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While the housing market improves, the prices for homes and buildings are steadily increasing. This results in higher mortgages and higher rent payments; however, the rate of growth of these items outpace the growth of renters' paychecks. What do you suggest renters do to save up to purchase a home when their rent payment is getting closer to matching a mortgage payment?
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