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Albany - All-in-One Realty, held the grand opening of it's Albany location. The real estate company, located at 412 North Westover Boulevard, is developing a subdivision on Oakridge Drive, with more than 300 homes.

James Baune says, "They are going to be three and four bedroom plans starting at $99,000. Sidewalk community, street lights, underground utilities. It's going to have a nice entrance. It's going to be a little bit different than what Albany's seen in the past."

The company plans to start building the new homes in about two months.

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