Most home buyers first learned about the homes they purchased through a real estate agent or the Internet, according to a survey conducted for Prudential CA/NV/TX Realty, while 5 percent of respondents said they discovered the properties in a newspaper. About 18 percent of respondents said they found the home they purchased by viewing a yard sign or driving by the home, and 9 percent said they learned about the home through a friend. About 36 percent of buyers who bought a home in the last three years said they first learned about the properties from their agent, while 31 percent of buyers said they learned about the properties through the Internet, according to the telephone survey. The survey is based on responses from 300 adults living in private households in Northern California who p...
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