[:en]Fannie Mae Introduces Home Purchase Sentiment Index[:es]Fannie Mae presenta el índice “Home Purchase Sentiment”.[:]

[:en]Earlier this month, Fannie Mae’s Economic & Strategic Research Group announced the launch of their Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI). The index will distill results from Fannie Mae’s consumer-focused National Housing Survey into a single, monthly, predictive indicator. According to Doug Duncan, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at Fannie Mae, the goal for the new index is simple:

“The Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index provides the market a single number to track consumer attitudes focused on the housing market. Utilizing our National Housing Survey, the only consumer sentiment survey of its kind focused on housing, the HPSI will offer insights regarding current and future-looking housing market outcomes and will complement existing data sources to inform housing-related analysis.”

Here is a graph of the findings of the HPSI from May 2011 until the current index. A higher number reflects a more positive sentiment from the consumer.

Fannie Mae's Home Purchase Sentiment Index | Simplifying The Market

According to consumer sentiment, the housing market has made great strides over the last four years.[:es]A principio de este mes el grupo de investigación estratégica & económica de Fannie Mae anunció el lanzamiento de su Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI por sus siglas en inglés).El índice destila los resultados del “consumer-focused National Housing Survey” de Fannie Mae en un indicador único, mensual y predictivo. Según Doug Duncan, Vicepresidente y Economista principal de Fannie Mae, el objetivo para el índice nuevo es simple:

“El “Home Purchase Sentiment Index” de Fannie Mae proporciona al mercado un número único para medir las actitudes de los consumidores centrado en el mercado de la vivienda. Utilizando nuestra encuesta nacional sobre la vivienda, la única encuesta del sentimiento del consumidor de su clase y centrada en la vivienda, el HPSI va a ofrecer perspectivas en cuanto a los resultados del mercado de la vivienda actual y futuro y complementará las fuentes de datos existentes para informar los análisis relacionados con la vivienda”.

Aquí hay una gráfica de los resultados del HPSI desde mayo 2011 hasta el índice actual. Un número alto refleja un sentimiento más positivo del consumidor.

Home Purchase Sentiment Index de Fannie Mae | Simplifying The Market

Según el sentimiento del consumidor, el mercado de la vivienda ha hecho grandes progresos durante los últimos cuatro años.[:]

[:en]Fannie Mae Introduces Home Purchase Sentiment Index[:es]Fannie Mae presenta el índice “Home Purchase Sentiment”.[:]



[:en]Earlier this month, Fannie Mae’s Economic & Strategic Research Group announced the launch of their Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI). The index will distill results from Fannie Mae’s consumer-focused National Housing Survey into a single, monthly, predictive indicator. According to Doug Duncan, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at Fannie Mae, the goal for the ...

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[:en]Fannie Mae Introduces Home Purchase Sentiment Index[:es]Fannie Mae presenta el índice “Home Purchase Sentiment”.[:]



[:en]Earlier this month, Fannie Mae’s Economic & Strategic Research Group announced the launch of their Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI). The index will distill results from Fannie Mae’s consumer-focused National Housing Survey into a single, monthly, predictive indicator. According to Doug Duncan, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at Fannie Mae, the goal for the new index is simple:

“The Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index provides the market a single number to track consumer attitudes focused on the housing market. Utilizing our National Housing Survey, the only consumer sentiment survey of its kind focused on housing, the HPSI will offer insights regarding current and future-looking housing market outcomes and will complement existing data sources to inform housing-related analysis.”

Here is a graph of the findings of the HPSI from May 2011 until the current index. A higher number reflects a more positive sentiment from the consumer.

Fannie Mae's Home Purchase Sentiment Index | Simplifying The Market

According to consumer sentiment, the housing market has made great strides over the last four years.[:es]A principio de este mes el grupo de investigación estratégica & económica de Fannie Mae anunció el lanzamiento de su Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI por sus siglas en inglés).El índice destila los resultados del “consumer-focused National Housing Survey” de Fannie Mae en un indicador único, mensual y predictivo. Según Doug Duncan, Vicepresidente y Economista principal de Fannie Mae, el objetivo para el índice nuevo es simple:

“El “Home Purchase Sentiment Index” de Fannie Mae proporciona al mercado un número único para medir las actitudes de los consumidores centrado en el mercado de la vivienda. Utilizando nuestra encuesta nacional sobre la vivienda, la única encuesta del sentimiento del consumidor de su clase y centrada en la vivienda, el HPSI va a ofrecer perspectivas en cuanto a los resultados del mercado de la vivienda actual y futuro y complementará las fuentes de datos existentes para informar los análisis relacionados con la vivienda”.

Aquí hay una gráfica de los resultados del HPSI desde mayo 2011 hasta el índice actual. Un número alto refleja un sentimiento más positivo del consumidor.

Home Purchase Sentiment Index de Fannie Mae | Simplifying The Market

Según el sentimiento del consumidor, el mercado de la vivienda ha hecho grandes progresos durante los últimos cuatro años.[:]

[:en]Fannie Mae Introduces Home Purchase Sentiment Index[:es]Fannie Mae presenta el índice “Home Purchase Sentiment”.[:]



[:en]Earlier this month, Fannie Mae’s Economic & Strategic Research Group announced the launch of their Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI). The index will distill results from Fannie Mae’s consumer-focused National Housing Survey into a single, monthly, predictive indicator. According to Doug Duncan, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at Fannie Mae, the goal for the ...

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