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February 22, 2008


Ken in Denver

Thanks, Monica! Between this and the Valentine's Day themes, Foxton Realtors is sheer inspiration.


this fits perfect on njrereports Weekend Open Discussion


man they all start to look the same after a while. the B&W shag pad with round bed was pretty hip, and the modern wood and metal was okay....they saved the bast for last.


taking the grating off that woofer on the second cab from the bottom looked like a bad idea...ouch!

Dale Hazelton

I'm noticing how people hang their pictures, too high, not grouped tightly whatever. Oh, and the last supper paint by number paired with the brown refrigerator in the dining area (or is it a living area?) is sweet.


The brown with blue squares bedroom looks like something from an episode of Trading Spaces. We have a THEME people, let's beat it to death.


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Bill Miller

I was always a great fan of previewing new listings. Early in my career our local board sponsored a weekly tour of new listings. Part of the tour was a contest to guess the most probable sale price of each listing. The Realtor estimating the closest to the average estimate overall won a prize at the next board meeting. I very often won the prize by multiplying a variable per square footage value times the reported square footage of the house. It was not an exact science but it made me look brilliant. This got me so jazzed by the whole idea of previewing that I used it very successfully throughout my career and I eventually started a web site based on it called www.Preview-All.com.

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