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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Northern Virginia Association Of Realtors And A Realtor
There is a popular cartoon that has been making the rounds of real estate appraisers' offices for the past decade or so, featuring views of a home from the perspective of different pairs of eyes. The homeowner sees the home one way, the buyer, another, the real estate agent, yet another, and the appraiser, another way yet.
Getting ready for the change in seasons? That hint of springtime freshness in the air can have even the most jaded homeowner ready to pull down those heavy winter curtains, brighten up the paint and maybe even change those old butcher-block countertops for brand-new granite.