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May 10, 1991 - Image 125

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-10

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Ray A. Fox, Licensed Realtor

A REALISTIC APPROACH

MARCH 14 — Scott and
Debra (Holzman) Silver are
delighted to announce the
birth of their daughter, Sarah
Renee, sister to Randall and
Eric. Proud grandparents are
Dr. Robert and Marilyn Silver
of Bloomfield Hills and Mrs.
Florence Holzman of Milwau-
kee, Wis. Sarah Renee is nam-
ed in memory of her „maternal
great-grandmother, Tillie
Holzman, and paternal great-
great grandmother, Ruth
Brooke.

MARCH 14 — Dawn (Files)
and Steven Copley of Novi,
formerly of Southfield, are ex-
cited to announce the birth of
their daughter, Rachel Renee.
Proud grandparents are Nor-
ma and Bruce Copley of Far-
mington Hills, Fern Files of
Lupton, Mich., and Tom Files
of Livonia. Her delighted
great-grandparents are Sally
Lieberman of Farmington
Hills and George Kearis of
West Branch, Mich. Rachel is
also the great-granddaughter
of the late Marie Wiens,
Marie Kearis, Rosalyn Zeldes,
and Alexander Lieberman.

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INSURANCE PROVIDER

QUESTION: Does it make
sense to buy real estate dur-
ing inflation?
ANSWER: During infla-
tion (and we're in it),
there's an excellent case for
investing in real estate.
Most of the investment is
paid for with borrowed
money. Whenever you can
borrow money at a fixed
rate during inflation, you
are money ahead. Here is
your chance to turn infla-
tion to your advantage.
Your mortgage gives you
full-price dollars to work
with today. You then pay
them back with "cheaper"
dollars you will be earning
for the next 20 or 30 years.
This is one of the reasons
many wealthy individuals
continue to make big real
estate investments.

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Alidivar"

DEBORAH KOVSKY of
West Bloomfield has been
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mmi HERE'S TO . . . Im•••

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INVESTING IN REAL
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way to turn inflation to
your advantage.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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