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Your Vero Beach Newsweekly ™ Vero Beach 32963 / April 2, 2020 51

ON FAITH

Finding meaning and strength in ‘living’ parables

BY REV. DRS. CASEY AND BOB BAGGOTT parable describes, what would we do? ables offer us can help us to clarify around us every day. Are we watching
Columnists And what would that reveal about us, our values and strengthen our moral and learning?
morally and religiously? resolve. And while biblical parables
How do we best learn to answer are marvelous vehicles for that sort of Perhaps the living parables are, in
life’s deep and significant questions? A few years ago, Rev. Thomas Long reflection, there are also living para- fact, God’s way of making sure we
Myths, legends, fables, folk tales, told a story he called a parable. He bles, like’s Ruth’s story, unfolding all don’t get lost in the world, and we can
fairy tales and parables all serve to said there was a neighborhood gro- always, upon reflection, find him. 
instruct, challenge and inspire. For cery store in an affluent part of town
example, myths are generally fo- which was visited regularly by a
cused upon explaining foundational homeless woman he called “Ruth.”
cosmic events. Legends are about in- Ruth arrived every day without fail
dividuals whose deeds are extraordi- to walk the grocery store aisles and
nary. Fables are stories whose prima- tuck fruit into her pockets, or stuff
ry characters are typically animals bread and cheese under her torn and
that talk and act as humans might, stained coat, or grab a can or two of
and whose exploits teach a lesson. meat to hide up her sleeves before
Folk tales and fairy tales are beloved walking out. Because Ruth was such a
by children for the magical charac- consistent visitor to the store, she did
ters such as elves, goblins and giants not fail to achieve the notice of the
they employ. store manager and all the employees.
Everyone knew her name. Everyone
Parables, especially the biblical knew what she did and why.
parables, share some characteristics
with these ancient teaching meth- One day the store manager made
ods. They, too, utilize stories to teach a phone call to a nearby pastor with
a moral or religious lesson. But para- an important message. The store
bles are unique in that their charac- was moving to a larger building a
ters are usually quite ordinary human few blocks away, he told the pastor.
beings doing rather ordinary things. He didn’t want to embarrass Ruth by
And so parables are particularly well- telling her himself. He wondered if
suited to challenging us ordinary the pastor would be good enough to
folk. Placed in the circumstances the find Ruth and subtly mention to her
where the new store would be locat-
ed, so that she wouldn’t get lost. The
manager concluded, “I want to be
sure she can find us.”

Yes, this is a parable. It describes
ordinary people in ordinary circum-
stances, and it invites us to put our-
selves in their shoes and struggle
with the issues they face. If we were
the store manager in this parable,
would we be glad to move the store
and leave Ruth, the irritating pilferer,
behind? Or would we, like this man,
want to be sure she could find us, so
that she might retain some pride and
we might offer some much needed
help?

