Melinneals Getting A Bad Rap? Or Are They Much Wiser Than We Think?

Millennials Getting A Bad Rap?

Or Are They Much Wiser Than We Think? 

 

From being complacent and not wanting to work, to being dependent on their parents and living in their basements to not wanting to commit to marriage,  not wanting to buy homes and in many cases not even wanting to buy autos, Millennials are perhaps the single most brow beaten generation since the Hippies of the 60's-70's.

 

In fact some prognosticators feel they will be using Uber and Lyft more than they will be driving and owning their own vehicles. Personally I don't think it is necessarily a bad thing. Janis and I use them both quite a bit and find them easy, quick, economical and great to work with. BTW, you'd be amazed at how many drivers are those poor unproductive Millennials we're referring to.

 

However, lately I've been hearing more and more about Millennials and their keen interest in "Tiny Houses". Naturally, since I've been in the sorta kinda Tiny House Industry for several decades (Manufactured & Modular) and have garnered 5 Children and 14 Grandchildren thus far, this has keenly peaked my interest. I've been doing quite a bit of research and I really do think there's a cottage industry (pun intended) looming on the horizon that may just revolutionize the entire housing industry from this point forward. 

 

There are literally hundreds of Tiny House companies cropping up World Wide. From New Zealand, to China, to Europe, Central and South America, Canada and the USA they are on a roll (another pun intended). It's natural to assume that many perhaps most of these entrepreneurial little start ups are but mere hick ups on the horizon. But I can't help but believe that a few good companies who produce a quality product won't grow into some of the behemoths we saw during the early days of the Factory Built Housing Era

 

Building departments everywhere are starting to take heed and pay attention to this industry more and more everyday. Zoning rules and regulations are starting to change because they to realize that the Tiny House movement is here to stay.

 

Most importantly, however, are the 80 million aging Baby Boomers and an equal amount of Millennials which represent half the population of America of which many if not most are seeking some form of smaller and more affordable housing.

 

A lot of folks can't quite wrap their arms around the overall differences, if any, there really are between a Manufactured/Modular vs. a Tiny House. But the more I delve into this phenomenon the more I see it. The Tiny House movement is a renaissance; A move away from the cookie cutter "Wobbly Boxes" of the late 50's-70's that have covered vast amounts of our landscapes from coast to coast and in many cases have become dated and blighted.

 

Most of these innovators are thinking outside the box. They're thinking more individualistic, more artistic, more rustic, more modern, more curvilinear, more quaint, more individual and less and less mass produced assembly line pop em out of the toaster as fast as you can and send them bustin bugs down the highway. But most importantly they're thinking much much more affordable and practical.

 

I definitely think and feel that we all as RE Professionals and building and development industry stakeholders need to keep a very open mind and ear to the wall on this new frontier.

 

That's not to suggest that traditional housing development is dead by any means. Or that you won't be able to continue in a thriving resale market forever more. Or that the Manufactured home industry has gone the way of the Vikings. I'm just saying keep your eyes wide open. These young and innovative minds known as Millenneals are on to something BIG! But in a much SMALLER, more modest and affordable way.

 

 

 

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Comment balloon 49 commentsJohn DL Arendsen • November 18 2016 03:41PM

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Hi John- last year I was speaking with a millennial who said that she and her husband were house hunting but didn't want a big house.  She'd seen her parents and their friends spend their time and money on their big boxes and didn't want that. 

Posted by Kathy Streib, Home Stager - Palm Beach County,FL -561-914-6224 (Room Service Home Staging) almost 2 years ago

I really do think they're onto somethin Kathy Streib 3 of my 5 children have lived in MH's. Not because they had no other choices. Moreover because they wanted to be close to the beach/surf culture and wanted to raise their Kids there because of the quality of life and great schools.

They've never looked back albeit one of them had 3 daughters and had to move into a bigger home but still holds onto her MH. They went from an 840sf 2/2 to a 2700sf 4/3 3 story and feel like it's way too much home for them and are thinking about moving back into the MH as soon as their oldest daughter goes off to college.

It's all about what you're used to and your own personal comfort zone. 

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

Every generation is "misunderstood" and judement passed upon. For me I want to see what shakes out. The fact that they value culture first in the job they take gives me hope, and as you point out housing needs will change and trends will emerge.

Posted by Joe Pryor, REALTOR® - Oklahoma Investment Properties (The Virtual Real Estate Team) almost 2 years ago

Housing certainly will change to a significant degree Joe Pryor albeit we will certainly see the Tiny House trend proliferate more and more. Personally, I'm focusing on the Accessory Dwelling Unit "ADU" aka "Granny Flat" as I think the new building and zoning is already taking steps to accommodate them,

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

I see most millenials in my marketplace going with more modest sized homes over the mini-manisions.

