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The Perfect Balance
“It’s just been an incredible conference. The women who have been here and all of you who I’ve met with have been the highlight of my year so far, really."
CEO and President, National Foundation for Credit
Counseling, NDILC Co-Chairwoman
The unique challenges women have faced in the past and continue to face today make owning a home a tangible sign of success for a woman. A woman’s home is a space to creatively express desires and dreams and to evoke certain feelings. From a practical standpoint, it’s an investment and source of security that remains a constant regardless of her marital status.
The NAWRB 2018 Women in the Housing Ecosystem Report (WHER) reveals some of the factors and trends that have contributed to an increase in women pursuing homeownership on their own. Single women and mothers are attracted to homeownership as a source of stability, a means of wealth-building, a safe place to raise their children and a sanctuary to call their own. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, single women have outpaced single men in homeownership for the last thirty years.
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On April 11th, 2018, potential homebuyers and real estate professionals gathered at the Roam Perimeter Center in Atlanta, Georgia to attend NAWRB Women’s Homeownership: Pathway to Economic Growth & Wealth event. Attendees received invaluable information about how to serve their female clients and the best approaches for a sustainable brokerage. Read more for highlights from the event.
Come join NAWRB’s free Women’s Economic Growth, Investments & Homeownership event on April 30th at the Lutron Training Center in Irvine, CA, from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM PST.
The phrase “on paper” is beautifully paradoxical, denoting the trustworthiness of information written on paper while simultaneously undermining its reliability by noting its myopia.