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Phiromya Intawongpan | Istock | Getty ImagesAnyone who’s exploring homeownership may know that rising interest rates and elevated home prices are making that goal challenging.The average rate on a typical 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage has been zigzagging between 6% and 7% for the last several months — down from above 7% in early November but roughly…

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