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      01-16-2008, 11:14 AM   #16
dr335is
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Originally Posted by Rips335iCoupe View Post
And, since you donít know much about Real Estate Ö. I know you donít like to deal in facts, but go ahead and swallow this one Ö

Last Year's Boom Towns: Location Intelligence Firm Announces the '7 from 2007'

Gadberry Group names the seven most notable high-growth areas in the nation from 2007.

Little Rock, AR (PRWEB) January 8, 2008 - Gadberry Group today announced its list of last year's seven most notable areas in the U.S. - Gadberry Group's 7 from 2007.
Gadberry Group's 7 from 2007:

 Frisco, TX (Dallas suburb)
 Brighton, CO (Denver suburb)
Goodyear, AZ (Phoenix suburb)
 Plainfield, IL (Chicago suburb)
 North Port, FL (Sarasota suburb)
 Lawrenceville, GA (Atlanta suburb)
 Wentzville, MO (St. Louis suburb)
7 most NOTABLE areas... You have no f'n clue what you're talking about... you read some crap and don't understand what that means...
I lived in PHX and have seen your "notable" Goodyear. I just moved from Dallas and have seen Frisco... Same dump for both of them -- cookie cutter shit all over it... It is notable because rednecks (like yourself) are merging there because they cannot afford anything closer to the city but hey, they drive the 335...

Now, go to your mama and ask her to explain it to you what I just said above...
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