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wantboost

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Say if I have to visit upper unit of the DUPLEX should I let the lower unit know I ll be at the property.....
LLinVA

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Not unless you need access through their unit. I wouldn't notify, that would be like telling a person in an adjacent apartment that you are showing the one next door to them. They don't need to know.
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I thought might be awkward that's all . Parking in the driveway and them seeing me there. It's a 2 story detach DUPLEX.....
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