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How to Turn $2M into $3M

In May 2013, a nondescript, very dated brick house at 544 Marine sold for $2.250M.

But it turns out that the buyers did not want the house at all. It was the double-size-plus lot (5885 sq. ft.) that they were after.

Split that lot, and you've got two Sand Section lots at $1.125M each. That's what happened.…

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