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Is new for you and old is through?
Is new for you and old is through?
Is new for you and old is through?
Is new for you and old is through?
Is new for you and old is through?
Is new for you and old is through?
Is new for you and old is through?
Is new for you and old is through?
Is new for you and old is through?
Is new for you and old is through?
Is new for you and old is through?
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Is new for you and old is through?

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New construction has been the hot topic for everyone in the Puget Sound region lately. And for good reason. And we’ve talked a lot about it. But that doesn’t mean we should ignore another important …

New construction has been the hot topic for everyone in the Puget Sound region lately. And for good reason. And we’ve talked a lot about it. But that doesn’t mean we should ignore another important part of the market, properties built in the 1980s and 1990s. That time period frames the last huge building boom we’ve had in our region. And just because new is exciting, doesn’t mean old can’t be exciting too. If you need proof, just look at Elizabeth here, a 1913 model T. It is old. But it is a gem.

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