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Bucky Beeman 23 Feb 15
Vibrant downtowns must have a a component! I wouldn't disagree
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Kathleen Edwards 10h
Replying to @HenryPryor
The word Leasehold should ring alarm bells in anyone’s head. I’m also a fist time buyer, and the best advise that was repeated time, and time again to me was...make sure your property is a freehold.
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TopPropMart Jan 7
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Power 20 Jun 16
through | Business Standard
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McDowell Odom LLP 13 Mar 14
"But I don't have an "estate". My home isn't worth that much."
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Fr Nicholas Gregoris Aug 29
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Patience Miller Real Estate 20 Sep 18
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Crate Hire Company Mar 21
have produced a great guide to buying a great guide to buying a jointly owned property:
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David Lopez 12 Nov 16
It's time to step up in our communities and take control of our own !
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Richard Scott 30 Jan 14
In Manchester today attending a real estate finance course. Thinking of buying your trading premises? me
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Monarch&Co. 21 Jul 14
We endeavour to make the international property ownership process as smooth as possible.
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Brit Johnson 29 Aug 17
Think about it. The game is will provide you and your future…
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Carol Pefley 3 Nov 15
Invest wisely, work with Realty World Dominion on your real estate portfolio.
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Alain Tanner 10 Apr 18
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paul donaghy 28 Jun 17
1. Limit to 2, 1 as dwelling, 1 as rental/holiday home.
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Lebo Ratema Magae Dec 15
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Claire Massey 2 Dec 15
Got the house 😊 now the hard work starts!
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gothrealestate 14 Apr 14
Is truly affordable? With its prices ranging from N4.3m (1bed in Epe) to N32.5m (3bed in Gbagada).
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Fred Oneonine 2 Sep 16
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WM Real Estate 27 Jun 18
The spring/summer edition of Walker Morris' Real Estate Matters is now available
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