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First-time homebuyers are struggling to find affordable housing. Unlike recent years when inventory was high and finding a great home was easier, now buyers are faced with either postponing homeownership or making compromises. It may feel hard to compromise, but it’s important to remember that this is your first home, not your dream home.

If you are faced with making decisions about what to give up when buying a home, here are 3 compromises that make sense, and 6 things not to.

3 Compromises

1. Yard Size – Outdoor space is wonderful, but if price is an issue, find a home close to a park or other common area.

2. Turnkey Design – Paint, fading carpet and other cosmetic issues can be addressed over time.

3. Extra Living Space – Consider

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Emergency Plans for Your Family

Do you know what to do when a disaster strikes? Do your children? By creating and practicing an emergency safety plan, you can protect your family when natural disasters happen. Wildfires, tornadoes, hurricanes, and earthquakes each require special preparations, including emergency kits with food, water, first aid, medicines and blankets.

Fires. The National Fire Protection Association advises you to have at least two ways to escape the home in case of fire. Practice fire drills with your children at least twice a year so they can identify safer escape routes from anywhere in the home.

Tornadoes. Tornadoes are fast, unpredictable and destructive. The Red Cross recommends the safest shelter for the family as

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