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Does a first time buyer stand a chance against investors in the current market in San Diego?

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Is it possible to buy a home with bad credit ?

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I am a first time buyer with a VA Loan option available to me. I would like to buy with no down payment.

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How can a home buyer sweeten their offer, without raising it's monetary value?


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