Survey: Homeowners’ Biggest Regret? Didn’t Buy Bigger

by 18 Apr 2013

(WSJ) With the worst of the housing bust still fresh in homeowners’ minds, it’s a small wonder what some owners are saying they most regret: not buying bigger. It’s just one finding from a new survey by real-estate website Trulia TRLA -1.25%. The survey, which is scheduled to be released in full on Wednesday, also highlights the changing tide for home sellers, who now have the upper hand in markets amid rising prices and low inventory. Jed Kolko, chief economist at Trulia, sat down with the WSJ’s “Lunch Break” to discuss some of the findings.

Watch the video above for an early look at the results.


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