Luxury Valley Homes Arizona Real Estate Blog: Jane & Jeff Daley, PhD, Scottsdale Real Estate Arizona (Luxury Valley Homes For Buyers & Sellers Phoenix AZ Area)

What Would You Sacrifice to Save For Your Next Home?

The top item that buyers sacrifice is new clothes, at 54%. 95% of first-time homebuyers are willing to sacrifice to make homeownership a reality.

Even repeat or experienced buyers say they sacrificed taking a vacation or buying a new car to buy their last home.

 

What would you sacrifice

 

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