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Mar 13, 2019 Kate Berry says owning a house in Whitefish felt like a pipedream five years ago. "We had searched for almost a year I guess, and everything that was in our price point was still out of our price point." Berry pieced together a livable wage working full time for a nonprofit and waitressing at night. Her partner tended bar and rapped for a popular local band. But even together they couldn’t quite pull in enough for a down payment. Rentals kept falling through, and for a while, she says she wasn’t sure how her family could live and work in the town she grew up in.

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