Seven ways single female buyers differ from other homebuyers

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REALTOR Magazine | Jennifer Rzeszewski

Each year, when the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) research team releases its annual Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers report, brokers have an exceptional opportunity to gain valuable market insights. What stories can the data tell us, and how can the research help agents be more effective in serving homebuyers?

Single female homebuyers have represented the second-largest group of buyers by adult household composition since this report was first released in 1981. In 2020, single females were 18 percent of all buyers, compared to married couples (62 percent), single males (9 percent), unmarried couples (9 percent) and “other” (2 percent).

Read the story online here: How Do Single Female Buyers Differ From Other Homebuyers?