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According to NAR’s (National Association of Realtors2017 Profile of Home Buyers & Sellers, the share of recent homebuyers who were single at the time of purchase held steady at 24% last year.

The percentage of first-time buyers who were single females rose to 17% (up from 16%), as the share of single men dropped from 11% to 8%. So, it would be true to say, women are gaining power as homebuyers and men are losing their desire to be homeowners.

The primary stated reason for buying a home amongst single females was the simple yet very powerful desire to own, and not rent a home of their own. "There is a sense of permanence and consistency that drives many women to homeownership at a higher rate than men" says Realtor Association member Penny Arrington.




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