Struggling with the scenarios par-

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CALENDAR

In light of rapidly changing COVID-19 cancel- dlers to 12-year-olds, free photos with the Eas- the company’s season finale, BVB is offering an 24 Four-hand Piano Concert, 4 p.m. at
ations, please check with organizations directly ter Bunny and children’s activities, followed at 6 inside view filming of the program that might First Presbyterian Church, with Russian
for updates. p.m. by Golf Cart, Bonnets and Bowties Easter have been. Purchase a ‘ticket’ – a ‘pay what you pianist Sergey Belyavsky and Jacob Craig, direc-
Parade along Ocean Drive. like’ scenario - based on ‘seats’ and a link to the tor of Music and Arts at First Presbyterian. Free;
ONGOING film will be emailed to you 7:30 p.m. 4/18. Tick- $10 donation appreciated. 772-562-9088
11 Movie Mania, 7 p.m. at and to benefit ets, $10 to $75, are available at balletverobeach.
Learning Alliance & SDIRC Moonshot Mem- Stouthouse artists’ residence, featur- org or call 772-905-2651. 24|25 The Golden Age of Orchids
ory Lane: a .75-mile loop from Main Library, ing artsy films, pizza, gelato and silent-auction. Show and Sale, 10 a.m. to 5
where from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. thru April $50. 772-589-8826 19 Space Coast Symphony Orchestra p.m. Sat.; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sun. at Riverside Park.
12, families can read pages from ‘Thank You, presents Dvorak, Bolling & Fuchs, with
Omu’ at locations downtown. View map at 17 Maj Jong Card Spring Fling, 10:30 a.m. pianist Jeffrey Biegel Symphony, 3 p.m. at Com- 25 20th annual Charity Shoot, 10 a.m. at
MoonshotMoment.org. 772-532-1968 at Bent Pine Golf Club to benefit Amer- munity Church of Vero Beach. 855-252-7276 Windsor Gun Club to benefit Education
ican Association of University Women. $50 in- Foundation of IRC. $125 includes lunch and equip-
APRIL cludes play and lunch. 24 Fashion Forward for the Jimmy Graves ment; $35 viewing and lunch only. 772-564-0034
Foundation, a student-produced fash-
9 Vero Beach Easter Egg Hunt, 4:30 p.m. at 18-25 Ballet Vero Beach presents ion and music event to provide athletic grants MAY
Humiston Park for three age groups, tod- Clarity of Vision: The Film, for local students, 5 p.m. fashion show, 8 p.m.
featuring Adam Schnell’s Ballade and the world live music at Quail Valley River Club. $20 & $50. 1 23rd annual Golf Classic, 8:30 a.m. shotgun
premiere of Rust by Ariel Grossman. In lieu of 772-766-4544 start at Grand Harbor Golf Club hosted by
IRC Chamber of Commerce, followed by lunch.
Solutions from Games Pages ACROSS DOWN 772-567-3491
in March 26, 2020 Edition 1 MIGHT 1 MOPPEDUP
5 RAINS 2 GALLOP 1 Rhythm on the River Concert series at River-
8 SLATE 3 TSUNAMIS view Park presented by Sebastian Chamber
9 PILAU 4 EARWIG of Commerce, 5:30 to 8 p.m., with King Tide. Free.
10 NEWSSTAND 5 REPS
11 EGO 6 IGUANA 2 Pelican Cup Golf Tournament, 8 a.m. shotgun
12 POMEGRANATE 7 SLED start at Sandridge Golf Club to benefit Sebastian
15 PAINSTAKING 13 AMICABLE River Area Chamber of Commerce. 772-589-5969
19 OUR 14 ESURIENT
20 VICEVERSA 16 INCASE
22 BUGLE 17 ADROIT
23 SWIRL 18 GOOGLY
24 THERE 20 VOLT
25 EGYPT 21 VASE

Sudoku Page 46 Sudoku Page 47 Crossword Page 46 Crossword Page 47 (SHALL WE DANCE?) 6-17 Vero Beach Theatre Guild pres-
ents Ron Hutchinson’s historical-
ly based farce, Moonlight & Magnolias, directed
by Patti Hall. 772-562-8300

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OUTSTANDING ARCHITECTURE EVIDENT
IN JOHN’S ISLAND POOL HOME

150 North Shore Drive in John’s Island: 3-bedroom, 5.5-bath, 6,626-square-foot
riverfront home offered for $4,400,000 by Jeannette Mahaney, 772-538-7255,

and Susie Perticone, 203-832-4655, of John’s Island Real Estate Company

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Outstanding architecture evident in John’s Island pool home

BY SAMANTHA ROHLFING BAITA
Staff Writer

From its beautiful Palm Beach
rooflines and dramatic entrance
courtyard, to its soaring coffered
ceilings, expansive interior and com-
manding river view, the Georgian Re-
vival home at 150 North Shore Drive
in John’s Island is built to impress.
And impress it does.

The owners, one of whom is an ar-
chitect, worked closely with the firm
of record, Smith and Moore of Palm
Beach, to create “a real family house
for our children and grandchildren, a
house that is easy to live in,” as well
as elegant.

