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Omar and Tracy Clennon, Freeport

Tracy and Omar Clennon at their Freeport home

By Lisa Chamoff Special to Newsday Updated January 23, 2018 11:00 AM
Omar, 37, an architect, and Tracy, 35, a medical sales manager for an infant probiotic company, bought their three-bedroom home for $285,000 in December 2016 and moved in this past October after renovations. They got married last year.

An inside look into Omar and Tracy Clennon's

WHY THEY BOUGHT IT “We knew we wanted to renovate, and we felt it was a good canvas to work from,” Omar says. “It was something that had potential, a layout we could work with and good bones.”

An inside look into Omar and Tracy Clennon's

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Tracy says most millennials are “looking to create their own value.