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Should You Go Big With Your First House or Stick to a Starter Home?


“I always try to get first-time buyers into manageable homes for them," says Sean Keene of the Keene Group in Oregon. "It is no fun being house poor.“ If you determine that your needs won't be met in a less-expensive home, or you'll grow out of it ...


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