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  • Realtor lets you try a house before you buy
  • Realtor lets you try a house before you buy
    Bernard Oh (2009) ©
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Realtor lets you try a house before you buy

Buying a new property is a big commitment and not something that most people can afford to dive straight into. Thanks to estate agent Realtor, customers in the US can find out if their next potential house feels like a place they'd be happy to call home before they make a purchase.

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