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Jumping Through Hoops for an L.A. House

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Jumping Through Hoops for an L.A. House

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Jumping Through Hoops for an L.A. House

Jumping Through Hoops for an L.A. House

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It's getting harder and harder to find an affordable house in Los Angeles: Just ask commentator Lori Gottlieb. When she put in an offer on a house, in addition to a hefty down payment, her realtor told her to write a letter to the seller, telling them why she was the best prospective buyer.

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