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Topic - Ramona A. Greene
Your checkbook is welcome and a smile would be nice, but please leave the attitude at home when attending an open house - it easily could be misconstrued as impolite or discourteous.
"A home is a private space, a personal palace that expresses the innermost feelings of the owner," said Ramona A. Greene, with Long & Foster in the District.
"You are a guest in this private world, a stranger in the home of someone you don't know," she said.