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November 02, 1990 - Image 119

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-02

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REAL ESTATE
UPDATE

Ray A. Fox, Licensed Realtor
LOCATION FROM BUYER'S VIEW

grandfather is Leo Santini.
Matthew Joseph is named in
loving memory of his paternal
grandfather, Paul Mather
Conway, and his maternal
great-grandfather, Joseph
Shapiro.

SEPT. 10 — Dan and Shari
(Lerner) Stochel of Brooklyn,
N.Y., proudly announce the
birth of their son, Avroham
Shlomo (Adam Jeffrey).
Grandparents are Marty and
Shirley Lerner of Southfield,
Toby Lerner of Atlanta, Ga.,
and Nat and Brenda Stochel
of Edison, N.J. Great-grand-
parents are Irene Schreiman
of Southfield and Karl and
Hanna Slamowitz of North
Miami Beach, Fla. Avi is
named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grand-
fathers, Abraham Lerner and
Sol Schreiman.



SEPT. 7 — Dr. Scott Cantor
and Cathy (Vingerelli) Cantor
of Southfield are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
David Samuel, brother to
Jared David, Mallory Jill and
Amanda Leigh. Proud grand-
parents are Harvey and
Rhoda Cantor of West Bloom-
field and Margaret Vingerelli
of Southfield. Proud great-
grandparents are Eugene and
Billie Walters of Southfield.
David is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-
uncle, David Cantor, and his
paternal great-great-uncle,
Samuel Turbow.

SEPT 1 — Mark and Susan
(Kushner) Pollack of High-
land Park, Ill., are thrilled to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Alison Nicole,
sister to Jennifer Lauren.
Proud grandparents are Iry
and Muriel Kushner of West
Bloomfield and Frank and
Barbara Pollack of Highland
Park, Ill. Alison Nicole's
Hebrew name is in loving
memory of her maternal
great-grandmother, Masha
Kushner, and her paternal
great-aunt, Renee Manelis.

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AUG. 22 — Daniel and Cindy
Kanter of Detroit announce
the birth of their daughter,
Hannah Maud. Grandparents
are Barbara and Marvin
Frenkel of Huntington
Woods, and Harriet and
Austin Kanter of West Bloom-
field. Great-grandparents are
Alice Egrin of West Bloom-
field and Joseph Frenkel of
Southfield. Hannah's Hebrew
name is Miryam Ahava in
loving memory of Wally
Straus and Albert Egrin.

AUG. 14 — Stuart and
Valerie (Roskind) Sandweiss
of Southfield are proud to an-
nounce the birth of their

QUESTION: How impor-
tant is it to a buyer when con-
sidering a house that is priced
much higher or lower than
others in the same location?

ANSWER: The classic ad-
vice is to buy a modest house
on a more expensive street.
Such a house is easy to re-sell,
and its value will hold up well.
Remodeling or adding to it is
possible because alterations
won't push it out of the price
range.
On the other hand, the most
luxurious house in a rundown
area probably won't ever repay
the owner for the money in-
vested. No matter how elegant
it may be, it will be hard to re-
sell. Buy with location in mind.
Eventually, you'll be a seller.

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Let your PRESENCE be known

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WILD WONDERFUL WINTER
HOLIDAY 1990

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LOCATION will cause a
great difference in the price
of identical homes. Where it
is, is as important as what it
is.

Please phone
Ray A. Fox
or drop in at

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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