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The process of buying a home for the first time is daunting under the best of circumstances. Today, new buyers in Chicago are faced with rising prices, low inventory and an overall competitive market. Agents who excel at serving this special group often do a lot of handholding, clarify many seemingly opaque processes, and tap a wide range of ancillary professionals to make deals happen. And if they do it right, they can secure clients for a lifetime. Read more from the issue here.
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