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ASET's Web site says it helps corporate clients deal with security concerns related to "labor disputes, plant closures, executive protection and workplace violence issues." He originally listed the home at .25 million and had it on the market for almost four months before it went under contract.

Seller's agent: Sam Jovanov (French Christianson Patterson) Buyers' agent: Amy Feldhacker (Zeitlin & Co.

Realtors) If the address of this house in the Princeton Hills subdivision looks familiar, you may be recalling it from May's "Headline Homes." Builder Distinctive Design Homes bought it from the folks who purchased a .9 million palace that had been on the market for a long time.

They can no doubt expect a call from party über-fundraiser Ted Welch. It made the cover of interior design magazine Veranda in 2002, a couple of years after healthcare investor David Mc Clellan and his wife commissioned architectural firm Mc Alpine Tankersley and designer Landy Gardner to create it. Grasman (Fridrich & Clark Realty) Buyers' agent: Steve G. Listed at

some years ago, is now CEO of ASET Corp., based in Dayton, Ohio, where he was once a police officer.ASET's Web site says it helps corporate clients deal with security concerns related to "labor disputes, plant closures, executive protection and workplace violence issues." He originally listed the home at $7.25 million and had it on the market for almost four months before it went under contract.Seller's agent: Sam Jovanov (French Christianson Patterson) Buyers' agent: Amy Feldhacker (Zeitlin & Co.Realtors) If the address of this house in the Princeton Hills subdivision looks familiar, you may be recalling it from May's "Headline Homes." Builder Distinctive Design Homes bought it from the folks who purchased a $3.9 million palace that had been on the market for a long time.They can no doubt expect a call from party über-fundraiser Ted Welch. It made the cover of interior design magazine Veranda in 2002, a couple of years after healthcare investor David Mc Clellan and his wife commissioned architectural firm Mc Alpine Tankersley and designer Landy Gardner to create it. Grasman (Fridrich & Clark Realty) Buyers' agent: Steve G. Listed at $1.999 million, it sold after six months on the market.

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some years ago, is now CEO of ASET Corp., based in Dayton, Ohio, where he was once a police officer.

ASET's Web site says it helps corporate clients deal with security concerns related to "labor disputes, plant closures, executive protection and workplace violence issues." He originally listed the home at $7.25 million and had it on the market for almost four months before it went under contract.

Seller's agent: Sam Jovanov (French Christianson Patterson) Buyers' agent: Amy Feldhacker (Zeitlin & Co.

Realtors) If the address of this house in the Princeton Hills subdivision looks familiar, you may be recalling it from May's "Headline Homes." Builder Distinctive Design Homes bought it from the folks who purchased a $3.9 million palace that had been on the market for a long time.

They can no doubt expect a call from party über-fundraiser Ted Welch. It made the cover of interior design magazine Veranda in 2002, a couple of years after healthcare investor David Mc Clellan and his wife commissioned architectural firm Mc Alpine Tankersley and designer Landy Gardner to create it. Grasman (Fridrich & Clark Realty) Buyers' agent: Steve G. Listed at $1.999 million, it sold after six months on the market.

The Mediterranean-style residence features oaken doors and fireplace stone both imported from the English Cotswolds, as well as other materials sourced in Italy, Spain and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. 64 Edinburgh Drive, 37221 Buyer: Little Harpeth LLC (for Richard W. Fridrich (Fridrich & Clark Realty) The 52-acre tract the Carltons have purchased along the Little Harpeth River includes a 7,800-square-foot home, along with plenty of room to build an even grander abode, should they be so inclined. A person named Karla Calderon is vice president for merchandising at the Kirkland's Inc.

One house went for a half-million less than it had cost four years ago.

In another case, a bank sold for $300,000 less than it had paid to buy the property at foreclosure.

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The Mediterranean-style residence features oaken doors and fireplace stone both imported from the English Cotswolds, as well as other materials sourced in Italy, Spain and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. 64 Edinburgh Drive, 37221 Buyer: Little Harpeth LLC (for Richard W. Fridrich (Fridrich & Clark Realty) The 52-acre tract the Carltons have purchased along the Little Harpeth River includes a 7,800-square-foot home, along with plenty of room to build an even grander abode, should they be so inclined. A person named Karla Calderon is vice president for merchandising at the Kirkland's Inc.

One house went for a half-million less than it had cost four years ago.

In another case, a bank sold for 0,000 less than it had paid to buy the property at foreclosure.

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