Katie Ward

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  • The Must-Have Amenities Shaping Luxury Living

    With the ongoing boom in single and multifamily home construction and master-planned communities, residents are so inundated with housing options that a property must offer more than just an appealing location or architectural design in order to stand out.

    National 26 April 2016 15:38

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