Not my house!
Perception and reality. It’s an interesting thing how people will believe what they want, despite any and all facts to the contrary.
Real estate web site Zillow.com released a survey today showing the difference between what we want to believe and what’s really going on in the real estate market. And according to the survey, conducted by Harris Interactive, 62 percent of Americans believe that their homes have maintained or increased in value in the past year when in fact 77 percent of homes have actually seen their home values fall.
It’s called the “Not My House!” sentiment, and Zillow created a ...