NAHB Chairman Tom Woods said February's slight decline is "largely attributable to the unusually high snow levels across much of the nation."

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Americans’ Economic Optimism Spills Over into Housing

Americans’ Economic Optimism Spills Over into Housing

*+-Sixty-seven percent of American adults responding to Fannie Mae's January National Housing Survey said now is a good time to buy a home, the company reported Monday, while 44 percent said now is a good time to sell. Both figures are up from December, when positive responses were at 64 percent and 40 percent, respectively.

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Consumer Sentiment Strengthens in January

Consumer Sentiment Strengthens in January

*+-The University of Michigan/Thomson Reuters Index of Consumer Sentiment came to 98.1 in its final January gauge, the group conducting the survey reported. While down slightly from a mid-month reading of 98.2, the index is still higher than it's been in the last 11 years.

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Economic, Housing Attitudes Mixed in New York Fed Survey

Economic, Housing Attitudes Mixed in New York Fed Survey

*+-The New York Federal Reserve's year-end Survey of Consumer Expectations showed little change between November and December, though there was a small pullback in Americans' financial expectations, according to results released Monday. The results mirror the latest National Housing Survey results released last week by Fannie Mae.

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