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March 23, 2009


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Jeremy Forman

Its refreshing to see a company that finally gets "it".
Building Equity will most certainly continue to have success selling distressed property because of their ability to mitigate opportunities for loss and maximize opportunities for gain.

Buyers prefer stabilized property. Without having a local group to manage the stabilization process, asset managers are opening the door to a myriad of headaches including additional loss of property value and a longer sales process.

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