Single women buying more homes

The Fair Housing Act of 1968 changed the landscape of home ownership by allowing more women to be approved for mortgage loans without a husband. By the mid-1900s, the National Association of Realtors states that more single women were purchasing homes than single men. During 2012, the rate of single female homeowners rose by 18 percent. One of the top considerations of a single woman buying a home is the safety of the neighborhood.

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