Posted by Chris Ann Cleland, Associate Broker, Bristow, VA (Long and Foster REALTORS®, Gainesville, VA) almost 2 years ago

A growing trend and Global phenomenon Chris Ann Cleland We're just seeing its infancy beginning to rear its head above the surface.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

Here there isn't yet a movement toward tiny houses yet.  I'm not sure we will ever see one, but it could happen.

Posted by Chris Ann Cleland, Associate Broker, Bristow, VA (Long and Foster REALTORS®, Gainesville, VA) almost 2 years ago

I have loved the Tiny House movement from the first time I first heard of it about ten years ago!  As for the Millennials, I have a lot of faith in that generation.  They aren't as materialistic as some of the older generations, and they have a lot of humanity!

Posted by Myrl Jeffcoat, Greater Sacramento Real Estate Agent (GreatWest Realty) almost 2 years ago

I watch the Tiny House show on HGTV from time to time and find it fascinating!  Not sure I could live in such a small space, now. But way back when it probably would have been an option - especially if you could hook it up and go traveling and skiing all over the place. Why not?!!

Posted by Anna Banana Kruchten CRB, CRS 602-380-4886, Arizona's Top Banana! (Phoenix Property Shoppe) almost 2 years ago

                             Thanks John DL Arendsen 

Posted by Kathy Streib, Home Stager - Palm Beach County,FL -561-914-6224 (Room Service Home Staging) almost 2 years ago

Hi John DL Arendsen , I am fascinated by the interest in the tiny houses.  We'll see where the trend takes us.

Posted by Larry Johnston, Broker,Friends & Neighbors Real Estate, Elkhart,IN (Broker, Friends & Neighbors Real Estate and Elkhart County Subdivisions, LLC) almost 2 years ago

Myrl Jeffcoat You are such a sweet soul.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

Actually between my home and my lil casita I do the best of both worlds Anna Banana Kruchten Of course that depends on the surf.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

Kathy Streib So flattered you featured me. I am indeed forever humbled. But more importantly I hope this will resonate with folks. It's indeed very timely.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

I think it may be moving beyond a trend Larry Johnston Our kids need housing and they seem to be gravitating towards this movement more and more.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

John DL Arendsen As I have mentioned in earlier comments, I refuse to pigeon-hole people into groups based on age. It has so often been heard that a person is pointed out as having an 'Old Soul'. So much meaning to this concept.

Posted by Sandy Padula and Norm Padula, JD, GRI, Presence, Persistence & Perseverance (Realty National) almost 2 years ago

Only time will tell if the reputation is accurate. As for tiny houses I guess it depends on the definition of tiny. After all, a tiny income to some would be $250,000 a year.

Posted by Gary L. Waters Broker Associate, Bucci Realty, Fifteen Years Experience in Brevard County (Bucci Realty, Inc.) almost 2 years ago

I re read my post Sandy Padula and Norm Padula, JD, GRI NMLS#1483386 and can't for the life of me see where I've pigeoned holed anyone. But perhaps your seeing someting i'm not. If so please enlighten me. I have a very open mind and have no problem taking criticism; especially constructive criticism.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

Please excuse my ignorance Gary L. Waters, Broker Owner, Waters Realty of Brevard, LLC  but I'm not connecting the dots between a tiny house and a 250k salary. 

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

Interesting read, John, and glad to see it featured as it gets us thinking. Tiny Houses are certainly a growing trend - not something I want for myself but I can understand that some people, Millennial or otherwise, might be interested for a number of reasons. It seems there are a number of cultural, and economic, shifts at work and it will be interesting to see where things go

Jeff

Posted by Jeff Dowler, CRS, The Southern California Relocation Dude (Solutions Real Estate ) almost 2 years ago

I'm getting more and more amazed by it everyday Jeff Dowler There are so many things happening so quickly it's almost hard to wrap my arms around it. But I am going to take a stab at it sometime soon. Perhaps on my own home in Vista. Can't think a a better place to put my first model. LOL! You'll be one of the first ones I'll invite over to preview it.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

As much as I agree with a lot of the generalities out there about milennials....my own three children are very productive, responsible, adults that work very hard for what they have. I don't see them fitting the mold at all.

Posted by Sharon Tara, New Hampshire Home Stager (Sharon Tara Transformations) almost 2 years ago

OK John DL Arendsen I am one of the Millennial "haters." I don't think as a generation they have much value. There are exceptions of course, but they will NEED to PROVE themselves (to me) .

As for TINY HOUSES  in your backyard as a granny flat, I think this is a great idea. And most planning agencies will go along with it, I'm sure.

