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  • Lee & Associates Sells Five Units for $2.3M

    Lee & Associates achieves the highest per-unit price in California's Conejo Valley; a 292-unit community in Fort Worth trades hands with help from Marcus & Millichap; and Berkadia secures nearly $12 million for a mixed-use co-op property.

    National 19 September 2014 18:40

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