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Nothing But the Best

The Wall Street Journal tells the tale of a Type A buyer who looked at nearly 300 homes over the course of three years, before settling on a house in Tiburon. The OCD Lidia Pringle, a former reporter, is "highly methodical" and keeps, for example, all her spices and records in alphabetical order: "If I'm looking for a dream house, of course I'm going to follow the same methodology." The plus side to her three-year search: the house they eventually closed on had been price chopped from $9 million to $5.9 mil. Props. [WSJ]