Own It!: The Ups and Downs of Homebuying for Women Who Go It Alone
Do you dream of owning a home but don't think you can buy one alone?
These days more and more single women are buying homes on their own, whether they're are purchasing a home because it's a good investment, buying a condo on the beach for the view (and the tax write-off), or finally realizing their dream as a DIY remodeler, they're making it happen.
Now with Own It!, you can too.
In Own It!, homeowner and author Jennifer Musselman covers the how-to's and hiccups of home buying for women braving the process alone. From figuring out your financials to deciding whether or not to buy and making the offer, from the inevitability of buyer's remorse to refinancing, this book provides guidance, a friendly voice of reason, and trustworthy advice.
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