Couples Buying A Home Fight About These Things Most

Dated: 09/28/2017

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If you're planning to buy the home of your dreams with the partner of your dreams, make sure you've been together for at least five years.

That's the best way to keep arguments at bay, according to a new survey from LendingHome. Among millennial and Gen X couples buying their first home, twosomes who have been together for five years or longer disagreed only 14% of the time during the homebuying process. That number more than doubles for partners together for four years, who the survey found argued 30% of the time.

Overall, though, 60% of homebuying couples said they disagreed occasionally, frequently or a lot during the housing search.

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Jacquelyn Gore

Being a REALTOR® is my passion. I truly love helping people buy and sell real estate. It is so rewarding to see the joy I bring to my clients when they buy their dream home or sell an amazingly reno....

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