A survey from the National Association of Realtors found that men and women appear to have different real-estate preferences. Perhaps unexpectedly, single men were more likely than single women to rate features such as a walk-in closet, new kitchen appliances, and high ceilings as “very important.”
But some real estate agents say that more traditional gender roles are still at play today. “Women are mostly interested in kitchens and the flow of the floor plan for entertaining. Men are mostly interested in garages, attics and crawl spaces,” says Nancy Malone, a broker of Berkshire Hathaway Woodmont Realty. Read the article here.