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hair on it
 v. phr.— «This is the one sector where cap rates seem to be all over the place, in terms of—if it’s leased through, it’s no expression near-term, you have a great price, and if this there’s any hair on it, heavily discount it.» —“Prentiss Properties at Deutsche Bank Securities Real Estate Outlook Conference—Final” Fair Disclosure Wire Jan. 15, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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