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Women home-pickers

By Special to The Christian Science Monitor / January 31, 1980

A survey of independent real estate brokers indicates that women are more influential than men in making final home-purchasing decisions. The nationwide poll taken from RELO/Inter-City Relocation Service showed that 32 percent of all final OKs by relocating couples were made by views, with 12 percent of approvals decided by husbands.

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