Survey Reveals Lack Of Real Estate Literacy In The U.S.

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A survey conducted by Homie, a real estate technology company, revealed that there is a serious lack of real estate literacy in the United States.

Navi Persaud
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June 23, 2020

A survey conducted by Homie, a real estate technology company, revealed that there is a serious lack of real estate literacy in the United States. The survey was conducted by polling 1,000 millennial Americans on topics related to the industry.  

According to Homie, those polled were largely unaware of many of the complexities involved in buying and selling real estate, which suggests there is a need for more transparency and education on the subject.

Click here to read more from the Homie survey.

This article originally appeared in the National Mortgage Professional print magazine.

Navi is the Director of Online Content for American Business Media in West Hartford, Conn.

Navi is the Director of Online Content for American Business Media in West Hartford, Conn.

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Survey Reveals Lack Of Real Estate Literacy In The U.S.
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Survey Reveals Lack Of Real Estate Literacy In The U.S.

June 23, 2020
by
Navi Persaud

A survey conducted by Homie, a real estate technology company, revealed that there is a serious lack of real estate literacy in the United States. The survey was conducted by polling 1,000 millennial Americans on topics related to the industry.  

According to Homie, those polled were largely unaware of many of the complexities involved in buying and selling real estate, which suggests there is a need for more transparency and education on the subject.

Click here to read more from the Homie survey.

Written by 
Navi Persaud

Navi is the Director of Online Content for American Business Media in West Hartford, Conn.

npersaud@ambizmedia.com

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A survey conducted by Homie, a real estate technology company, revealed that there is a serious lack of real estate literacy in the United States. The survey was conducted by polling 1,000 millennial Americans on topics related to the industry.  

According to Homie, those polled were largely unaware of many of the complexities involved in buying and selling real estate, which suggests there is a need for more transparency and education on the subject.

Click here to read more from the Homie survey.

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