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 n.— «Wilson & Co., like other local real estate firms, hosts broker open houses, a practice also called caravanning. One firm organizes a collective open house in the same area and allows agents who represent buyers or sellers to preview new or existing properties.» —“Opening up your doors may not close the deal” by Tonya Strickland SanLuisObispo.com (California) May 18, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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