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@ 2010-11-13 14:20:51
Edan King, the former-COO of FMF Capital, a subprime mortgage company, lives here.

FMF went public at $10 a share on the Toronto Stock Exchange in March 2005, raising the equivalent of $160 million in U.S. currency. Company press releases touted it as the first U.S. financial-services company to go public in Canada. At the time, it had a network of 5,000 brokers, operated in 38 states and had its own offices in Scottsdale, Ariz.; Nashville; Virginia Beach, Va.; and Overland Park, Kan.

He owns a home nearby and one in Delray Beach, Fl.