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Real estate Agents have to paint a rosy picture no matter what. They do not live in a real world. However sooner or later reality sinks in with over supply... more
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The next step should be to increase utility prices. Too much electricity is wasted in air conditioning and lighting. If prices are doubled, then people... more
I would love to give my employees off at least on Sunday, but unfortunately, we are restricted by market conditions... I have customers that will be open... more
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