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Down Payment Strategy 111: Turn 40

Making amends for a recent, depressing story about first-time apartment buyers who have no choice but to rely on mom and dad, the Post Saturday real estate section shows that you don't need parents to buy a place. The downside: it helps to be at least 40 years old. (Related: hey, we wrote a book all about age 40 that comes out tomorrow! Whee!!)
· Meet Buyers Who Didn't Call Mom or Dad [NYPost]
· Down Payment Strategy 101: Ask Mom And Dad [Curbed]