Bill Roberts

Posted by Bill Roberts, "Baby Boomer" Retirement Planner (Brooks and Dunphy Real Estate) almost 2 years ago

I know it's very unfair Sharon Tara I too have 5 Children and 14 Grandkids who are far afield from the stereo type they've been branded with by certain segments of society. 

But then if you really read the entire post you will see that a lot of what I said in the beginning was just tongue and cheek to garner attention to the subject and I think it worked judging from the responses I'm getting from AR , Linked in, Facebook, etc. 

As you know the essence of the post was not to focus on Millenneals as much as the Tiny House movement which they are for the most part a huge player and participant both for living in them and the entire design and building of them.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

Oh I hope you didn't think my comment was somehow disagreeing with your post....I guess going back and reading it, it could be seen that way. Not at all.

My poorly worded comment was supposed to be in agreement with you. LOL

Posted by Sharon Tara, New Hampshire Home Stager (Sharon Tara Transformations) almost 2 years ago

I would never say I'm a hater of anything Bill Roberts It's so much more fun and a lot easier to find something to like about others. And to that I say that the Tiny House Movement is all their's. 

Be it their college debt, the fact that they have to live at home in their parents basement, hold off getting married because they can't afford it, or whatever the mainstream seems to want to tag them with they are pretty crafty and enterprising entrepreneurs having spearheaded what I see becoming the next behemoth in the housing sector.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

Tiny houses may well have their place, especially for so many people that make do with small apartments and the step-up to a tiny house would be a cheaper alternative.

Posted by Ed Silva, Central CT Real Estate Broker Serving all equally (RE/MAX Professionals, CT 203-206-0754 ) almost 2 years ago

Not at all Sharon Tara I didn't take it that way at all. We are actually in total agreement. But I think some folks, and I'm probably as guilty as the next person, seem to only read the first few sentences or at best a couple of paragraphs and think they've grasped the total message.

My comment wasn't to you persoanlly it was more general and for the benefit of those that thought they got the total jest of the message by just reading above the fold if you know what I mean. LOL!

I really appreciated your comment and accept my humble apology if it came across diffeently to you.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

I've been following some architects and designers that are actually designing and in some cases even building "Tiny" apartment building, hotels and motels (Japan). So it's not just about SFR placed out in the middle of the boonies or in someone's backyard or a new age "Mobilehome Park" Ed Silva 

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

OK John DL Arendsen We won't discuss the relativew merits of the Millennial generation, but stasy focussed on TINY HOUSES.

What do you think about placing several (maybe six) on a lot and making a new -age court. This was very popular in the early part of the 20th century. I remember living in one when I was about four years old. Much better than an apartment.

Bill Roberts

Posted by Bill Roberts, "Baby Boomer" Retirement Planner (Brooks and Dunphy Real Estate) almost 2 years ago

The more research I do on Tiny Houses vs Manufactured Home Boxes that don't have a lot of pizazz or eyeball the more I'm looking at the Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) market Bill Roberts 

I've stumbled on an architect/designer and a purveyor up nort that I'm discussing the possibility of opeing an actual retail lot with a couple of models and marketing them throughout the San Diego, Orange County and Riverside County areas.

There's so much upside potential and very little downside risk in targeting folks in rural, semi rural or even many urban areas that have the real estate and local zoning regs to accommodate them. 

I think there will be a boon in this industry as soon as the HCD gets their act together and figures out how to regulate them and work with the local building and planning deparments to integrate them into the mainstream.

Why? You wanna play?

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

John, I think that Millenials and Baby Boomers have a lot more in common than I originally thought.  And while I could be tempted to move into a beautifully designed "small" house, a real tiny house probably wouldn't work.  And I'm finding this to be true of so many of my Millenials and my downsizing Boomers.

Posted by Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital (RLAH Real Estate) almost 2 years ago

No doubt about that Patricia Kennedy I couldn't agree more. However, I do feel there's a happy medium like some of the photos shown in this post. I'm a firm beleiver that as a mini RV owner they are fun for the weekend or a road trip. But Janis is a dedicated Condo Camper at heart and nothing looks better to her after a few days on the road than a good ole Camp Marriott.

My primary interest and enthusiasm would be to use a nicely designed and practical 4 to 6 hundred sf backyard cottage type of dwelling that could be used as a Granny Flat or guest home for visitors or on site employees, etc.

The Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) market is vertually untapped and the state of California theough the California Housing and Community Development Department (HCD) is now taking a very close look at how they can regulate it.

