In the COVID era, uncertainty often feels like the dominant theme. Industry leaders, government officials, and especially our clients want to know what 2022 holds for housing. 4,000+ real estate agents nationally shared their pricing and volume forecasts for 2022 in our latest Burns Real Estate Agent Survey and the results revealed optimism.
- Agents expect resale home prices to climb 7% nationally in 2022 after rising a blistering 18% in 2021.
- Agents shared slightly more muted expectations for sales volume growth, at 6% nationally in 2022, mainly due to supply constraints.
Our survey results support their forecasts:
- 74% of agents reported mostly increasing home prices nationally, up from a low of 63% in October, and approaching the high of 77% seen in July 2021.
- 53% of contracts received multiple offers, up from 47% last month, and back to levels seen in August 2021.
- All-cash purchases rose slightly to 19% nationally.
- Florida’s percentage of cash sales jumped from 30% to 38% MOM, fueled by in-migration and investors.
We will continue to monitor supply, demand, and pricing trends across the country to bring you the most timely and accurate real estate market insight.
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