9 Q Okay. And when did she do that?
10 A Well, in 2006 at one particular point.
11 Q Do you recall if it was end, beginning or —
12 A I think we discussed broadly the possibility of
13 her buying a property in — in mid-2006
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16 Q Did you tell her what the price had expired at?
17 A Mrs. Hundley?
18 Q Yes. Mrs. —
19 A Yes, I did.
20 Q And you told her it was no longer on the market?
21 A Well, yes. We had — That is how we had come to
22 discuss the property in the first place. I had
23 researched expired listings, found this particular
24 one, expired listings being properties that have
25 come off the market that have not sold, and that
26 is how I came to be with Mrs. Hundley in terms of
27 perusing the property from the outside prior to
28 the 8th of February.
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21 305 Q And you told Ms. Hundley that you would see if the
22 Garniers, although their property was no longer on
23 the market, if they would be interested in selling
24 the property; correct?
25 A Yes.
1 306 Q So at that point you had not approached the Garniers?
2 A No.
3 307 Q She said she was interested in particularly that one
4 and that’s the reason you approached the Garniers?
5 A Yes.
1 315 Q Okay. And that they had let the property come off
2 the market?
3 A I saw it as an expired listing.
4 316 Q Expired listing. So it hadn’t been sold, you knew
6 A Right.
11 318 Q And it was no longer being listed as for sale?
12 A That’s right.
13 319 Q How do you locate expired MLS listings?
14 A Well, they show up on the computer.
15 320 Q Is that something everybody can see or just — do you
16 have to be —
17 A A realtor.
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