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HomeGain, the first company to provide free instant home valuations online, announced the results of its nationwide third quarter 2011 home values survey.
Over 500 real estate agents and brokers and over 2,200 homeowners were surveyed. We also released the regional results of the third quarter 2011 HomeGain home values survey. Most real estate professionals and homeowners continue to expect home values to decrease or stay the same through the middle of the year.
Forty-seven percent of agents and brokers and 45 percent of homeowners think that home values will decrease over the next six months. In the second quarter 2011 HomeGain National Home Values Survey, fifty percent of agents and brokers and 30 percent of homeowners thought that home values would decrease over the next six months.