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People seeking to buy their first home receive coaching from real estate professionals on the many challenges that process entails. Financial wake-up calls and various compromises ranging from location to home size can often intrude in the stress-filled search, and deal-breakers seem to lurk around every corner. But the reward? Keys to a first home, and a lifetime of memories.

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A bachelor's social life suffers while he lives with his parents.
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A couple ready to purchase their first home, bids on a short sale without seeing the inside.
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A couple have difficulties finding a home they like, they find one, and consider overlooking a problem it has.
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A man is asked to bid on a condo he has not seen.
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Picky first-time buyers are determined to get a deal on their purchase.
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A couple struggles to find a house that lives up to their rental home.
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Jen feels her realtor didn't get her a good enough price on the condo she was buying, so she fires her.
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A Denver couple that have a bid in on one house find another home they like while awaiting news from the bank.
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With a savvy realtor's help, a couple hope to land their perfect home.
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An Army veteran must choose between a large condo and a home in a location he really wants.
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A Colorado couple find it difficult to secure a home in Phoenix.
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First-time home buyers search for a house in Scottsdale, Ariz.
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A couple want to renovate their home that is surrounded by woods.
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A Chicago man bids on a condo without first seeing it.
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First-time home buyers face rejected bids and loan problems.
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A couple devise an unusual strategy for a down payment.
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A couple negotiates the price with a Phoenix seller, based on comparable prices in the neighborhood.
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A couple faces lending woes while looking for a new home.

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