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Company template and mail merge
Submission details
Candidate’s name
Phone no.
Assessor’s name
Phone no.
Assessment site
Assessment date/s
Time/s
The Assessment Task is due on the date specified by your assessor. Any variations to this
arrangement must be approved in writing by your assessor.
Submit this document with any required evidence attached. See specifications below for
details.
Performance objective
You are to demonstrate your understanding of complex software functions, and set up a new
‘normal’ template and use that template to create a mail merge form letter.
Assessment description
Max Lionel is very happy with the way his desktop publishing processes have been going, but
he’s realised he can save even more time by creating a new ‘Normal’ Word template for all
the computers in the company office. That way, his staff won’t have to set up styles palettes
in every document they create – they’ll default to the required settings.
Max wants this new template set up right away so he can test its efficiency on some
upcoming documents, including a scheduled tenant mail-out.
Max Lionel Realty must notify all tenants of upcoming maintenance required due to recent
government legislation updating health and safety standards surrounding the provision of
water heaters. Complying with this new legislation will be a massive undertaking, so Max has
decided to do ten houses per week (two per day). He thinks it will be most efficient if
organised by suburb, grouping nearby houses together.
You will assist Max Lionel Realty by creating their customised ‘Normal’ Word template, and
then use it to create a mail merge, and output the first batch of letters.
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Procedure
There are three parts to this Assessment Task. You will need to complete each one as part of
this Assessment Task.
1. Create the template.
2. Paste or type the letter into the template and apply required styles.
3. Complete a mail merge list using this letter.
Template
This task is to create a new default template for the Max Lionel Realty office. These are
common elements that have been pre-set and can be used or switched off at user discretion.
Final document submitted should contain all of the below, but be a blank page (as when
opening a new document in Word).
1. Create a customised ‘Normal’ template using Word.
2. The template must incorporate the following Max Lionel Realty requirements:
a. Page dimensions to allow space for letterhead, and measure
5.5 cm from the top, and 2.54 cm on all other sides.
b. Footers to sit 1.5 cm from edge of page.
c. Styles to be formatted to Max Lionel Realty Style Guide (Heading 1, 2 and
Normal, etc.) and all unnecessary styles to be removed.
d. Create a new style for bullet lists with the following formatting:
i.
the symbol displayed is the (➢) symbol
ii. line spacing matches that of the updated ‘Normal’ style
iii. left indented 1 cm
iv. name style ‘Bullet List’
e. Macro is to be recorded and saved of the insertion of a watermark:
i.
custom text watermark
ii. text to read ‘PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL’
iii. watermark to be semi-transparent
iv. font to correlate with heading style required by Max Lionel Style Guide.
f. When finished, save as ‘MLRNormal.dot’ (or .dotx)
Letter
1. Open a new document using your saved template file.
2. Copy and paste letter content from the file supplied by your assessor into your new
template document. Alternatively, you can type the letter into your template.
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3. Apply required styles to the text.
Mail merge
1. Using the tenant information spreadsheet provided by your assessor, you are to run a
mail merge.
2. You will first need to sort the spreadsheet to be ordered by ‘maintenance date’.
3. In the letter, the following common fields are required:
a. tenant name/s
b. property address
c. date of maintenance
d. time of maintenance
e. property manager’s phone number
f. property manager’s name.
4. Output the first week’s ten letters.
Specifications
You must provide:
● your .dot or .dotx template file
● the electronic copies of all mail merge letters (.doc or .docx)
● a document submitted in the format (CD-ROM, USB, email, etc.) required by your
assessor.
Your assessor will be looking for:
● styles that conform to the Max Lionel Realty Style Guide requirements
● all required elements included in the template
● all required fields included in the mail merge.
Adjustment for distance-based learners:
● no variation of the task is required
● a follow-up interview may be required (at the discretion of the assessor).
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Letter
Dear ,
Re:
As part of our ongoing service to our landlords and tenants, the above named property is
due for maintenance.
Due to recent legislation around the provision of water heaters, property owners must:
● ensure that all water heating equipment is in safe, working order
● ensure that all water heating equipment complies with the new industry health and
safety standards set by the legislation
● ensure that all maintenance and replacement of units is completed by 31 December
2010.
In order to comply with the new legislation, the landlord requires access to the above named
property on at .
If this is inconvenient, please do not hesitate to contact me directly on to
arrange a mutually agreeable time.
