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    For many American cities, the end of 2007 marked the bitter start of what now experts call “The Great Recession." Among them, Detroit. But the ghost-like Detroit turned out to be a tremendous opportunity for real estate investors, and one of them has become a sort of local superhero.

    Detroit 04 November 2014 17:26

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