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I would sure like to clean it up however.

Any ideas . . ?

Thanks . . . Rick

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  <div class="desc">Arguably the most eclectic collection of home styles and lifestyles. Set behind 24/7 guarded gates, Coto de Caza offers two excellent golf courses with many fairway home site communities and ultimate equestrian estates. The village is just as the namesake describes - a village, set among oak trees covered rolling hills with trails for equestrian, hiking, mountain bike riding or just strolling along with friends. There is no Mello Roos taxes in the Village! The sports park holds many activities throughout the year complete with baseball diamonds, sand pit volleyball courts and much more. Don't miss The Coto de Caza 4th of July Parade, it's a stunner every year.</div>
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     <div class="desc">Understanding the macro and micro charts. Find the square feet of your home or the home you wish to purchase along the bottom of the macro or micro chart. (The micro offers better precision). Look straight up vertically until you intersect with either of the two curved lines, green for sold price and rust for available price. Look to the left or right of the chart for the dollar scales. This will indicate an approximate value (starting point) of the home based on house square feet, comparable sold properties and for-sale available home dollars, two of the most critical factors in evaluation and pricing. Remember, every home is unique! This data is based on specific cities or communities. If you would like to have a chart like this for your property or the property youíre purchasing, simply send us an eMail with your street address, city, zip code and the square feet of the home. We'll plot it on a chart and eMail it to you; only it will be larger than this chart. 
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