Yours sincerely,
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Rental Property Manager
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Quarterly residential sales report
Submission details
Candidate’s Name
Phone No.
Assessor’s Name
Phone No.
Assessment Site
Assessment Date/s
Time/s
The Assessment Task is due on the date specified by your assessor. Any variations to this
arrangement must be approved in writing by your assessor.
Submit this document with any required evidence attached. See specifications below for
details.
Performance objective
You are to demonstrate your understanding of the desktop publishing process and apply
organisational and task requirements, along with design principles and elements, to design
and lay out a large report document. This document will incorporate many design elements
and complex software functions.
Assessment description
Peter Williams, Residential Sales Manager, in conjunction with Accounts Manager Catherine
O’Connell is about to produce the latest quarterly residential sales report for Max Lionel
Realty. All of the information has been gathered, and all they need to do now is to design
and lay out the document.
Max Lionel has decided that from now on, the quarterly report will not just be used as a
financial record, but also as a promotional document to entice prospective sellers to use the
services of the company. As such, the previous internal document design is no longer
appropriate. The new design will be a sizable and complex report incorporating a large
amount of text and various visual elements. The report will be printed in full colour by a
commercial printer.
Max wants the report to include information on all sales made in this quarter, and to include
for each sale a brief profile that includes a photograph of the property, property address, the
expected sale price, the actual sale price and the mode of sale.
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The sales data from the current quarter will need to be compared to the previous quarter, as
well as to the same quarter in previous years. These will need to be represented in chart
form.
You will assist Max Lionel Realty in the design and layout of their latest quarterly report.
Procedure
There are two parts to this task. You will need to complete each one as part of this
Assessment Task.
1. cover
2. internal pages.
Each design must conform to the Max Lionel Realty Style Guide, and incorporate the design
elements listed below. Your facilitator will provide you with the Max Lionel Realty logo file,
the sales data file, and the placeholder text file.
Cover
The cover should include the following:
1. Custom-sized ‘Booklet’, 13 cm x 19.8 cm .pub file.
2. A front and back cover must be included (in the same file).
3. Master pages must be used.
4. The cover design must be simple, and colourful.
5. The following Max Lionel Realty elements must be included in the cover design:
a. logo
b. slogan
c. colour palette
d. company contact details
e. title of document:
Quarterly Residential Sales Report:
October–December 2010.
Internal pages
The internal pages should include the following:
1. Custom-sized ‘Booklet’, 13 cm x 19.8 cm .pub file.
2. The Max Lionel Realty Corporate Publications Style Guide, especially the colour
palette, must be adhered to throughout.
3. Master pages must be used.
4. A title page should be included.
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5. You will need to consider how the design of the text, images and chart data elements
will be arranged throughout the internal pages as well as how the master page layout
designs look.
Some design questions you should consider include:
a. Will you include all the text in one section and all the property profiles in
another?
b. Or, will you disperse the property profiles throughout the document in breakout panels?
c. Will you include the charted elements alongside the relevant text, or put the
charts together in a separate section?
6. The following design elements should be included:
a. body text
b. headers and footers
c. styles
d. chart/s for sales data
e. StyleRef fields for any section headings, and to be placed in headers or footers
f. photographs of properties
g. bulleted lists
h. Max Lionel Realty logo where appropriate.
7. The following Max Lionel Realty elements must be included in the headers and
footers:
a. company name (with copyright symbol)
b. company slogan
c. title of document
d. publication date
e. page numbers
f. section headings if required
g. odd and even pages.
8. The following sales data elements must be included in each property’s profile:
a. external photograph
b. property address
c. expected sale price
d. actual sale price
e. mode of sale – auction, private sale, etc.
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9. The following sales data comparisons should be included in the chart/s:
a. current quarter
b. previous quarter
c. same quarter one year previous
d. same quarter five years previous.
Specifications
You must provide:
● hard copies of thumbnail design sketch drafts for the cover, the internal pages designs
(odd, even, and overall content flow)
● two separate .pub files:
○ cover
○ internal pages
● your documents submitted in the format (CD-ROM, USB, email, etc.) required by your
assessor
● colour printout of the cover with printer’s marks and bleed
● black and white printouts of the internal pages with printer’s marks and bleed.
Your assessor will be looking for:
● designs to have conformed to the Max Lionel Realty Style Guide requirements
● uniform design
● all required design elements have been included
● master pages have been used.
Adjustment for distance-based learners:
● no variation of the task is required
● a follow-up interview may be required (at the discretion of the assessor).
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Business stationery
Submission details
Candidate’s name
Phone no.
Assessor’s name
Phone no.
Assessment site
Assessment date/s
Time/s
The Assessment Task is due on the date specified by your assessor. Any variations to this
arrangement must be approved in writing by your assessor.
Submit this document with any required evidence attached. See specifications below for
details.
Performance objective
You are to demonstrate your understanding of the desktop publishing process and apply
organisational and task requirements, along with design principles and elements, to design
and lay out a suite of business stationery. This will include designing matching business card,
letterhead ‘with compliments’ slip and ‘congratulations’ card.
You will also need to create alternate designs in draft form and undertake a consultation
process to select the final design.
Assessment description
For every house sold by the company, Max Lionel Realty provides a welcoming gift basket to
the purchaser. To accompany this gift basket, is a ‘with compliments’ slip, and a greeting
card congratulating the new homeowner. As his business grows, he is selling more houses,
and it would save the company time and money to have these pre-printed. Max Lionel would
also like to develop a customised company greeting card to look more professional.
Max Lionel Realty has had letterhead and business cards printed in the past, but the two
designs did not match. Max Lionel sees this as an opportunity to consolidate the company
stationery design. He doesn’t think either the previous letterhead or business card designs
are transferrable to other formats, and has decided that a new design is the most
appropriate course of action.
You will assist Max Lionel Realty in the design and layout of their new suite of business
stationery.
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Procedure
There are two parts to this task. You will need to complete each one as part of this
Assessment Task.
1. Thumbnail sketches and consultation notes.
2. Suite of business stationery including:
a. letterhead
b. ‘with compliments’ slip
c. greeting card
d. business card.
Each design must conform to the Max Lionel Realty Style Guide, and incorporate the design
elements listed below. Your facilitator will provide you with the Max Lionel Realty logo file.
Thumbnail sketches and consultation notes
You will be required to draft thumbnail sketches of three different designs for your business
card.
You will then need to show these thumbnail sketches to your facilitator or group members,
and consult with them on which design is more effective.
You will need to submit your thumbnail sketches and notes on your consultation process, the
design you have chosen as a result and the reasons for this choice.
Business Stationery
Letterhead
The letterhead should include the following:
1. A4 .pub file.
2. The following Max Lionel Realty elements must be included in the design:
a. logo
b. slogan
c. colour palette
d. company contact details (address and phone number).
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With compliments slip
The with compliments slip should include the following:
1. 21.59 cm x 9.43 cm .pub file – blank with compliments card preset layout.
2. The phrase ‘Please enjoy, with compliments’ prominently displayed.
3. The following Max Lionel Realty elements must be included in the design:
a. logo
b. slogan
c. colour palette
d. company contact details (address and phone number).
Greeting card
The greeting card should include the following:
1. 13.97 cm x 21.59 cm .pub file – blank greeting card preset layout (side fold card).
2. Card cover should include:
a. phrase ‘Congratulations!’
b. images of balloons and/or champagne or other celebratory motifs
c. image/s to be recoloured to match Max Lionel Realty colour palette.
3. Inside right page to display the following message:
a. ‘Congratulations on the purchase of your new home!
Best wishes from the team at Max Lionel Realty’.
4. The following Max Lionel Realty elements must be included in the design:
a. logo
b. slogan
c. colour palette
d. company contact details (address and phone number).
Business card
The business card should include the following:
Note: This document will be used as a template for all staff members, so the personal details
will be left blank.
1. 8.5 cm x 5.5 cm .pub file – blank business card preset layout.
2. Both sides of card to be incorporated in design.
3. Place holders for and to be prominently displayed.
4. The following Max Lionel Realty elements must be included in the design:
a. logo
b. slogan
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c. colour palette
d. company contact details.
Specifications
You must provide:
● copies of the three thumbnail design sketch drafts of your business card
● copies of your consultation notes
● four separate .pub files:
○ letterhead
○ business card
○ ‘with compliments’ slip
○ greeting card.
Your assessor will be looking for:
● designs that conform to the Max Lionel Realty Style Guide requirements
● uniform design
