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Hot Property: Hits and misses

Not everyone blasts it out of the park when it comes to making a profit on a home sale. The cyclical nature of the housing market and having overpaid in the first place are among factors that can leave some sellers upside-down on a property. This week’s offerings include a rapper who has had plenty...
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