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Date Posted: 08:24:32 08/03/16 Wed
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Subject: It may be too late, but I talked with neighbors before we put an offer on our house. I wanted to see what they were like. Twenty years later, many of our neighbors are still our best friends.
In reply to: Eek! 's message, "Any first time home owner advice?" on 19:51:47 07/28/16 Thu

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  • Thnx! Did a home inspection &talked to the neighbours, but in the end we found out the property boundaries had been misrepresented and that there had been legal action with the neighbours over it (NT) -- sooo I ran while I could, 19:30:05 08/03/16 Wed
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