Happy Thanksgiving!

In a tough year like this one, where so many of our friends, colleagues and neighbors are having very difficult times, it’s important to thank each other for the ongoing support and friendship we receive from each other. 

Many thanks to all of you who read and have enjoyed this blog to date.  Your comments (both public and private) have been frequently thought-provoking and always kind, and have made writing this blog a much more fun project than I would have guessed. 

I hope that you and your families and friends have a warm and pleasant Thanksgiving holiday, and a good rest from the worries of the current commercial real estate world, if only for a few days.

Best regards,

Maura

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1 Response to “Happy Thanksgiving!”


  1. 1 Ron Burkhardt November 27, 2009 at 5:19 am

    Maura:

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Ron


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