Real estate company Coldwell Banker surveyed more than 1,000 people about home-buying decisions, and discovered men and women handle it differently.
According to the survey, 70 percent of women had made up their mind about whether a home was “right” for them the day they walked into the house, while only 62 percent of men had. And men were more likely to need two or more visits to make the call on a place. I like to think this is because women know what they want and go after it. However, it could also signal that we are way more into looks and don’t consider something’s potential. This sounds an awful lot like how we judge our dates; if they don’t give a good first impression, they usually don’t get a second date. [Coldwell Banker Real Estate]