Top Homebuyer Tradeoffs

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Your home affects every aspect of your life, from your financial stability to things you do in your free time. It's also probably the most expensive purchase you'll ever make. Yet it seems like you always have to sacrifice something when buying a home. Here are the tradeoffs that homebuyers commonly face.
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