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.
Here is a Yelp review from Raquel D, who purchased a home in Shakopee with Stieg's help... "One huge thing I really appreciate about Stieg is his honesty. We looked at one house that had a very weird floor plan and unthoughtful addition. After the tour, Stieg told me he didn't want to sell me that house since the odd layout would always detract from the value. He is also very responsive, and he has a great list of contacts for inspections, repairs etc. I am definitely very happy with everything Stieg did to help me!
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