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Max The Magnificent   5/12/2014 10:04:47 AM
@comcast123: I really appreciate each and every articlesyou guys post here. It keeps us alert and updated about everything that is happening around us.

Why thank you Kris -- that's very kind of you to say so, although I do wonder how this sort of information helps you with your real estate investment business.

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