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Navigating Anxiety When Looking to Buy a Home

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By WSFS Contributor | Published: June 2020

WSFS Bank surveyed 1,007 Delaware and Greater Philadelphia area residents in February and May 2020, finding that while people are confident they are prepared to buy a home and get a mortgage, they also have anxiety about the process. View the infographic below to learn more about the study's key findings.


Delaware and Greater Philadelphia region homeowners and homebuyers age 18-55 are confi dent about buying a home but are anxious about the homebuying process.

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