● inclusion of all required design elements.
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The little company with the big roar!
Corporate Publications
Style Guide
Logo
The Max Lionel Realty logo is our brand identity. This logo is to appear on all publications, internal and external, excluding only formal contract
agreements.
The logo has been designed to represent the service we provide to customers. There are two elements to the logo: the lion motif, which ties in with the
company name; and the brand, Max Lionel Realty. The lion represents our commitment to our clients’ needs. We understand the real estate business
can be difficult and taxing for clients. We will fiercely protect their interests, while offering them the ‘royal’ treatment they deserve. While the
informal style of the lion image presents us as an approachable company.
The brand, named after Max Lionel, who started the business, presents the personal touch. The logo’s font ‘Narkisim Regular’ is to be associated with
the logo, and to maximise impact it should not appear elsewhere.
The two elements should always appear together and never separately.
Logo size
Largest promotional logo. Size should never exceed 557×1863 mm.
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Standard sized promotional logo, 351×1175 mm.
Smallest allowable promotional logo. Size should never be less than 142×480 mm.
The logo should never overlap an image, and should always be presented on a white background for maximum affect.
The logo should be presented in colour where possible. If document is not to be printed in colour, the one of the two following pre-formatted greyscaled logos is to be used instead, conforming to the above size requirements.
Grey-scaled:
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Grey-scaled and lightened:
Corporate Slogan: ‘The little company with the big roar!’
The Max Lionel Realty corporate slogan, ‘The little company with the big roar!’ references the ‘lion’ motif in the business name and logo, and
highlights the qualities of our service. It also serves to reinforce that a large-sized company has little to do with sales success.
The corporate slogan should be used at all times, and should sit either near the logo, or prominently at the bottom of the page.
It should generally be presented in Century Gothic, italicised, and with ‘roar’ in bold. See below example:
The little company with the big roar!
Corporate Colour Palette
The corporate colours of teal and orange form an integral component of the Max Lionel Realty corporate identity. These have been chosen for their
visual cues. The dominant colour of teal represents security, sophistication and prosperity. The orange represents warmth and energy.
There are two variations of each colour.
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Teal
Dark: C100
M17
Y2.35 K29
R0
G107 B125
Light: C70
M15
Y0
K0
R89
G161 B207
Dark: C5
M70
Y90
K0
R226
G107 B56
Light: C0
M30
Y70
K0
R249
G180 B98
Orange
The four colour process (CMYK) breakdown should be used for commercial printing. The RGB equivalents are to be used for screen or web based
communication.
Corporate Typefaces
Max Lionel Realty uses two typefaces for promotional and internal material, Century Gothic, and Times New Roman.
Century Gothic
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1234567890
Regular
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1234567890
Bold
Times New Roman
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1234567890
Regular
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1234567890
Bold
Styles
Documents should conform to the styles set out in this guide. There are three main styles of type used by Max Lionel Realty.
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Text style
Formatting
Example
First level headings
Should appear in the sans serif font Century Gothic, bold, font size 16 pt, with 18 pt
before and 18 pt after paragraph spacing. First level headings also include bottom
border. Left aligned.
Heading 1
Second level headings
Should appear in the sans serif font Century Gothic, bold, font size 11 pt, with 12 pt
before and 4 pt after paragraph spacing. Left aligned.
Heading 2
Body text
Should appear in the serif font Times New Roman, size 11, with 6 pt before and
after paragraph spacing. Left aligned.
Body text
Bulleted Lists
Bulleted lists are a dynamic way to present information and break up bulk text. Bulleted lists also present opportunity to ‘break down’ the information
and get straight to the point. At Max Lionel Realty, we preference the use of quick, short bursts of bullet points for every 500 words of bulk text, to
keep the reader interested.
Bulleted lists should be formatted to match the ‘Body text’ style noted above – 11 pt Times New Roman, 6 pt space before and after paragraph
spacing, however, bullet lists should always be indented (left: 1 cm, hanging: 1 cm and aligned: 0.63 cm and indent: 1.27 cm). Ensure the ‘Don’t add
space between paragraphs of the same style’ box is not ticked – the line spacing will not work and the entries will all be squished together, defeating
the purpose of the dynamic list!
Max Lionel Realty documents require the use of the (➢) symbol at all times, rather than the default black dot. No other symbol should be used either.
Bullets should be capitalised and punctuated as though they are full sentences, but there are two ways in which a bulleted list can operate as a
sentence.

