RealtyTrac, released an analysis showing homes owned by single men on average are valued 10 percent more and have appreciated $10,112 (16 percent) more since purchase than homes owned by single women. The analysis covered more than 2.1 million single family homes nationwide owned by either single men (1,139,493) or single women (1,011,572) based on public record tax assessor data.

 

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The average estimated current market value of homes owned by single men was $255,226 — 10 percent higher than the average current market value of homes owned by single women: $229,094.

Homes owned by single men have gained an average of $63,921 since purchase, a 33 percent return on purchase price. That was $10,112 (16 percent) more than the average $53,809 gain since purchase for homes owned by single women, a 31 percent return on purchase price.

(http://www.realtytrac.com/news/home-prices-and-sales/realtytrac-housing-gender-gap-analysis/)

 

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