As the housing market continues to recover, perceptions about its future remain a hot topic. While the talking heads continue to discuss the ups and downs of the current housing market situation, it seems that most Americans are remaining optimistic. In fact, 68 percent of America’s potential homebuyers expect the real estate market to recover in the next year or so according to a new survey by Prudential Real Estate and Relocation Services, Inc.\n\nThe Prudential Real Estate Outlook Survey also reported that 58 percent of respondents are interested in purchasing real estate and 45 percent are thinking of trading up, suggesting that Central Florida new homes will remain in high demand.\n\nHowever, this isn’t the only survey that is finding a positive American perception of the housing market. Recently, Trulia.com’s biannual American Dream Survey found that 78 percent of Americans still believe that homeownership is the American Dream.\n\nWhether you’re a first-time buyer or looking to move up, we have the Florida real estate to suit your needs. We build new homes in a variety of communities throughout Central Florida and offer more than 40 floor plans, so there’s something for everyone. For more information about our homes, visit the Highland Homes website.\n\nTell us what you think. Are you remaining optimistic with plans to purchase a new home in the near future?
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