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Lists consisting of single items or phrases:

no punctuation necessary after each item

lists introduced with colon and ended with full stop

only proper nouns are capitalised

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Lists consisting of full sentences should be set out as follows.

This style uses initial capitals and full stops for each entry.

Each item is its own sentence; do not use an introductory colon.

If the entry is quite long, you are able to insert punctuation marks as you would if the entry was in paragraph form. If the entry is
so long that it contains multiple sentences, you don’t need to split them into separate bullet entries, as long as the sentences all
match the point the overall bullet entry is making.

This list is an example of the appropriate style.
In most cases, the rules outlined above will be easy to follow, however, in cases where it is not clear, edit each entry so they all conform to the same
style.
An easy way to tell the difference between bullet list styles is to look at the sentence that precedes the list. Do the entries make sense without it? Look
at the whole list – could it be a single sentence with commas instead?
All bulleted lists must conform to one of the above two styles. There should be no semi-colons or other punctuation that is not listed above.
Bullets and numbers can both be used in the same document but the styles should not be mixed in the same list.
Images
Photographs are a key marketing tool in our business. Therefore, it’s important that we present them in the highest quality.
When selecting photographs, it is imperative to select the most attractive photograph to be the featured photo to present the property in its best light.
Priority should be given to photographs that present the front of the property. Should this not be the most appropriate photograph, an image of the
property’s best feature, such as its garden, or an indoor area, should be used. However, approval for such an alternative needs to sought from
management prior to publication.
Preference should be given to daylight photographs, but if not available, photos taken in the evening are only viable with extensive indoor and porch
lighting.
Colour photographs should be given high priority, grey-scaled images should only be used in special cases.
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Layout
Office
contact
information
The layout of the document is extremely important in sharing the information we wish
to convey. Our priority in every instance is to promote the company first, as not all
recipients will be interested in the particular property. The logo should appear
prominently in each publications resting in the top left corner of the document, with
the office contact information resting in the top right corner.
Property Description title – type of property
The property’s feature photo should then take the next priority. See the sample advert
with the elements in the correct positions.
SAMPLE IMAGE
Different types of publications may require variation of this theme, and approval
should be sought from Max Lionel for each instance.
Language
Property location: Address and suburb
Property description paragraph Property description paragraph Property description paragraph
Property description paragraph Property description paragraph Property description paragraph
It is extremely important that the language in external documents is consistent. This
relates to the terminology and the voice used to communicate to our current and
potential clients.
Property description paragraph
Property description paragraph
Property manager, Ph: xxxx xxx xxx
Figure: Placement of elements: logo, contact info, property, and agent
Terminology
Abbreviated terms or acronyms are only to be used in small, paragraph-length adverts in print and on the web, and are to be presented consistently,
and must be clearly punctuated.

Built in Robes – BIRs. Acronym all in capitals, and a lowercase ‘s’.

