Size matters in home appeal

Size matters in home appeal

There are 1 comment on the Commercial Appeal story from Dec 6, 2007, titled Size matters in home appeal. In it, Commercial Appeal reports that:

“First- and second-time home buyers can't afford 2,000 square feet.”

Size matters in home appeal County compromise will allow foreclosed subdivision possibility of recovery By Wayne Risher Thursday, December 6, 2007 DeSoto County supervisors OK'd downsizing homes in a foundering ... via Commercial Appeal

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Nesbit Homeowner

Collierville, TN

#1 Jan 31, 2008
Why incorporate these rules if they are meaningless? Why is our elected government protecting the bank instead of the people that live here? These decisions open Desoto to crime and slum! Our standards should be going up, NOT downsizing!

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