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Flatbush

Snip, snip hooray and welcome to the neighborhood. Owner and broker extraordinaire Jean-Paul Ho opened his third real-estate office in Brooklyn, celebrating the grand opening with a ribbon cutting on Jan. 15, attended by wife Venus, staff members, and Councilman Mathieu Eugene (D–Flatbush).

Born and raised in Kings County, our pal Jean-Paul thinks his hometown is something to rave about.

“I love Brooklyn, I care about the community, and I want to keep it strong and vibrant,” said the proud realtor, which is why he opened his latest addition to the neighborhood — well, that, and to make a killing in the market, of course!

Along with strong and vibrant, Standing O wants to keep Brooklynites happily housed, too, and sends congratulations to Jean-Paul and his staff: “Willkommen and bienvenue. Sell well and prosper.”

Brooklyn Real Property, Inc. [4405 Avenue D, between Troy Avenue and E. 45th Street in Flatbush, (718) 875–8899].

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