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Byline: Tom Bayles
HomeGain's First Quarter 2010 Home Prices Survey provides some interesting nuggets from more than 1,400 real estate professionals throughout the nation.
The results of the survey, conducted over a week's time in early March, also shows a continuing disconnect between what home buyers and sellers think homes are worth.
Nationally, 63 percent of potential home buyers think that homes for sale are overpriced. Seventy-seven percent of home sellers believe their homes are worth more than the selling price recommended by their sales agent.
In Florida, 78 percent of home sellers believed the listing price recommended by their Realtor …