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Park Hills • $139,900 Adorable “farm house style” home sitting on a 1/2 acre more or less. Stepping in you will be in awe of the charm & character accented with shiplap, french doors, engineered hardwood & more. The living room and adjoining dining room make the perfect place to entertain family & friends. In addition the adjoining family room gives extra space to enjoy company or just kick back and relax at the end of the day. Stepping into the kitchen is like stepping into a magazine, with convenient soft close cabinets & drawers, beautiful counter tops with an under counter granite sink and breakfast bar. Two large bedrooms on the main level, one being a spacious master with adjoining bath & walk in closet, the perfect place to end your day! The home originally had 3 bedrooms and could be converted back, if needed. The lower level has lots of storage closets. Lots of memories will be made from the large covered front porch to the back deck and patio area with fire pit. Call for a showing today!

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Home of the Week.... 6151 Centerline Dr French Village

Charming 2 story home with attached garage sitting on 10 private acres. Entering the home through the spacious foyer your eyes will gaze on the large living room with fireplace. The home flows directly to a fabulous kitchen with an abundance of cabinets,counter tops & walk in pantry. For larger gatherings you may wish to use the formal dining room. All of these rooms have lovely wood floors & lots of natural light. Not to forget a delightful room that could be used as an office or den along with a large laundry room that includes a bath. A beautiful stair case leads you to the large master suite, two additional bedrooms & bath. Lower level has been finished to enjoy time with family & friends in the large recreation room or family room with wet bar and free standing stove. In addition to the charming interior you will enjoy time with friends & family on the amazing 146’ wrap around porch or sitting around the fire pit listening to children’s laughter from the log play house.


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18086006 Farmington • $249,900

Spacious Brick 4 Bedroom Ranch Style Home in Holiday Park. BIG beautiful privacy fenced back yard with nice patio and basketball court. Bright and cheery kitchen & living room. Great room features a wood burning fireplace. Pet friendly home with mud/dog room including pet door! Finished basement includes two more bedrooms, family room and a third bath & is plumbed for a kitchen or wet bar.


Fredericktown • $399,900

Privately placed, custom built home with 4200 sq. ft. of total finished living space on 40 acres m/l. Plus a 94 x 30 brick front detached garage with 5 garage doors, partially heated and cooled. Enjoy the beautiful views from the patio around the built in fire pit or from the full glass sunroom off the living room. This home features 2 gas fireplaces, Open floor plan, master bedroom and bath with double vanity sink and large walk in closet.

18035230 Farmington • $899,000

Custom Builders Home with many amenities not found in most homes. Mostly brick/stone, crown molding throughout, intercom throughout, four fireplaces, granite counters, stainless appliances, wine cooler, master suite has gas see-thru fireplace & huge bathroom with electric fireplace, workout room, 26 x 8 walk-in closet plus office area. The octagon breakfast room has loads of windows & natural sunlight.

Mary Hagan, GRI 573-701-1690 E-mail me at:

Farmington • $399,900 Stunning setting! Gated driveway, lake, large 4 bedroom home with outbuildings on 12 beautiful mostly wooded acres in Farmington School District. Big rooms, vaulted ceilings, and gorgeous views. Call for a personal tour. Home & 70 acres offered at $579,900.

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Park Hills $69,900

3 Bedroom home on a large lot, nice screened in deck. Conveniently located to Hwy 8 and the Park Hills and Desloge area. Great Family Home!




Park Hills • $521,875

41.47 Acres in awesome location for a new subdivision, apartments & duplexes or almost any business! Beautiful property with approximately 200 yards of road frontage.


Bonne Terre • $159,000


Farmington • $41,900

Beautiful Country Setting, close to Town! Lots come with Common Ground Trails to ride your horses and Common Ground Lake to fish, along with a lakeside pavilion.

Park Hills • $14,400


Park Hills • $74,900

Excellent Investment/Rental Property. Three bedroom, 2 bath home centrally located in Park Hills. Priced to sell quickly. Call for an appointment to see this fabulous opportunity!