Located on a lovely cul-de-sac be-
side a tranquil cove on the Indian River
Lagoon, the stately house sits subtly el-
evated and a bit back from the street at
the apex of the half-circular driveway.
It is not a stretch to call the home pala-
tial, but as impressive as it is, it does not
intimidate. With a soft sandy peach ex-
terior and light blue shutters, it exudes
a sense of welcome and grace.

Step through the 12-foot, hand- an eye-catching marble and porcelain
forged aluminum and glass front en- console sink with crystal and brass
trance doors into the spacious foyer. legs. Also in this section of the house
From here, look across the living/din- are the laundry/utility room and the
ing room and the lovely loggia to the door that leads to the 2-bay garage.
green lawn and infinity lap pool, a
narrow course of sparkling blue water Whether your idea of cooking is a
stretching toward the quiet cove that PB&J on toast or Boeuf Bourguignon,
leads to the river. you’ll fall in love with the gorgeous
gourmet kitchen: It’s every bit as styl-
The living room/dining room space ish as the rest of this elegant home,
is splendid, with a 14-foot, open- with a sophisticated palette of whites
beam, coffered ceiling, marble floor- and creams enhanced by a coffered,
ing and the wide molding you’ll find cypress beam ceiling with recessed
throughout the home. An imposing illumination, glaze striated cream
limestone fireplace anchors the east finished cabinetry and a wood plank
wall, and three French doors open to floor the color of a sandy beach.
the lanai.
A pair of white French doors flank
The west wing houses the fam- the side-by-side-by-side SubZero
ily room, kitchen and one guest bed- fridge, freezer and glass front 126-bot-
room, as well as a powder room with tle wine cooler unit – an eye-catching
example of the home’s fine millwork.
Other brushed stainless-steel ap-
pliances include a 48-inch Wolf gas
range with two ovens and a built-in
microwave. The sink sits beneath a
trio of windows, affording a lovely
landscape view that will brighten all
mundane sink-related chores.

The island, another furniture-style
unit, is gracefully curved on one side
to accommodate a lunch bar. It fea-
tures a beautiful stone top, white with
gray striations, storage, and a second
sink, and is illuminated by a pair of
handsome half-globe glass and silver
tone pendants.

The kitchen flows into the sunny
family room, which is bathed in natu-

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ral light through two transom-topped its beautiful 12-foot ceiling; glow-
French doors to the back lawn and ing wood plank floor; and transom-
another to the lovely loggia. A charm- topped French doors, two to the back
ing breakfast nook extends west from lawn, the third onto the loggia. The
the family room, bright and airy with view takes in sky, water and man-
windows to the north and west. Af- groves.
ter dark or on a gloomy day, a crys-
tal candlelight chandelier provides a A second hallway leads to two walk-
warm, cozy vibe. in closets: one large, the other larger.
Across the hall are the luxurious,
The west wing ensuite guest bed- marble bathrooms – hers with glazed
room features wood plank flooring, a wood cabinetry, linen closet, w/c in-
tall, west-facing double window with cluding bidet, and a door to the back
a pleasant view of the side yard, and lawn. Beneath a window affording a
greenery high enough to afford pri- private view is her totally lux soak-
vacy. ing tub, with beautiful millwork and
marble surround flanked by tall col-
The east wing is home to the gor- umns, a sanctum in which to indulge
geous master suite, a private haven yourself with wine, candles, music or
in which to relax and recharge. Dou- a mystery novel.
ble doors open into a hallway that
leads into the master bedroom, with A second door opens to his bath-

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room, with handsome cherry-glazed
cabinets and green marble counter-
tops, as well as the only feature the
two bathrooms share: a spacious
marble shower with his and hers en-
trances.

This magnificent suite includes a
stunning library/office, stately with
French door pilaster entry; 12-foot
ceiling and gleaming wood floor; and
another pair of French doors on the
east wall. A full-wall custom built-in
unit includes floor-to-ceiling book-
cases flanking a display wall perfect
for favorite paintings or photographs.
The library also contains a built-in
computer closet.

From the library, a small anteroom
accesses a storage closet, linen closet,
and walk-in closet, as well as a bath-
room with shower. Across the hall are
a full bath with tub and shower; and
the third bedroom, with south and
east exposures.

