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Thanks Howard. That was kinda my feeling but wanted to get some other opinions. Tim Tim W. Pepper, ARA Sent from my iPhone ------Original Message------ Tim: I can think of several nearby sod farms, plus one property previously used as a sod ...
Tim: I can think of several nearby sod farms, plus one property previously used as a sod farm that is now used as cropland. Aside from the irrigation pivots and buildings used to house the sod farm equipment, there is nothing unique about the RE component ...
There is a secondary and important problem with this dangerous neighbor situation. Does the neighbor have an impact on value? How much? Fred Geyer, ARA Columbia City, Indiana ------Original Message------ I would contact the neighbor, with the ...
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