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Don Perroth 239-560-6781
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Oct. saw a meager gain in the number of homes under contract but not yet sold despite a limited number of listings and a steady increase in prices.
The economy grew more rapidly than initially thought in the third quarter as stronger consumer spending juiced activity and offset weaker business investment.
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