A Harris Poll reported that 77% of people buying a home with a spouse or a significant other had arguments during the process. Approximately 71% of sellers did the same. The most frequent argument for buyers was over the style and size of the home and over the features that the home had to have. Location was also a source of some conflict. For sellers the largest age group of arguers was millenials 85% while baby boomers argued only 54% of the time. The largest seller arguments were about whether or not to make repairs, keeping the house clean for showings, whether or not the house would sell and whether or not the public should be allowed to come through the home during open houses. This information was reported on March 11th by Florida Realtors.