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In 2011, according to The Times of India, the realty rate for residential construction in the upscale, seafront Girgaum neighborhood, where the tower was planned, was about $800 per square foot.
In August 2014, a secret buyer contacted the realty arm of Martis Camp, a luxury real estate community in North Lake Tahoe in California, with an unorthodox deal: a purchase of land for 2,739 Bitcoins.
For those looking for an existing home, Vintage Oaks also offers an on-site realty team, specializing in current and upcoming new homes on the market.
RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked (VH1) The realty show’s after show gives an uncensored look at how the show gets made.
In realty, the human story stretches back millions of years, leaving us the last species standing—literally.
After learning about the lessons, Valerie Torelli, who owns a realty company down the street from Adams, stepped in to fund that school's program for the 2018-19 school year.
The center would be located in a business park of single-story structures set back off the street that currently houses a chiropractic office, an insurance company, a realty office and several other businesses.
Let’s hope it’s a one off and a realty check after the good run.
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First Known Use: 1670See Words from the same year
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