Homeownership for Women

In the not-so-distant past, women faced significant barriers to homeownership. It wasn't until 1971 that they were allowed to buy homes by themselves, a clear example of the discrimination and inequality that existed in our society. However, times have changed, and today, more women own homes than single men.

Interestingly, women tend to purchase their own homes at a later age than men, but they are still outpacing men in terms of homeownership. The majority of homeowners, are married couples.

As we reflect on these trends, it's important to recognize the unique financial challenges and opportunities that women face when it comes to homeownership. In particular, I want to address middle-aged women who either own a home or aspire to do so. I want to help them strategize the best way to make their homes work for them, build a comfortable retirement, pay off their homes as early as possible, and achieve financial freedom for mortgage purposes, refinancing, and purchasing.

I aim to position myself as an authority in this domain and provide actionable guidance for women looking to take control of their financial future through homeownership and offer a platform for women to contact me and explore how I can assist them in achieving their homeownership and financial goals.

Ultimately, my goal is to empower women to make informed decisions about their homes and finances, and to break down the barriers that have historically held them back in this area. Together, we can create a future where women are not only equal homeowners but also financially savvy and secure individuals.

* Specific loan program availability and requirements may vary. Please get in touch with your mortgage advisor for more information.