The spacious covered loggia is in-
viting with its 14-foot cypress ceiling,
stately columns and Herpel stone
flooring. With the coveted waterside
location, open interior design, beau-
tiful lawn and loggia, all flowing ef-
fortlessly together via many French
doors, you can entertain all year
round: intimate get-togethers, fam-

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ily gatherings, elegant soirees, large
parties.

John’s Island – a lavishly amenitized
ocean-to-river country club commu-
nity – is just a short drive north of Vero
Beach’s charming seaside village with
its shops, boutiques, pubs, fine restau-
rants and resorts, as well as Riverside
Park, home to Riverside Theatre (Eq-
uity) and Vero Beach Museum of Art.
The barrier island environment offers
fishing and boating. 

VITAL STATISTICS
150 NORTH SHORE DRIVE

Neighborhood:
John’s Island Club
Construction: CBS/stucco
Lot size: .66 acres
Home size: 6,626 square feet

Bedroom: 3
Bathrooms: 5.5
View: Natural water views en-
compassing a picturesque cove
Additional features: Marble/
wood plank flooring; lofty
ceilings; extra wide moldings;
limestone fireplace; Travertine
marble floors; 10-foot doors
plus transoms; impact rated to
140 MPH; Jacuzzi tub; 2-bay ga-
rage; infinity lap pool; Sub Zero
fridge/freezer; 126-bottle Sub
Zero wine cooler; Wolf gas range
w/two ovens; built-in convec-
tion oven; 2 Miele dishwashers
Listing agency:

John’s Island
Real Estate Company

Listing agents:
Jeannette Mahaney, 772-538-7255,
and Susie Perticone, 203-832-4655

Listing price: $4,400,000

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Should they buy – or take out a mortgage and stay liquid?

BY ILYCE GLINK AND SAMUEL J. TAMKIN is best to mortgage with these low rates for your new home rather than tak- sure you understand what it might
The Washington Post or purchase with cash? We have more ing out a loan. Since your cash re- cost you to take out a mortgage in-
than enough on hand to pay with cash. ally isn’t earning any interest from stead of paying cash. As you begin to
Question: We are considering pur- the bank, it would be less expensive weigh the options, ask the builder’s
chasing a new home in a national Answer: You’re right: Interest rates over the long run to pay for the home lender for an estimate of fees (with-
homebuilder’s development. We could are at historic lows these days. If you in cash rather than taking out a loan. out formally applying for the loan or
go through their loan people or pay factor in the rate of inflation, taking But if you have a place to invest your giving them your credit information).
cash. We are not sure what the costs of out a mortgage feels like borrowing
going through the loan process may be money free.
with them, but before we get started,
what is your opinion as to whether it You, however, are in a unique situ-
ation as you can choose to pay cash

cash, or if buying the home for cash Once you have that information in
would leave you without any cash, hand, you can decide whether the
taking out some sort of loan might be fees are worth it or not.
smart. You should certainly talk with
the builder’s lender and get an idea of If you do opt for the mortgage, what
what mortgage products they are of- is your plan for the cash you have
fering and what those fees, interest on hand? Some people are quite risk
rates and terms would be. averse and may put the money in a
savings account earning virtually
Recently, Sam closed on a deal for a nothing. Well, if you plan to have the
buyer who obtained a loan for around money sit around earning no interest,
$200,000. He did not need the loan you might be better off paying cash
but wanted to have the cash on hand. for the home and save paying all the
The interesting thing about the loan, extra fees associated with applying
which carries an interest rate of 3 per- for and closing on the loan.
cent, is he paid over $5,000 in fees.
That is a hefty upfront cost for a rela- On the other hand, if you need the
tively small loan. money for medical expenses, college
tuition or travel expenses, or sim-
The buyer’s total loan costs were ply want to invest in something else,
about average; but had he paid cash then taking out the loan may be right
he could have saved over $5,000. for you.
These fees included around $1,000
loan processing fees, $650 appraisal We have said this many times in
fee and another $800 in other mis- the past: Investing your cash is fine
cellaneous lender fees. Once you got and if you’ve got a place for those dol-
through the lender fees, he also had lars, then taking out a mortgage is a
to pay for the lender’s title insurance smart idea – particularly at today’s
policy and other title company clos- historic low interest rates. But please
ing fees and charges. Those fees were understand and map out your invest-
another $3,000. ment strategy and the inherent risks
that accompany it. And do not under-
We point these fees out to make estimate the power of living debt free.

