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Why not start out 2006 with an economically-minded resolution? Why not resolve right here and now to become a more sophisticated shopper? Why not resolve to keep more than a few extra bucks in your pocket? You can do it and the Consumer Corner can help in the next 52 weeks. So, read, shop around and compare. Oh, yeah, good luck, too. ***** If they first thing to do on your to-do list for 2006 is to find a new place to live, you might want to check out the new RE/MAX office right in the heart of Park Slope. Successful Brooklyn attorney Hugo Salazar’s new office at 261 4th Avenue serves Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Red Hook, Sunset Park, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn Heights and Carroll Gardens. “RE/MAX professionals are known for being independent and leaders,” Salazar said. “I am going to have an office where this entrepreneurial spirit is cultivated and thrives. I am looking forward to the challenges and opportunities that working in this market and with these professionals will offer.” Give Salazar a call at 718-532-2000.

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