Bismarck • $42,900

Big home in the country! Big lot with one big home and one smaller one too. Super Buy! Call for a look ASAP.


One of the few lots available in the Central School district. Perfect for a single family home. Investors, this lot would work well for a duplex.

Farmington • $1,575,000

75 Acres with beautiful home and winery located just 2 miles from Farmington and one hour from St. Louis. Turnkey operation. Winery with all inventory, tables & chairs, tanks, wine making equipment.



Ranch style home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living and family room with brick wood burning fire place, office, walkout basement with fireplace with storage room.


Park Hills • $4,500

Building lot - Ready for construction! Double lot. Priced to sell really FAST!


Farmington • $259,900

Irondale • $284,900

Wide Open Space! Open floor plan, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, and finished walk out basement. 5 Acres fenced, cross fenced & ready for horses. 48 x 36 barn has 4 stalls with 12’ lean-to.

WOW!! Beautiful views for 360 degrees is all you will see from inside this NEW CONSTRUCTION Home! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Large front porch & huge back deck to enjoy.



Farmington • $549,000

Unique find! 61 Wooded acres full of deer & turkey. Nice pavilion next to the private 17 acre spring fed lake. Electric on property plus an old well. Gorgeous building sites on this property.

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Park Hills • $299,900

10.3 Acres in Remarkable Location easy access and excellent visibility from Hwy 67. Superb Site for retail, hotel, office or convenience store.

Farmington • $38,500

Fantastic location! Subdivision has city utilities, paved streets, and superbly located between two golf courses. Several lots available.


Mary & Glen Hagan 573-701-1690 573-760-4768

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any people decide to upgrade from their apartments or condominiums out of a need for more space. But even after moving into a new home, homeowners may soon begin to outgrow the room they have. Rather than looking for a new home, some homeowners consider expansion. Expanding a living space can be expensive, and a more affordable option may be converting existing basement or garage space into something more livable. Garages already are built on a foundation, have four walls and a roof overhead, so a garage-conversion project is merely a matter of turning this utilitarian area into a living space. Before beginning the renovation,

homeowners should consider the benefits versus the cost of converting the garage. For those who are planning to grow old in a house, a garage conversion can be a worthy investment. But those who intend to sell their homes rather than retire in them may learn that a converted garage can affect home value and make it less desireable at resale. Compare your home to others in the area and see what your neighbors have done. If converted garages are the norm where you live, your own renovation may fit in with others. Always apply for the proper permits and learn the zoning laws to see if a garage conversion is acceptable in your town or city. It’s best to go by the book so that work can be done in a proper manner and be inspected for

safety. Many homeowners hope their garage-conversion projects will make their garages seem like a seamless part of the rest of the house. To do so, you will need to remove evidence the space was once a garage. Slab floor will need to be raised and insulated. Walls also will need to be insulated and finished to improve comfort and soundproofing. Many garages do not have windows, so for the garage to function as a renovated space, windows may need to be added. One of the biggest transformations will come by way of modifying the garage door entry. Some homeowners prefer to leave the existing door so that the home still has the appearance of a garage from the curb, while others remove the

garage door and rebuild the exterior wall so that it has a window or another architectural element. An architect can help suggest design elements that will camouflage the original garage look and make the space seem like it was always part of the main living area of the home. Landscaping work also can minimize the appearance of an old garage. Rather than having the driveway end at the wall of a home, shrubbery, pavers and other techniques can blend the garage renovation into the rest of the yard design. Transforming a garage into a living space can add several hundred square feet to a home. Hire a reputable contractor and follow the municipal guidelines for modifying the space to ensure the job is done right.

