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The attraction to homeownership for women changed during COVID-19

New study shows women make 85% of home-buying decisions

Women homeownership

Across the nation, people are spending more time in their homes than ever before due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Homeownership allows individuals to design a space where they live, work and perhaps homeschool their children. Women no longer feel they have to wait until marriage to buy a home, compelled to create their own sanctuary, means of self-expression and financial wealth through homeownership.

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