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The Great Hunt: Have you bought a repossession property?
Have you bought a repossession property?
If you're buying a home, you can find some bargains if you buy a place that's been repossessed - if you've done it, we want to tap your knowledge for tips. Any suggestions for new buyers? What tactics did you use? And if things aren't working out, when is it time to walk away?
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