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How to improve indoor air quality in winter Plants can improve indoor air quality by helping to remove harmful irritants from the air.


omes tend to be stuffier in autumn and winter. As temperatures outside dip, windows are closed and air quality inside homes can suffer. Poor indoor air quality can not only be uncomfortable, causing residents to experience headaches, dry eyes and nasal congestion, but also can be unhealthy. According to the American Lung Association, poor indoor air quality can cause or contribute to the development of infections, lung cancer and chronic lung diseases, such as asthma. Though it’s not feasible or healthy to open windows when temperatures outside dip to near or below freezing, there are steps everyone can take to improve the indoor air quality in their homes. Add to your décor with plants. Plants provide both aesthetic and practical appeal to a home’s interior. Houseplants can clean and purify the air in a home, helping to remove formaldehyde, benzene and other toxins that can make indoor air unhealthy to breathe. Benzene is an irritant that can cause dizziness, headache, nausea, and blurred vision, among other side effects. Formaldehyde, which is often found in homes thanks to its widespread use in a range of products, can cause watery eyes, nausea and wheezing. Watch what you are lighting up. Many homeowners know that smoking indoors drastically reduces indoor air quality, putting even nonsmokers at heightened risk of developing various respiratory ailments. Homeowners concerned about the indoor air quality in their homes should ban smoking inside, no matter how low temperatures dip outside. In addition, homeowners with wood-burning stoves and fireplaces should be especially diligent maintaining these features,

as they can release harmful soot and smoke if they are not taken care of. Some people may also be allergic to incense and scented candles, so keep a watchful eye on residents and guests whenever you light candles or sticks of incense. If any symptoms of allergies appear, avoid lighting any more candles or incense, waiting until you can open the windows if you want to light any again. Purchase an air purifier. Air purifiers are beneficial year-round, helping to remove allergens and particles from a home. High-efficiency particulate air filters, known as HEPA filters, are extremely effective at removing airborne particulates from the air inside your home. Pay attention to pets. Like their owners, pets tend to spend more time indoors during the winter. That means more fur and pet dander, the skin flakes in an animal’s fur or hair that can trigger allergic reactions, is likely in your home during the winter than in the summer. To combat this, bathe your pets regularly in the winter, making sure to wash the animal’s bedding in hot water on a weekly basis as well. Open the windows when possible. Winter does not typically provide many opportunities to open the windows, but you might get a few chances to let some fresh air in through the windows during winter. Make the most of these opportunities, and when possible crack the windows when you’re cleaning so dust and other particles that kick up have a path outside of your home. Clean interior air should be a yearround priority, but homeowners may have to go the extra mile to keep their homes’ interior air clean when winter arrives.

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Park Hills / $139,900

Adorable “farm house style” home sitting on a 1/2 acre more or less. Stepping in you will be in awe of the charm & character accented with shiplap, french doors, engineered hardwood & more. The living room and adjoining dining room make the perfect place to entertain family & friends.


Park Hills / $150,000

Immaculate 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo! From the covered front porch you will enter a large foyer and step into a beautiful open floor plan. The spacious living room has a gas fireplace to warm you on cool evenings. The spacious kitchen has lots of cabinets & counter tops, all appliances included.


Ironton / $119,000

Beautiful rehabbed 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in great location. This lovely home has an open floor plan, large master bedroom with spacious master bath and a 7 x 7 walk in closet. The home is all electric, new electric central heat & air conditioning.

18061273 Bonne Terre / $309,900

Farmington / $459,000

Custom built/vinyl brick home on 3.38 acres with high efficiency Anderson windows, geothermal HVAC & cellulose insulation. Stunning kitchen entices any cook,custom cabinets/ back splash, quartz counter tops, beverage cooler, wine rack, 50 yr old butcher block, pull outs for beverages, spices & more.


Terre du Lac / $349,900

GORGEOUS lakefront home on beautiful Lake Carmel! You will be in awe as you walk into the light, open, and airy 26x20 great room which boasts an amazing stone fireplace. The main level contains a large master suite, second bedroom, second bath, and laundry.

18062210 Bonne Terre / $372,900

Beautiful two story home with detached garage and full basement. Entering the home the awesome 2 story entry (15x11) will take your breathe away along with the beautiful staircase. The main floor has a spacious kitchen with center island, pantry, separate dining room, den, hearth room with wood burning fireplace large recreational room and main floor laundry.


Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with attached garages & detached 30 x 35 garage sitting on 4.62 acres close to town. This beautiful home has 4,000+ square ft of living space, an open floor plan, large living room with hardwood floors which adjoins the kitchen with stunning granite counter tops & lots of cabinets.

Desloge / $49,500

Great opportunity to own a commercial building on corner lot in high traffic area!! This commercial property is all electric, has a bathroom that includes a shower and the parking area was recently paved. Don’t wait, CALL TODAY!!! Business is not for sale, just the building.

18003833 Desloge / $59,900

Charming 2 bedroom home on large corner lot . From the large covered front porch to the spacious living room you will enjoy time with family and friends in this great home. The home is all electric and has a newer roof and water heater.

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Park Hills - $63,000

Farmington - $144,900

Farmington - $149,900

Quiet and serene location in Park Hills. 3 bedroom home with lovely wood floors, large kitchen, attached garage and covered front porch. Take a look at this well cared for home today while you still can!!

Nice condo has living room, dining/kitchen combo with vaulted ceilings and gas fireplace. All-seasons room could be third bedroom. Master bedroom has large walk-in closet and bath with separate shower and tub.

Modern renovated kitchen with all new stainless appliances, baths, flooring and a totally new deck from the dining/kitchen/living room area. Corner lot with large back yard! Look while you can!!




Fredericktown - $175,900

Park Hills - $249,900

Farmington - $159,900

Nice duplex apartments with full basements! Large bedrooms with open kitchen, dining and living room. Renting for $600 a month. Large deck off the kitchen for summer grilling or enjoying your coffee in the morning.

Rustic home in the woods! The custom kitchen has tons of cabinets with granite counters, convection oven range. Barn with 220 electric, lean-to, and greenhouse. The pole barn is started and some materials to complete are included!

Corner lot, close to everything! Large living room with bay windows and fireplace, family room just off remodeled kitchen. Mostly new windows, new roof and gutters in the last 3 years.




Leadwood - $120,000

Farmington - $64,900

Bonne Terre - $299,000

Large home with 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms large living/dining room combo. Big kitchen with lots of cabinets and most appliances stay. Nice big back yard with some fencing and beautiful landscaping.

Only a few blocks to downtown Farmington! Well maintained and move in ready with all kitchen appliances and washer and dryer included. Sun porch could be converted into additional living area.

Brick and vinyl home has a stacked rock fireplace in the great room, granite counter tops, OPEN FLOOR PLAN with vaulted and coffered ceilings. New aluminum dock is 24 ft long with 3 levels of nonskid decking!


Select a durable material Siding comes in all types of materials — from wood to plastic to fiber cement — but vinyl is among the most popular due to cost and availability. Research how well particular brands of siding stand up to conditions and which are the least likely to crack, warp or discolor. Find this information from online reviews or through consumer advocacy groups. Also remember, vinyl and other synthetic materials have improved and can now mimic the look of

many other materials for a fraction of the cost. Calculate how much you need Before you price out siding with contractors, estimate how much you will need for your house. Consumer Reports suggests multiplying the height times the width of each rectangular section of your house in feet, going by what you can measure from the ground, to determine their areas. Multiply the approximate height and width of gables and other triangular surfaces and divide each total by two. Then add all the totals. To allow for waste, don’t subtract for doors, windows or other areas that won’t be covered. Finally, divide the total square footage by 100 to estimate how many squares of siding you will need. A square represents 100 square feet. Knowing how much you need can save you money. Vinyl siding can completely transform the look of a home and make it more energy efficient. Consumers who do their homework will get the best value for their investments.

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Choose a qualified contractor It is important for consumers to do their research when it comes to siding materials and contractors. A contractor who takes shortcuts or improperly installs the siding may void a manufacturer’s warranty. Always ask family members and friends for recommendations before choosing a contractor, and check out each prospective contractor’s work for yourself. Interview more than one contractor and compare both their costs and what they offer. Ask plenty of questions of the contractors, and avoid those who try hard-sell methods. Questionable contractors may try strategies like a promise of a considerable discount if you “act now” or scare tactics that your home is unsafe in its present condition. Be sure the contractor carries general liability insurance as well as workers’ compensation insurance for their subcontractors. Ask for a license number as well and verify its accuracy.

