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November 21, 2005


Real_estate_art_1 I don't understand why it's so hard to sell this Swedish apartment. (From ”Milk and Cookies”)

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If Dilbert built his own house, he'd start with a list of functional requirements that looked like this:

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Sprawl near San Ramon, California

A New Service Named HomePages Combines Real Estate Listings, Local Data, and Aerial Imagery. More about HomePages. (Thanks, Shawn Zehnder Lea)

Rising from Ruin - Real estate in Hancock County, LA, post-Katrina

Happy Thanksgiving, everybody

Art above by Polish artist Jacek Yerka, found at ”Neatorama”. Many More Unusual Real Estate Stories Here

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Okay, this one I just don't get.


Posted by: Rick Willis at Feb 8, 2006 11:16:09 PM