Falling real estate values and the ongoing credit crunch have many home owners and potential buyers considering doing their own home improvement projects. One man’s story of how buying a dilapidated house and making it a home helped him build a family.

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  • David Giffels Columnist for the "Akron Beacon Journal," contributing commentator and essayist on NPR, and former writer for MTV's "Beavis and Butt-Head."

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