Friday, March 25, 2005

There is no politics of real estate

Gary Weisman, who owns air-conditioning and heating businesses in Baltimore and Sarasota, has lived off Honore Avenue in a 3,100-square-foot home for six years. But he wanted more space.

He spent about $500,000 for a 3-quarter-acre lot at The Founders Club, a golf community being built off Fruitville Road east of Interstate 75.

He plans to have a 7,500-square-foot home built there for about $2 million.

"I've been in the suburbs all my life," he said. "I'd like to have a little bit of room. You can always go downtown or to the beach when you want to."

His Mediterranean-style home...will have six bedrooms and six bathrooms, a home theater, a six-car garage, and an elevator to the second floor.

He was attracted by the tranquility of the community, the quality of the homes and the country club being planned.

"It's pristine," he said.

[source: HeraldTribune (Florida)]
Not only is there no politics of real estate in the US. There is no consciousness of there being no politics of real estate in USian media.

The only detectable mission of this nation appears to be obesity.


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