ValueInsured recently released a survey which shows the differences between genders when it comes to confidence in being able to afford a new home. staffer Bob Sullivan takes a look at the highlights of this survey which include men being confident than women in the health of the housing market (68% to 47% respectively) and 92% of men with a home believing they could afford a down payment on a new one compared to 69% of women.

Understanding these gender differences, can be very beneficial to both sellers and lenders duirng the home buying season according to ValueInsured CEO Joe Melendez:

“The numbers highlight the need to ensure that all buyers, and especially women, know about the new ways they can protect their hard-earned investments when buying a home.”

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