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Some of our readers cannot resist believe you should always make your The trick is to sit tight and let your you might well wish you had your
these super-low interest rates, and money work as hard as it can for you. money ride out the storm. cash back in a savings account, even
we often hear from them when we if it is not earning any interest.
write how good some homeowners We do not disagree, but not every- No one can time the stock market.
feel knowing their mortgage is paid one shares that level of risk tolerance. If you invest for the long run, history Make sure you ask a lot of ques-
off. To them, equity means your cash As we have all seen over the past few says you should do well. But if you tions, understand your options and
is trapped inside your home and they weeks, the stock market can experi- needed your money on a day when have thought through any ramifica-
ence wild, jarring and painful swings. the stock market drops 2,000 points, tions. Good luck. 

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Real Estate Sales on the Barrier Island: March 20 to March 26

The barrier island real estate market had a banner week with 23 transactions recorded, including three for
more than $2 million.

The top sale of the week was of an oceanfront home just north of the community of Windsor. The
residence at 10880 Highway A1A was listed on July 24, 2019, for $4.75 million. The asking price more
recently was $3.995 million. The sale closed on March 26 for $3.25 million.

The seller of the property was represented by Cindy O’Dare and Richard Boga of Premier Estate Properties.
The purchaser was represented in the transaction by Jason Pogany of ONE Sotheby’s.

SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCES AND LOTS

SUBDIVISION ADDRESS LISTED ORIGINAL MOST RECENT SOLD SELLING
ASKING PRICE ASKING PRICE PRICE
$2,750,000 $2,600,000
$2,275,000
JOHN’S ISLAND 10 SEA CT 10/31/2019 $3,950,000 $2,750,000 3/23/2020 $1,540,000
$1,115,000
RIOMAR BAY 531 BAY DR 6/11/2018 $3,100,000 3/24/2020 $970,000
$950,000
INDIAN BAY 1502 W CAMINO DEL RIO 1/17/2020 $1,775,000 $1,775,000 3/25/2020 $950,000
CASTAWAY COVE 1100 NEAR OCEAN DR 2/12/2020 $1,059,000 $820,000
$1,160,000 3/20/2020 $740,000
$650,000
BETHEL ISLE 722 BAHIA MAR RD 1/21/2020 $985,000 $985,000 3/23/2020 $600,000
RIOMAR 535 RIOMAR DR 12/23/2019 $975,000 $435,000
$975,000 3/26/2020 $424,000
$378,000
MARINER VILLAGE 110 MARINER BEACH LN 2/14/2020 $985,000 $985,000 3/23/2020
$750,000
INDIAN TRAILS 700 CANOE TRL 1/14/2020 $849,000 $849,000 3/26/2020 $618,000
$512,000
INDIAN BAY POINT 1646 INDIAN BAY DR 12/10/2019 $770,000 $770,000 3/23/2020 $415,000
$410,000
VEROMAR 536 GREYTWIG RD 11/29/2019 $730,000 $730,000 3/25/2020 $385,000
SILVER SHORES 702 SILVER SHORES RD 8/19/2019 $725,000 $260,000
$699,000 3/24/2020 $175,000

MARBRISA 200 N CARMEL CT 2/9/2020 $435,000 $435,000 3/26/2020
ISLAND CLUB OF VERO 925 ISLAND CLUB SQ 11/11/2019 $499,000
$465,000 3/25/2020

