Young families and adults under the age of 45 are optimistic about buying a home and are likely to lead a sales recovery, according to two recent surveys. More than 85 percent of 10,000 buyers and potential buyers surveyed by the National Association of Home Builders and Builder magazine said now was a good time to buy a home and only 13 percent thought prices would continue to fall. A survey from Wells Fargo found that Americans between the ages of 20 and 31 have an overwhelmingly positive view of homeownership. A majority of respondents said they would still want to buy a home even though it could lose value and are generally excited about owning a house. More here.