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Fast-growing Birmingham real estate firm targets new state
The firm named Rachelle McClard as the first Lake Homes real estate broker and agent in Arkansas ... in Arkansas to draw buyer interest from all over the nation, similar to Alabama's Lewis Smith Lake. “We expect at least 100,000 high-quality users ...
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