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With two children under 5, a couple of first-time buyers wanted a three-bedroom house with a yard to play in and an easy commute to their new jobs. Here’s what they found.

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This New York Times article presents the story of a young family's search for a home in Madison, Wisconsin after moving from Chicago. Kim and Evan Tinklenberg, with their two children and a dog, initially intended to rent, but high rents made them consider homeownership. They were looking for a three-bedroom house with a yard and an easy commute to their jobs, with a budget of up to $350,000. Three properties were highlighted: 1. A four-bedroom split-level house from 1960, requiring some interior work, listed for $350,000. 2. A quaint three-bedroom house from 1923 in a bustling neighborhood, in need of updates, listed for $339,000. 3. A three-bedroom house from 1978 on a corner lot in a leafy neighborhood, with many updated features, listed for $345,000. The article does not reveal which house the family chose, instead inviting readers to guess.

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Feb. 8, 2024, 11:28 a.m.

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Feb. 8, 2024, 11:33 a.m.

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