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    Prior to the pandemic, the median combined loan-to-value ratio for U.S. mortgages was around 75%, meaning that the typical buyer put 25% down on a home. That figure fell to below 70% by the beginning of 2021, and remained there until rebounding back to 75% in the second quarter of 2022. A si…

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