Finding a qualified contractor is an important component to any siding project.

ew home improvements can transform a home more than the installation of new siding. Replacing siding can be a costly venture, but the right siding will maintain its appeal for years to come. Updated siding can improve home’s energy value by enabling owners to save on heating and cooling costs. A new design and color also can improve a home’s property value and set it apart from neighboring properties. According to the Professional Builder’s Home Exteriors Survey, exterior design and materials used are a top priority for new home buyers. Project costs depend on the size of the home as well as which siding material homeowners choose. Considering new siding is a major renovation, it pays to get the job done right.

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Inexpensive ways to boost a home’s curb appeal impressive, while a new coat of paint can make a home feel warmer and more vibrant. Plant flowers. Another inexpensive way to make a home more appealing is to plant some colorful flowers around the property. Line walkways with flowers native to your region, as such plants will last longer than exotic alternatives that may not be capable of adapting to the local climate. In addition to lining walkways, hang window boxes filled with colorful flowers or plants outside naked windows. Doing so can make windows seem larger and add some color to your home’s exterior. Another creative way to make use of colorful flowers is to place a few planters at the foot of your driveway and painting the numbers of your address on the planters. This can be both effortless and inexpensive, but it can instantly make a home more inviting to prospective buyers. Spotlight certain parts of your property. Many homeowners focus on improving the curb appeal of their property during the daytime hours, but you can take steps to make a home more appealing at night as well. Solar spotlights placed around trees and other attractive features in your yard can shed light on those areas of your property you’re most proud of, even after the sun has gone down. Solar spotlights won’t add to your energy bill, as they are powered by the sun, and they can make certain accents on your property stand out at night. Improving curb appeal may sound like a significant undertaking, but there are many ways budgetconscious homeowners can make their home’s exterior more appealing without going broke.

Maintaining plant life on a property won’t cost homeowners a lot of money, but such an effort can add substantial curb appeal to a home.


urb appeal can go a long way toward making a home more attractive to its inhabitants as well as prospective buyers once the house is put on the market. Improving curb appeal is a goal for many homeowners, and while many projects aimed at making homes more aesthetically appealing can be costly, there are ways for cost-conscious homeowners to improve their properties without breaking the bank. Put your green thumb to use. A well-maintained landscape can dramatically improve a home’s curb appeal. Pay attention to the plants, shrubs and trees throughout your property, watering them during periods of little rainfall and trimming them when necessary so your lawn does not look like an overgrown, neglected suburban jungle. Professional landscaping services can help you maintain your property, but even if your budget does not allow

for such an expense, you can still make sure your landscape adds to your home’s appeal by keeping a watchful eye on the property and addressing any issues that arise. Maintain your lawn through the colder months of the year as well, making sure no one walks on the grass when frost has settled, as doing so can produce dead spots throughout the lawn. Redo your front door. While their eyes may initially be drawn to a well-manicured lawn, prospective buyers will eventually find their way to the front door. If your door is especially old, consider replacing it. If your budget does not allow for such an expense, you can still give your home’s front entrance an entirely new look by installing some inexpensive molding around the door before giving the door a fresh coat of paint. Molding around the front door can make an entrance more



Park Hills • $13,000

Farmington • $95,000

Farmington • $175,000

Beautiful wooded lot in great country subdivision. 5 acres m/l - semi-private.

Seven Acres and 3 bedroom/2 bath modular home. Wooded acreage, wet weather creek and loads of wildlife! Convenient access to Hwy 67.

Enormous Charm in this Spacious Home! Mature trees, beautiful neighborhood and close to shopping, schools and churches. Convenient.

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Farmington • $475,000

Farmington • $279,900

Park Hills • $59,900

Commercial building with LOTS of possibilities! Located close to downtown Farmington this 7500+ square foot building has frontage on Harrison and First Street with offices and bathroom on both sides.

