31 July 2017
What Single Moms Should KnowAccording to an article by the New York Times, women started purchasing more homes than men in the late 1900’s. Today, women purchase homes at twice the rate of men. In addition, in 40% of households with children, women are the primary breadwinners. Two thirds of those are single moms. As women take on more family responsibilities, they become the financial planners too, looking out for the long term needs of their families. More than ever, single moms opt to purchase a home to provide shelter and long term security for themselves and their kids.