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Argus

A computer program widely used among real estate investors to analyze portfolio performance and purchase opportunities.It is becoming increasingly important for graduates of business schools to have working knowledge of the Argus software if they want to secure employment with large institutional owners and managers of real estate.(For more information go to Realm Web site at www.realm.com.)