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cottonwood
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The Heurtley Commission

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The price has dropped from $5.75 million to $4.9 million. Perhaps the recent articles (Chicago Tribune, New York Times) about the real estate market evolving into a "buyer's market" and the continued increases in interest rates are contributing to price adjustments in all markets.

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