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PML Real Estate Group

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Property Mgmt of Louisville

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Property Management

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Bank Owned Reo Services


Jefferson County, KY Housing #s

Last Updated 23 October 2014
  • 4071
  • 98
  • $234,415
  • $111.47

Clifton, Subdivison, KY Housing #s

Last Updated 23 October 2014
  • 9
  • 40
  • $186,277
  • $119.41

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                     The sale of the Binghams' former Glenview home closed Weds.

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                     gave a boost to both refinances and home purchases, the Mortgage

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                     Traditionally, Louisville had not had a renter's culture. As the city expanded,

                     people here tended to embrace the American dream of home ownership,

                     suburban lawns, tax-deductible mortgage interest and security of a soild,

                     ever-apprciating asset                   


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