Look Who’s Back!
The Lawhead Team would like to share the latest “One Cool Thing” about who is coming back as the new home buyer in town.
Historically, single women buy more homes than single men, but that declined after the housing crisis.
- 21% of buyers were single females in 2009
- 15% of buyers were single females
They may be poised for a comeback.
- The majority of perspective one buyer survey respondents have been women since 2012.
- Census Data show rising incomes for single women.
Top CA markets where the share of women wearing more than $100,000 increased the most from 2012 to 2014.
- San Francisco
- Los Angeles
Sources: Redfin, U.S. Census Bureau