Almost twice as many single women are purchasing homes than single men, and almost one in five homes purchased today are purchased by single women.
So why are single women making up such a large part of the housing market, and what are the special considerations single women should make when purchasing a home?
Things To Consider
If you are a single woman looking to enter the housing market, or know someone who is, then what should be considered before making the leap into home ownership?
The considerations are much the same as those of ANY homeowner!
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The demographics of single women
buying homes are quite diverse.
young professional women
middle age professional women
need more space adult children under the roof
need more space aging parents under the roof
need less space down sizers
seeking pre-retirement lifestyle
There are really no TYPICAL single women making home purchases, each has a unique situation,
and their needs are just as diverse.
Based on my experience,
there do appear to be a few trends in this market,
and here is a list of what I see:
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