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Is there someplace similar to Zillow to find historic home prices?

It's a complicated situation, but I need to get an approximate value of a house for what it was worth in 2007-2008. I know what the county put as market value those two years, but I also know that that is generally much lower than the actual market value.

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Mac Stipanovich: Marco Rubio's Faustian bargain

Mac Stipanovich
June 13, 2021

"Of all the sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these, 'It might have been.'"

The much-anticipated U.S. Senate race in Florida between the Republican incumbent Marco Rubio and the Democratic challenger U.S. Rep. Val Demings is on. And it bids fair to be the highest-profile contest in the country in the struggle for control of the Senate.

One of the more interesting aspects of this matchup is how Rubio arrived at this critical time and place. It was not by paying his dues. No, like Faust, he made a deal with the devil to get here.

The beginning — and the high point — of his tawdry journey to today was Feb. 18, 2013, the day on which he appeared on the cover of Time magazine as The Republican Savior, with the subhead of “How Marco Rubio became the new voice of the GOP,” following his initial election to the Senate. Intelligent, well-spoken, attractive with an attractive family and a good back story as the son of Cuban American working-class immigrants, Rubio appeared to be the complete package in an evolving Republican Party.

More: https://floridapolitics.com/archives/435376-mac-stipanovich-marco-rubios-faustian-bargain/

Kid calls dad on Ring doorbell with question about TV

For the women in this group



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