By REALTOR Magazine
Home buying is emotional and doing it with a significant other can be stressful. Couples may not always see eye-to-eye.
A new survey from LendingHome, a lender to real estate investors, found that couples are most likely to disagree on these four items when purchasing a home together:
- The price: 53%
- The location: 29%
- The size or style of the home: 18%
- The condition: 29% said their partner wanted a new home, while they wanted a fixer-upper
Men surveyed were more likely to say that they disagreed with their partner on the condition of the home. Sixty percent of the male respondents said they wanted a fixer-upper while their partner desired a new home.
For women, the top disagreement was over the price.