Consumer Confidence In Buying Homes Online Has Increased, an online brokerage firm, has released the results of a survey regarding confidence in the property-buying process and in using the Internet to find and make real estate purchases. The company asked 1,000 potential new buyers a number of questions that, when analyzed, shows that consumers are fairly confident that they understand how to purchase a home and are more self-reliant.

Out of those who responded, 69 percent stated that they would rate their knowledge of the home-buying process as either an A or a B, showing that they are quite confident in their understanding of the market and of the mortgage process.

Several questions asked participants about using the Internet in their search for a property. A total of 73 percent stated that they would use the Internet to search for homes, while 53 percent said they w...

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