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By Nohouseforme / Friday 7 October 2016 05:38 / United States - Tempe
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By  Trent2531  |  4

You would be better off renting until you can afford a house you want. You will be miserable in a house you have to settle for and if the house is at you max budget then you will be stuck for several years unless you take a loss on the house.

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By  Trent2531  |  4

You would be better off renting until you can afford a house you want. You will be miserable in a house you have to settle for and if the house is at you max budget then you will be stuck for several years unless you take a loss on the house.

By  MisstressNicole  |  20

I recently had the same experience when looking for a folding crib for my infant while we're transitiong to a new state. I found a ridiculously price one that excited me as we're living on savings just to find that it was a doll's crib. So, I definitely understand.

By  tmj25789  |  15

How much was this child's play house? Look into renting for awhile. It also looks good to have renters under you when you get a loan because it'll show you make your payments every month.

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