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Recent Real Estate Sales

by Bobby Blair
February 9, 2018

                     YTD 2016                YTD 2017

Sin Fam               210                       194

Mediqan            $412,500                 $430,000

195 Dalton Rd --------------------------------------- $650,000

B: Benjamin Motteram & Helen Motteram

S: Robert Warburton & Kathleen Warburton

 

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