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Today is November 6, 2020, three days post-Election Day. Like all of you, we anxiously wait as the results continue to be tallied in key states. Whatever your politics may be, we hope you're all managing your stress from Election Fatigue. How do you think the Presidential Election will impact your business in real estate?
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