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Aug.August 31, 2018 01:15 PM

The Real Deal’s biggest issue of the year will be live tomorrow, Sept. 1, and digital subscribers to TRD will get the first look at what’s inside.

Subscribers will get early access to September’s magazine articles including:

  • A deep dive into Compass, which just launched its commercial division
  • A behind-the-scenes look at the AG’s Real Estate Finance Bureau master plan
  • Most major real estate is owned by LLCs. Does it matter?

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