Buying a home together is a major step for any couple. And while it’s an exciting step, it can also be a stressful one—particularly if there are things you and your partner just don’t agree on.

But what, exactly, might you disagree on as you search for your dream home?

recent survey from LendingHome asked American couples about what they disagreed on while looking for a home—and a few key disagreements emerged, including:

  • The price of the home (53 percent)
  • The home’s location (29 percent)
  • Purchasing a new home vs. purchasing a fixer-upper (29 percent)
  • The size and/or style of the home (18 percent)

The Takeaway:

So, what does this mean for you? If you’re thinking about buying a home with your partner, it’s important to understand some of the common disagreements couples have while searching for a home. That way, you both can get on the same page from the get-go—and make the process of finding a home as harmonious and stress-free as possible.

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