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CoStar

A commercial provider of information about commercial real estate in most major markets across the United States and the United Kingdom.The information provided includes the ability to take a virtual drive down a designated street; to see street-level views of all the properties; and to click through to obtain information regarding ownership,management,vacancy rates,tenant information,lease expirations,and asking rents.Other information includes a property listing service,data regarding sales prices of properties,and advertising services for real estate firms.The CoStar Web site is at www.costar.com.

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