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What you should and shouldn’t compromise on when buying a home

By George Hadgelias

Compromise is an essential part of the home-buying process, as difficult has it can be. In expensive capital cities, and without bottomless pockets, finding a home that comes under budget whilst ticking every box can seem near impossible – BUT it doesn’t have to mean settling for a house you don’t want. Read on for information on the perfect balance.

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