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When they do go on sale, they will sell within a few weeks. Typically, only one or two may go up for sale in a single year. They are in demand but yet the return doesn't appear to be spectacular.

It's possible that for some reason people might be purchasing these properties for the yearly tax writeoff from having a negative CF property, and that is leading to a bubble or a higher price then what a normal investor would pay? Could be one explanation.

Fool on!!
Matt
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