James Kenton is a FELON and a LIAR! After having lied on his license application in Tennessee, it’s also been discovered that Kenton did this in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, plus double-billed an elderly client; link to investigation: https://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/wsmv.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/9/4f/94feeb5a-ef09-11ea-b3c1-93f0d8590bfe/5f52d345048dd.pdf.pdf
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02:16 Kenton is an obvious liar
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Owning a house can be as annoying as it can be joyful. Why? Because of all the problems you can run into. Making sure the roof is stable, having the right heating, ensuring there is no mold in the walls and the list goes on. If your home is an older one, then chances are you are going to need to replace your roof within the first few years. In doing that, do you know where to start?
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