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How can the quality of a school system benefit even homeowners in a community who do not have school-age children?
The quality of a school system is an important factor affecting home prices in a community. By maintaining quality schools, all homeowners in an area benefit from stable and increasing property values.
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User: How can the quality of a school system benefit even homeowners in a community who do not have school-age children?

Weegy: The quality of a school system is an important factor affecting home prices in a community. By maintaining quality schools, all homeowners in an area benefit from stable and increasing property values.
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User: What factors affect a person's ability to qualify for a mortgage?





Weegy: Credit history, employment and amount of down payment can affect a person's ability to qualify for a mortgage.





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doi: 10.1287/mksc.14.3.G6
Marketing Science June 1995 vol. 14 no. 3 supplement G6-G19
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