Women property buyers are more instinctive when buying a home and are therefore 13% more likely to 'mentally move into a home' after a viewing.
This is according to a study carried out by easyProperty in conjunction with a number of behavioural and psychological experts.
The survey of 1,000 found that 28% of women admit to repeatedly viewing a property online after visiting it in person, 5% higher than the proportion of men admitting to doing this.
Men are apparently more likely to pull out of a deal because they dislike the seller, while almost a third of all respondents said they've judged the owner of a home they were viewing depending on its cleanliness.
Just under a fifth of respondents said they regard block viewings and open house events as stressful as job interviews.
Unfortunately, only 3% admitted to trying to 'butter up' an estate agent.