• Buying a house is the biggest purchase most people will ever make. Personally, i would never commit this much money into a house without a marriage certificate. There is just too much at stake, for a non-married couple to make this decision.
  • Yes, it does make a difference. First of all, a single person may not qualify for the home, but a dual income married person might as long as both people have good credit, which is another issue. Married couple buying a home where one has lousey credit may have to get the loan in the name of only one of the spouses. Single people buying the home together will need the assistance of an attorney to draw up a 'what if' legal document.
  • Yes but it could be for the better or for the worse depending on the factors involved and also there are many other factors that are involved.
  • Does it make a difference if my what is married? Does it make a difference if my parents are married? Does it make a difference if any of my sisters are married? What do you mean?

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