That’s one theory on why single Minnesota women were more than twice as likely to buy a home as single men. Kermit Johnson has the stats. I have theories.
- 56% of home buyers were married.
- 24% were single females
- 11% were single males
- 9% were unmarried couples
Does this mean that women can’t stand living with each other, so are driven into home ownership out of hate?
Are the unmarried couples all manly couples?
Are women’s disgust with their boyfriend’s apartments driving first time home sales?
Is this a nesting thing?