SILVER SHORES 720 SHORE DR 2/12/2020 $399,900 $399,900 3/23/2020

TOWNHOMES, VILLAS, CONDOS, MULTIFAMILY AND INVESTMENT

SEAQUAY CONDO 4800 HIGHWAY A1A, #218 11/9/2019 $775,000 $775,000 3/20/2020
GABLES OF VERO BEACH 2700 OCEAN DR, #302N 6/8/2019 $649,000 $649,000 3/24/2020
RIVER MEWS CONDO 2139 VIA FUENTES, #2139 12/10/2019 $529,000 $529,000 3/24/2020
PORPOISE BAY VILLAS 300 HARBOUR DR, #309A 1/10/2020 $430,000 $430,000 3/20/2020
LA MER CONDO 5558 HIGHWAY A1A, #207 11/30/2018 $460,000 $445,000 3/25/2020
RIVER MEWS CONDO 2170 VIA FUENTES, #2170 12/16/2019 $495,000 $435,000 3/24/2020
EAST WIND 910 E CAUSEWAY BLVD,#B7 11/7/2019 $289,000 $275,000 3/24/2020
ROYALE RIVIERA 935 E CAUSEWAY BLVD, #309 7/12/2019 $199,000 $190,000 3/20/2020

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Here are some of the top recent barrier island sales.

Subdivision: Riomar, Address: 535 Riomar Dr Subdivision: Indian Bay, Address: 1502 W Camino Del Rio

Listing Date: 12/23/2019 Listing Date: 1/17/2020
Original Price: $975,000 Original Price: $1,775,000
Recent Price: $975,000 Recent Price: $1,775,000
Sold: 3/26/2020 Sold: 3/25/2020
Selling Price: $950,000 Selling Price: $1,540,000
Listing Agent: Kimberly & Mike Thorpe Listing Agent: Marshall Carlton PA

Selling Agent: One Sotheby’s Int’l Realty Selling Agent: Berkshire Hathaway Florida

Troy Westover Marshall Carlton PA

Dale Sorensen Real Estate Inc. Berkshire Hathaway Florida

Subdivision: Riomar Bay, Address: 531 Bay Dr Subdivision: Mariner Village, Address: 110 Mariner Beach Ln

Listing Date: 6/11/2018 Listing Date: 2/14/2020
Original Price: $3,950,000 Original Price: $985,000
Recent Price: $3,100,000 Recent Price: $985,000
Sold: 3/24/2020 Sold: 3/23/2020
Selling Price: $2,275,000 Selling Price: $950,000
Listing Agent: Jane Schwiering & Listing Agent: Janyne Kenworthy
Lucy Hendricks
Selling Agent: Selling Agent: ONE Sotheby’s Int’l Realty
Berkshire Hathaway Florida
Bob Niederpruem
Lucy Hendricks &
Jane Schwiering Premier Estate Properties

Berkshire Hathaway Florida

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Here are some of the top recent barrier island sales.

Subdivision: Indian Trails, Address: 700 Canoe Trl Subdivision: John’s Island, Address: 10 Sea Ct

Listing Date: 1/14/2020 Listing Date: 10/31/2019
Original Price: $849,000 Original Price: $2,750,000
Recent Price: $849,000 Recent Price: $2,750,000
Sold: 3/26/2020 Sold: 3/23/2020
Selling Price: $820,000 Selling Price: $2,600,000
Listing Agent: Debbie Bell Listing Agent: Cliff Norris Jr

Selling Agent: Berkshire Hathaway Florida Selling Agent: Cliff Norris Real Estate

Kathleen Pogany Cliff Norris Jr

ONE Sotheby’s Int’l Realty Cliff Norris Real Estate

Subdivision: Indian Bay Point, Address: 1646 Indian Bay Dr Subdivision: Bethel Isle, Address: 722 Bahia Mar Rd

Listing Date: 12/10/2019 Listing Date: 1/21/2020
Original Price: $770,000 Original Price: $985,000
Recent Price: $770,000 Recent Price: $985,000
Sold: 3/23/2020 Sold: 3/23/2020
Selling Price: $740,000 Selling Price: $970,000
Listing Agent: Matilde Sorensen Listing Agent: Lori Davis

Selling Agent: Dale Sorensen Real Estate Inc. Selling Agent: Dale Sorensen Real Estate Inc.

Janet Bruce Sherry Brown

Palm Island Plantation Realty ONE Sotheby’s Int’l Realty




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