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    In its few years of existence, the virtual globe program Google Earth — which allows anyone with Internet access and a personal computer to zoom in on recent satellite images of almost any point on the earth's surface — has attracted millions of enthusiastic users.

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  • Affordable Goes Online

    As the number of people looking for affordable housing on the Internet surges, few affordable housing owners are taking advantage of the marketing and leasing opportunities this presents.

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  • Communicating With Customers Through the Web

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  • Taking Back Rent Week

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