[:en]Gallup Poll: Real Estate “Heading in the Right Direction”[:es]La encuesta de Gallup: Bienes raíces “se dirige en la dirección correcta”[:]

[:en]In a recent Gallup poll, Americans were asked to rate 24 different business sectors and industries on a five-point scale ranging from “very positive” to “very negative.” The poll was first conducted in 2001, and has been used as an indicator of “Americans’ overall attitudes toward each industry”.

For the first time since 2006, Americans had an overall positive view of real estate, giving the industry a 12% positive ranking.

Real Estate “Heading in the Right Direction” | Keeping Current Matters

Americans’ view of the real estate industry worsened from 2003 to the -40% plummet of 2008.  Gallup offers some insight into the reason for decline:

Prices Dropped

“In late 2006, real estate prices in the U.S. began falling rapidly, and continued to drop. Many homeowners saw their home values plummet, likely contributing to real estate’s image taking a hard hit.”

Housing Bubble

“The large drops in the positive images of banking and real estate in 2008 and 2009 reflect both industries’ close ties to the recession, which was precipitated in large part because of the mortgage-related housing bubble.”

Bottom Line

“Although the image of real estate remains below the average of 24 industries Gallup has tracked, the sharp recovery from previous extreme low points suggests it is heading in the right direction.”

[:es]Real Estate "Heading in the Right Direction" | Keeping Current Matters

En una encuesta reciente de Gallup, a los Estadounidenses se les pidió qué evaluaran 24 sectores distintos de negocios e industrias en una escala de cinco puntos que van desde “muy positivo” a “muy negativo”. El sondeo fue realizado por primera vez en 2001, y se ha usado como un indicador de “las actitudes en general de los estadounidenses hacia cada industria”.

Por primera vez desde 2006, los estadounidenses tuvieron en general un punto de vista positivo sobre bienes raíces, dándole a la industria una calificación positiva del 12%.

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El punto de vista de los estadounidenses sobre la industria de bienes raíces empeoró desde 2003 hasta un desplome del -40% en 2008. Gallup ofrece una idea de la razón por la que disminuyo:

Los precios cayeron

“A finales de 2006, Los precios de bienes raíces en los Estados Unidos empezaron a caer rápidamente, y siguieron disminuyendo. Muchos propietarios de casa vieron el valor de sus propiedades desplomarse, probablemente contribuyendo a que la imagen de bienes raíces tomara un duro golpe.”

La burbuja del sector de la vivienda

“Los amplios desniveles en la imagen positiva de los bancos y bienes raíces en 2008 y 2009 refleja lazos de ambas industrias a la recesión, que se precipitó en gran parte debido a las hipotecas relacionadas con la burbuja del sector de la vivienda.”

En conclusión

“Aunque la imagen de bienes raíces se mantenga por debajo del promedio de las 24 industrias que Gallup ha seguido, la fuerte recuperación de los puntos bajos extremos sugiere que se dirige en la dirección correcta.”

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[:en]Gallup Poll: Real Estate “Heading in the Right Direction”[:es]La encuesta de Gallup: Bienes raíces “se dirige en la dirección correcta”[:]



[:en]In a recent Gallup poll, Americans were asked to rate 24 different business sectors and industries on a five-point scale ranging from “very positive” to “very negative.” The poll was first conducted in 2001, and has been used as an indicator of “Americans’ overall attitudes toward each industry”. For the first time since 2006, Americans ...

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[:en]Gallup Poll: Real Estate “Heading in the Right Direction”[:es]La encuesta de Gallup: Bienes raíces “se dirige en la dirección correcta”[:]



[:en]In a recent Gallup poll, Americans were asked to rate 24 different business sectors and industries on a five-point scale ranging from "very positive" to "very negative." The poll was first conducted in 2001, and has been used as an indicator of “Americans’ overall attitudes toward each industry”.

For the first time since 2006, Americans had an overall positive view of real estate, giving the industry a 12% positive ranking.

Real Estate “Heading in the Right Direction” | Keeping Current Matters

Americans’ view of the real estate industry worsened from 2003 to the -40% plummet of 2008.  Gallup offers some insight into the reason for decline:

Prices Dropped

“In late 2006, real estate prices in the U.S. began falling rapidly, and continued to drop. Many homeowners saw their home values plummet, likely contributing to real estate's image taking a hard hit.”

Housing Bubble

“The large drops in the positive images of banking and real estate in 2008 and 2009 reflect both industries' close ties to the recession, which was precipitated in large part because of the mortgage-related housing bubble.”

Bottom Line

“Although the image of real estate remains below the average of 24 industries Gallup has tracked, the sharp recovery from previous extreme low points suggests it is heading in the right direction.”

[:es]Real Estate "Heading in the Right Direction" | Keeping Current Matters

En una encuesta reciente de Gallup, a los Estadounidenses se les pidió qué evaluaran 24 sectores distintos de negocios e industrias en una escala de cinco puntos que van desde “muy positivo” a “muy negativo”. El sondeo fue realizado por primera vez en 2001, y se ha usado como un indicador de “las actitudes en general de los estadounidenses hacia cada industria”.

Por primera vez desde 2006, los estadounidenses tuvieron en general un punto de vista positivo sobre bienes raíces, dándole a la industria una calificación positiva del 12%.

Slide 2 SP

El punto de vista de los estadounidenses sobre la industria de bienes raíces empeoró desde 2003 hasta un desplome del -40% en 2008. Gallup ofrece una idea de la razón por la que disminuyo:

Los precios cayeron

“A finales de 2006, Los precios de bienes raíces en los Estados Unidos empezaron a caer rápidamente, y siguieron disminuyendo. Muchos propietarios de casa vieron el valor de sus propiedades desplomarse, probablemente contribuyendo a que la imagen de bienes raíces tomara un duro golpe.”

La burbuja del sector de la vivienda

“Los amplios desniveles en la imagen positiva de los bancos y bienes raíces en 2008 y 2009 refleja lazos de ambas industrias a la recesión, que se precipitó en gran parte debido a las hipotecas relacionadas con la burbuja del sector de la vivienda.”

En conclusión

“Aunque la imagen de bienes raíces se mantenga por debajo del promedio de las 24 industrias que Gallup ha seguido, la fuerte recuperación de los puntos bajos extremos sugiere que se dirige en la dirección correcta.”

[:]

[:en]Gallup Poll: Real Estate “Heading in the Right Direction”[:es]La encuesta de Gallup: Bienes raíces “se dirige en la dirección correcta”[:]



[:en]In a recent Gallup poll, Americans were asked to rate 24 different business sectors and industries on a five-point scale ranging from “very positive” to “very negative.” The poll was first conducted in 2001, and has been used as an indicator of “Americans’ overall attitudes toward each industry”. For the first time since 2006, Americans ...

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