Lock-up garage – LUG.
Larger, half- to full-page adverts are to be spelt out, and if possible, features and elements of the property are to be separated in a bulleted list.
Bulleted lists are to be clean, evenly aligned, with simple black bullet points – no novelty symbols (see above).
Voice
In promotional materials, voice is extremely important in maintaining our company profile. Max Lionel Realty is a small business, catering to our
clients with a familiar, personal touch. But this doesn’t mean our promotional material should be informal. These materials should be presented in a
professional, formal voice at all times.
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Text should always incorporate Australian spellings – ‘organisation’, ‘recognise’, ‘colour’, ‘harbour’, etc. Language settings should always be set to
‘English – AUS’.
First level headings should always be presented with full capitals, which second level headings should always be presented with sentence-case
capitals.
Company Contact Information
The following Max Lionel Realty office contact information should appear on all external publications and most of those internal.
Max Lionel Realty
Suite 2, 196 Randall St
Preston VIC 3072
Phone: (03) 6954 3000
Fax: (03) 6954 3001
Email: info@maxlionel.com.au
Web: www.maxlionel.com.au
Where appropriate, Max Lionel’s personal details are as follows:
Max Lionel
CEO
Max Lionel Realty
Mobile: 0734 203 201
Email: Max.Lionel@maxlionel.com.au
Contact formatting
Formatting should conform to usual style guide requirements. Links (email and website addresses) should always appear as usual text – no underlines
or italics and no hyperlink colours.
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Current Tenants List
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Street
67
33
789
45
22b
12/445
72
18
3
60
57
1
22
13
1/427
39
14/64
58
20
74
502
8
4
39
15
211
41/27
Miller Street
Alexandra Avenue
Carter Road
Main Street
Chestnut Street
Commercial Road
Hoddle Street
Abbotsford Street
Rooney Court
Kaola Street
Rathdowne Street
Totzetti Court
Darling Street
Darebin Road
Lygon Street
Southill Street
Brownes Road
Johnston Street
St Georges Road
Harrow Street
Wilson Street
Moore Court
Beattie Crescent
Hunters Road
Waldron Ave
Gower Street
Butler Street
Suburb
Preston
Abbotsford
Collingwood
Epping
Northcote
South Preston
Collingwood
Westgarth
Fitzroy
Coburg
Thornbury
Carlton
South Preston
Northcote
Carlton
Preston
Thornbury
Northcote
Brunswick
Fitzroy
Preston
Coburg
Westgarth
Preston
Brunswick
Thornbury
Collingwood
Property
Type
House
House
House
Townhouse
Apartment
Flat
Apartment
Apartment
Townhouse
House
House
Flat
House
House
Apartment
Townhouse
Apartment
Flat
Apartment
Townhouse
House
House
Townhouse
House
House
House
Apartment
# Beds
# Baths
3
2
2
3
1
3
1
2
3
5
4
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4
2
2
3
3
2
1
3
4
3
2
3
2
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1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
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1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
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Parking
2
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
2
2
2
0
2
1
0
1
2
0
1
2
2
2
0
1
0
1
0
LUG BIRs
Floor
Garden
Y/N Y/N
Surface
Y
Y
Y
Carpet
N
Y
Y
Carpet
N
N
N
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N
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Polished
Lease
Commenced
Grace Haines
David Haines
6/22/2008
Peter Hickman
7/19/2009
Priscilla Schwartz Andrea Lewis
8/12/2009
Phong Lil
Michael North
Xin Ling
3/5/2009
Wendy Stuart
1/7/2009
Sarah Tatou
Sydney Kellett
12/17/2006
Tom Casper
Amanda Casper
6/3/2007
John Dean
Brett Ellis
4/23/2009
James Rothfield Maria Teasdale
Ben Dubois
1/15/2008
Nigel Cooper
Melissa O’Brien
Dan Di Donato Elena Charles
2/28/2010
Joanne Evers
Craig Avery
Kip McNeil
Brendan Gorman 2/12/2010
Tina Pullman
5/6/2009
Maggie Stanton Penny Victor
9/9/2009
Reece Swan
Sarah Swan
7/27/2009
Anna Lomen
Kelly Cheetham
6/27/2009
Louise Appleton Gino Patony
Quan Tho
1/27/2010
Jack Morgan
Sadie Morgan
5/31/2010
Jim Percy
Paul Percy
1/3/2010
Owen Smythe
9/8/2009
David D’Angelo Carla D’Angelo
4/10/2010
Zita Nicholson
Andy Nicholson
5/11/2010
Cecelia Barton
Audrey Amber
Kate Kingsley
1/22/2010
Julian Milliken
Geoff Katz
8/29/2009
Minh Chi
Lin Waan
Gracie Jiu
1/27/2010
Benjamin Drew Bella Salera
11/7/2006
Tahir Singh
6/14/2007
Eashan Tendulkar Tajdar Deuskar
Helena Swain
2/23/2008
Tenant 1 Name Tenant 2 Name
Tenant 3
Name
Tenant 4 Name
Inspection
Due
12/22/2010
7/19/2010
8/12/2010
9/5/2010
7/7/2010
12/17/2010
12/3/2010
10/23/2010
7/15/2010
8/28/2010
8/12/2010
11/6/2010
9/9/2010
7/27/2010
12/27/2010
7/27/2010
12/1/2010
7/3/2010
9/8/2010
10/10/2010
11/11/2010
7/22/2010
8/29/2010
7/27/2010
11/7/2010
12/14/2010
8/23/2010
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P/W
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$ 310,00
$ 297,00
$ 207,00
$ 159,00
$ 238,00
$ 326,00
$ 350,00
$ 389,00
$ 332,00
$ 450,00
$ 365,00
$ 298,00
$ 284,00
$ 363,00
$ 256,00
$ 380,00
$ 450,00
$ 446,00
$ 489,00
$ 465,00
$ 310,00
$ 340,00
$ 410,00
$ 389,00
$ 350,00
$ 367,00
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Manager
Susan Hunter
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Susan Hunter
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Susan Hunter
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Susan Hunter
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Susan Hunter
Susan Hunter
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Dominic Lazaro
Susan Hunter
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