Pullman, Washington (AP) If you’ve lived in Washington, D.C., for the last few months, chances are you’re at least familiar with the name of this town.

It’s home to a few of the world’s largest real estate companies, and it’s also the headquarters for one of the most famous real estate brokers in the world: James Squire Myers.

Myers, who once worked for Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, is now in his 80s, but he’s still pulling for a place like Pullman.

Myers was the one to finally convince the town to let him move back to Washington.

Myers had been planning to move back for decades, and in 2016, the local government granted him a home.

In his new home, he plans to build a second house in the neighborhood, which he hopes to build for his parents, his sister and his children.

Myers said the move will be bittersweet.

“It’s not something I’m going to regret.

I think it’s going to be good for everybody,” Myers said.

He’s not the only one planning to take the move.

A few months ago, Myers bought an old duplex in the city’s eastern end.

He said it’s a great place to rent and that he’ll move back in the near future.

But he’s also excited about what the neighborhood will look like in 20 years.

“I know it’s not a dream, but I’m hoping it can become a reality,” Myers told The Wall St. Journal in 2017.

“You’re going to see the same things you’ve seen in Pullamont, but with the new houses.”

In the past decade, Pullamond has been booming.

It has the second-highest per-capita income in the state behind Washington, DC, and the sixth-highest median income in America, according to the Census Bureau.

And its median home price is almost $1 million.

That’s an average of $1.27 million for a typical two-bedroom home in Pullmans neighborhood, the fifth-highest in the Washington metro area.

But Myers and others aren’t worried about that.

Myers says he’s ready to move on, and he hopes his new life will provide him with enough money to support his family.

The market is not the market The town has a lot going for it.

Myers’ new house is on a prime piece of land that has been available for sale for almost five years, according in the Pullman City Clerk’s Office.

It was originally listed for $5.4 million in 2017, but the listing was sold and Myers bought the property for $1,600,000 in April 2018.

He paid about $500,000 more for it the next year, and that was only after the sale of a lot adjacent to his home.

And he was able to buy a lot in the area in 2018 for about $700,000.

That property is now worth more than $2 million, according the Office of the Town Clerk.

The city’s property tax bill for that property alone is about $1 billion, the town says.

And the county has approved a deal to develop the land and the nearby lakefront.

The market is definitely not the price Myers is willing to pay, he said.

Myers hopes that he can get a new house for his family and move back into his old neighborhood in the future.

“This is what I want to do, this is where I want my family to live,” he said, “but it’s just a matter of time.”

The town is in a tough economic situation The area around Pullamanteak is struggling, and Myers knows this.

Myers has a wife and three children, and his family is on the bottom rung of the American income ladder.

But they still need the help of the federal government to stay afloat.

Last year, the Washington Post reported that the local economy was in a state of crisis, with more than a quarter of local government workers not receiving their full wages.

This summer, a federal judge ruled that the government can only take $3.3 billion out of the economy for the first time in nearly four decades, a situation that will likely put even more strain on the area’s economy in the years to come.

In April, Myers got his first paycheck from the federal Social Security Administration.

But even that is not enough for him.

He plans to use it to pay for a house down the street.

Pullman’s population has swelled dramatically in the last five years.

Myers plans to stay for the long term.

He has a plan for the future of the town and his community, and one he hopes will be beneficial for all of Washington, including the people who live in it.

“Pullman is a very resilient community,” he told The Washington Post in 2017 after a decade