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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Gilbert
Whether a home is in the suburbs or in the middle of a bustling urban district, the Realtor's mantra, "location, location, location," often translates to mean "convenience."
An Ohio woman who just turned 100 years old has taken customer loyalty to the extreme: She's still using a bank savings account that's been around almost as long as she has, since the year before World War I.
"When you consider today's economics in terms of working hours, travel time, chauffeuring the kids around for their activities and various household errands, proximity takes on a much greater significance than in the past," Ms. Gilbert said.
Ms. Gilbert said some of her quickest sales have been in pedestrian-friendly communities and developers are catching on quickly.