Reacts to Legit Market Leader Survey: Home Values to Increase in 2013

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Market Leader shares that four out of five real estate professionals think home values will go up this year. is reportedly very happy following the news.

The rebound from this year compared to last year should be outstanding and this is good news for the American economy.

According to Market Leader, an online marketing solution for real estate professionals, 84% of surveyed agents believe that home values and the number of transactions will increase in 2013 (Market Watch). Also Market Leader has released the top 10 market projections for this year:

1. Austin

2. Ft. Myers-Naples

3. Kansas City

4. Salt Lake City

5. Houston

6. Portland

7. Dallas-Ft. Worth

8. Nashville


10. San Antonio

With this news, rejoices as they see their numbers increase as well. Property record searches have gone up in the past month and the website can contribute this to the rising real estate market.

One agent commented, "Real estate trends in major cities are increasing, and this study by Market Leader double checks this reality. The rebound from this year compared to last year should be outstanding and this is good news for the American economy." offers complete property reports on any real estate listing a consumer is interested in purchasing. Current homeowners can also view their house on the website to check for past permits and upgrades, flood damage, and more.

The company will continue to be hopeful as positive surveys for the future of the real estate market are released. They also welcome home buyers and homeowners alike to visit their website and view the new Sample Reports listed right on the front page. Every real report contains detailed information on the property searched, as well as a large range of useful information compiled by property record experts specifically for that listing.

About allows consumers to look up the value of any home on or off the market. View property records like foreclosures, flood damage, previous owners, value and more. Get more information about a current residence or a home someone is looking to buy with this large property database.

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