25 a certain amount of profit, and we haven’t — I
26 don’t know if you know, but we haven’t discussed
27 what that profit would be, and you would be
28 required to do a pro forma to get a sense of what
29 that profit would be, do you know how
30 Ms. Hundley’s — what her — what was her criteria
31 of not looking or looking at property? Did she
32 give you a dollar value?
33 A Essentially we were looking somewhere around
34 about — as I recall, somewhere around about a
35 million dollars, give or take.
36 Q So a hundred —
37 A And prefer —
38 Q — thousand — Sorry.
39 A Preferably, you know, less.
42 Q Okay. And when you say approximate, did you have
43 that discussion? Does that mean 900,000 to a
44 hundred and — 1,100,000? Or what’s approximate?
45 Did Ms. Hundley give you a sense of what she meant
46 by that?
47 A Well, I can’t remember the exact figures, but, you
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1 know, I — I do recall that, you know,
2 Mrs. Hundley and I had discussions about what she
3 would be putting down as a down payment, that type
4 of thing. Again that would be part of my job as a
5 realtor. Although I had dealt with Mrs. Hundley
6 for a number of years, you know, I would feel
7 responsibility in allowing her to get involved in
8 a property without knowing that, you know, she was
9 financially going to be able to handle the
10 situation. And I — However, again I stress the
11 fact that Mrs. Hundley is very independently
12 minded, but going into a project like this, we
13 would have discussed, you know, price parameters.
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45 Q We’ll see that you’ve outlined — or I think we’ve
46 already seen — that Ms. Hundley can make
47 approximately $700,000 profit on this property,
1 and I’m wondering did you tell the Garniers that
2 they could make $700,000 if they could afford or