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I know it's a bit clunky, but is it improper?

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  • It depends on the property. Is it a property that you live in it (like a house), or one in which you live on it (like a boat). – mama Feb 11 at 3:04
  • @mama It's a condo - Would "I'm happy to live on this property" be incorrect? – user666 Feb 11 at 3:09

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