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Old 02-27-2013, 06:20 PM
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I could be wrong, but it sounds to me like it's just a polite way of letting you go. I'm not saying it was anything you did wrong or that he thought you couldn't provide. It could just be that he got a good deal from another company or he knows the owner of the new company or any one of a multitude of reasons like those. It seems like he genuinely valued your work. It might be that he didn't want to give you the real reason which could just be a simple change of scenery for the property. All that being said, you lose nothing by trying to talk to him and stating your case to be kept on. It's a good idea to just talk to him and try to get specific and see what happens. At the very least he should appreciate the good business practices and keep you in mind should something not work out with the new company.
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