David Saks: November 2010

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Real Estate Practice : Lesson 890

                                                              #890

A lot 65 feet wide and 150 feet deep sold for $76,700.


What was the price of the lot per front foot ?

Take your time. The solution is below the wildlife photo.

wildlife

A. $1180 per front foot


This is really pretty simple and shouldn't consume too much of your time. And you won't have to stretch your neck out too far on this one either. :-)
Divide $76,700 by 65 feet.
$1180 per front foot.




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