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Are men or women getting the better deal on a mortgage?

Research reveals that while women are statistically better than men at keeping up with their mortgage payments, they're also more likely to pay more for a loan. According to the Urban Institute, while women borrow less money from lenders than men, 4.9% of female homebuyers end up with a higher-priced mortgage loan compared to 4.6% of male homebuyers. Check out our mortgage calculator.
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