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Parks & Recreation in Downtown Long Beach : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Nov 4, 2007
Bill S. answered:

when I first saw the stadium this year, and watching my daughter wreck her boat in the 1st turn and go into the water, I knew everything I read about it's history through racing magazines in my youth was true. She came ashore on the stretcher, sat up and walked over to me and the crowd went wild....

The stadium was designed and built for racing. As we toured the streets after the races on the way to our hotel, I placed in my goal list, that someday, should we decide to buy waterfront property, I would do Longbeach in a Chicago nano second! I had not really looked hard at pricing, but, I'm betting, that through my experiences as a contractor in California, it would be comparable to Coronado, the 3mm ranfge on the water, less in the stdium proper....
And you are right about this particular person. I read somewhere that the only person a realtor could flat out tell they would not work for is a lawyer...I have a saying that if people like that were machines, they would have two moving interchangable parts....A bottom side and a mouth! LOL With this guy, I can see why!

Thanks for the great responses from everybody!
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