Women “less familiar” with mortgage options than men

Women on average tend to be less aware than men of the various mortgage options they have when it comes to applying for a home loan. As a result, they often end up paying thousands of dollars more, according to a new LendingTree study that tracked data from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The study

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Women, millennials’ home ownership dreams held back by student debt

A rising number of consumers say that student loan debt is delaying their ability to buy a home, with women and millennials among the most affected, according to the sixth annual NeighborWorks America at Home report. The survey, which quizzed around 1,000 U.S. adults, found that rising costs have pushed the overall student loan debt

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17% of all homes sold last year were bought by single women

New statistics show that single women are buying up homes almost twice as fast as their single male counterparts, and made up 17 percent of all home buyers in 2016.

Women more reliable than men at paying off the mortgage

Women are more likely to keep up to date with their mortgage repayments than men, according to a new Urban Institute study.

RealtyTrac: Single men’s homes appreciate in value more than those of single women

Single girls are losing out to single guys when it comes to housing, according to a new study by RealtyTrac, which found that single men’s homes have appreciated in value more than those of single women.

“Housing confidence gap” shows women are a tougher sell than men

Female buyers often need greater reassurance than men when it comes to completing real estate transactions, a new study has found.

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