US trends show more buyers come from internet, less from print

Where home buyers found the home they purchased- 2001 vs. 2008

 

Have a look at the very interesting figures published for USA home buyers on:

http://rismedia.com/2009-03-29/buyers-becoming-more-successful-finding-homes-through-internet/

 

The NAR statistics show that 7 years on from 2001, 32% of home buyers found their home through the internet. What’s even more interesting is that print newspaper hardly makes an impact, a mere 3% of buyers found their home through print.

 

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