Additionally Counties and Cities throughout the State have and are continueing to allow them to be constructed on properties that meet the zoning and building guidelines. So as as Manufactured Home specialist I'm all in.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

John DL Arendsen The comment was not directed at you. It was nothing more that a general observation. Your post was not in any manner criticized

Posted by Sandy Padula and Norm Padula, JD, GRI, Presence, Persistence & Perseverance (Realty National) almost 2 years ago

Hi John - I would say that this is still unfolding.  We'll see how they decide as they get older.

Posted by Grant Schneider, Your Coach Helping You Create Successful Outcomes (Performance Development Strategies) almost 2 years ago

I guess I just didn't understand your answer Sandy Padula and Norm Padula, JD, GRI NMLS#1483386 No worries. It's all good.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

Definitely still unfolding Grant Schneider 

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

Our county has permitted the construction of an in law or Grannie quarter in the back to solve housing issues.  It is not a bad idea to live on same parcel.  Avg home price here is way too high for malinneals.....

Posted by Sam Shueh, mba, cdpe, reopro, pe ( (408) 425-1601) almost 2 years ago

OK John DL Arendsen Sure. I wanna play. What do you have in mind?

Bill Roberts

Posted by Bill Roberts, "Baby Boomer" Retirement Planner (Brooks and Dunphy Real Estate) almost 2 years ago

That's exactly right Sam Shueh The state of California is finally getting smart and the counties and cities are jumping on board as well.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

I'm putting a biz plan together right now. Will keep you posted via private messaging Bill Roberts 

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

I enjoyed reading your post - I am the mother of a millennial - she is wonderful! and very productive - living in her own apartment - paying her own bills - with a wonderful job - I wouldn't trade her for anyone else! 

Posted by Lise Howe, Assoc. Broker and Attorney Licensed in DC, MD, VA, (Keller Williams Capital Properties) almost 2 years ago

I love the tiny houses but, can't imagine 'fitting' into one!  And, the millennial phenomenon is not really present here  - we serve a LOT of them (we are a high-tech, high-destination city - and have had nothing but, positive experiences with them.  Could be because I have two of my own!  ;-)

Posted by Debe Maxwell, CRS, Charlotte Homes for Sale - Charlotte Neighborhoods (www.iCharlotteHomes.com | The Maxwell House Group | RE/MAX Executive | (704) 491-3310) almost 2 years ago

Ha! At 71 (almost a Baby Boomer) and with 5 children and 14 Grandkiddies I'm sure I have a few millennials in the mix myself Debe Maxwell  and they are all as independent as I was at their age and only one is living at his Mom and Dad's home (oldest daughter) but has a full time employment and his own car.

BTW, the only reason he's living at home is because they just moved to Austin and my daughter can use a little rent money until they get their biz up and running locally.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

Well, actually I live in both Debe Maxwell I have a pretty large primary residence that can and has been a bit overwhelming at times and we have a small beach casita which is quite cozy comfy.

They're only about 20 minuetes apart so we enjoy them both equally (depending on the surf LOL) and we have no problems adjusting to either. I think it's basically just a matter of acclimating to each environment.

We also have a very small Sprinter RV that we use to go camping with our kids. It's barely big enough for the two of us but we love it albeit that would definitely not be a fit for us on a full time basis.

That's where my wife draws the line, however, I'd be just fine with it if it were parked on a sandy beach with nice waves.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) almost 2 years ago

I don't blame you a bit, John DL Arendsen!  I would take that RV at the beach any day!  We have friends who RV and I'm still trying to talk Ray into at least going with them once to see how accessible it could be if we got one ourselves.  The problem for us is the wheelchair width - he can't get through tiny spaces!

I'm game for trying it and then possibly having one customized to fit his needs!

Posted by Debe Maxwell, CRS, Charlotte Homes for Sale - Charlotte Neighborhoods (www.iCharlotteHomes.com | The Maxwell House Group | RE/MAX Executive | (704) 491-3310) almost 2 years ago

I am also fascinated by tiny houses. The individuality and creativity that people put into these designs is sometimes simply amazing.

Posted by Regina Minton, Real Estate Assistant over 1 year ago

The place I purchased our Sprinter from does those types of conversions and also does easy lifts Debe Maxwell I sure hope you get a chance to try it out. It took me 40 years to convince my wife as she's been a very happy condo camper and her favorite campground has always been Camp Marriott. LOL! But now that she's actually expereicned caming a few times she can't wait for our next outing. Go figure.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) over 1 year ago

Couldn't agree more Regina Minton Lots of very talented folks out there.

Posted by John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & Contractor (CREST BACKYARD HOMES, ON THE LEVEL GENERAL & FACTORY BUILT HOME CONTRACTOR, TAG REAL ESTATE SALES & INVESTMENTS) over 1 year ago

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