Home in the country just a hop, skip and jump from town! Fabulous location. Two story home with deck, 2 car garage, and partially finished basement.

3 Bedroom home on corner lot. Fantastic buy! Covered front porch, large yard and conveniently located. Call for a tour!





Farmington • $104,900

Farmington • $850,000

Bonne Terre • $40,000

Attention Investors and Business Owners: If Square Footage and Location is what you are after for your Business, this building is for you. Main floor is 7500 Sq. Ft., and room for expansion.

This big, beautiful building has two store fronts on busy Karsch Blvd. Great location. Also includes a smaller commercial building in the same lot.

Great Investment Opportunity! Storage facility with two buildings including 22 units in Bonne Terre. Call right away for more information.



Farmington • $179,000


Park Hills • $92,900

Awesome wooded tract in Farmington School District. 38 Acres. Great hunting property. Fantastic building site!

Farmington • $39,900

Fantastic Investment property - 3 studio apartments, three 1 bedroom apartments, one 2 bedroom apt and 1 retail shop that could also be rented as an office.

Mary Hagan, GRI 573-701-1690 E-mail me at:


Bonne Terre • $180,600

Bonne Terre • $2,062,200

5.16 Unimproved Acres in TIF District of Bonne Terre. Wonderful opportunity in Prime Commercial property in industrial area.

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10 Acres just outside Farmington in Beautiful St Francois Hills Subdivision. Convenient to town. Property is in Flood Zone and would require flood insurance. Great for commercial use.

84 Acres m/l of Prime Commercial Real Estate. Lots of Hwy 67 frontage with superb access from Old Orchard Road. Will divide. TIF district. AT&T Fiber Park designation as well as the Ameren Elite Industrial Park certification.

Mary Gilliam GRI, ABR 573-760-6480 E-mail me at:


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Realtor® Sales Associate Cell: 314-223-0488

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ATTENTION HUNTERS PICK YOUR AGENT 46.5 ACRES 20.65 ACRES Matt Stacy #18081876 • MADISON 9236 • FREDERICKTOWN #18086944 • 1125 MADISON 92113 • MARQUAND $49,900

If you’re looking for an agent that’s a local landowner with in depth knowledge of available land management programs, Matt’s your guy! He knows how to maximize the potential of natural resources to benefit the land and landowner.


Secluded 46+/- wooded acres. This property lays well with rolling terrain and has a fresh survey in progress. A recent timber harvest has left a good trail system and a large log landing that will make a great food plot. If your looking for that great recreational tract that doesn’t require a bunch of equipment to develop, this one needs a little seed, hunting blinds and you’ll be in business!

This parcel is located on a short ridge that offers 5 or so acres that could easily be cleared & would make a great home spot. The area has great hunting and adding a food plot or two could easily be done here. Either way, it offers great privacy at the end of a private road, only 1/4 mile from pavement! Thousands of acres of National Forrest are also just across the highway!


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Luke Wagganer Luke is newer to the real estate industry but very knowledgeable, nonetheless. His ambition and flexible schedule makes selling your property or searching for your next property easy. If you want your real estate transaction to be your agent’s priority, call Luke!

Gabe Swinford $449,900

489 +/- acres of rugged & secluded recreational land. Ridges & hollows full of mature timber, wet weather creeks and unique geological features accessed by a mile long deeded easement set the stage for an adventurous getaway. Miles of ATV trails and signs of abundant wildlife show the promise of a true hunting haven with a little work.




162 acres of mixed hardwood timber located on a dead end private lane minutes from town. Good building sites for cabin or home, electric available with great hunting out your back door. Access trails along the ridge top lead to oak flats, fingers & draws that are littered with deer sign and make a perfect combination of bedding and hunting areas.

With 17+ years working in real estate, Gabe is skilled in all aspects of real estate transactions, big and small. He has a knack for listing and selling large land tracts and farms, and works diligently to achieve the goals of his clients.

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