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Sept. 13, 2019

10 Reasons We Love Fall River

10 Reasons We Love Fall River

Have you ever witnessed a waterfall in the middle of the city center? That’s just one of the reason why we love Fall River. But that’s not just about it. Here are ten interesting things to love Fall River.

1.      Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast Museum

Popular murderess Lizzie Borden dwelled in Fall River. Even though she was never proven guilty, she supposedly murdered her parents in the house which has now become a popular hotel and tourist attraction. Thanks to its creepy ambiance and fully-restored rooms, the museum makes us love the city even more.

2.      Amazing Portuguese Culture

As the city is home to the highest population of Portuguese people in the U.S., the Portuguese culture is heavily dominant in the city. In case you are looking for a local favorite, Caldeiras offers a refreshing atmosphere with wide list of cocktails and exquisite Portuguese food.

3.      Authentic English Pork Pies

We can’t get over the wide variety of pies the place offers. If you are craving for a scrumptious pie, Fall River offers all types from a salmon pot pie to chicken pot pies. Fall River also boasts some amazing restaurants to satiate your taste-buds.

4.      Awesome Trains

If you’re a train fanatic, you will love a visit to the Fall River Railroad Museum and the Old Colony. The museum displays the heyday of the city’s railroad days and offers stunning original train photos and displays. Visitors can also walk through some old rail cars.

5.      Battleship Cove

The fabulous Battleship Cove boasts truly fascinating World War Two naval vessels. It also has a maritime museum which pays homage to the well-traveled USS Massachusetts. Battleship Cove is one of the most popular things about Fall River and is crowded by tourists and locals in the summers.

6.      Scholarship City

Fall River was the founding place of Dr. Irving Fradkin’s “Dollars for Scholars” program in 1958. Good thing Fall River is about a 30 minute drive from some major colleges such as: University of Massachusetts, Bridgewater State College, Brown University, Roger Williams University, and Salve Regina University.

7.      Immerse in Natural Beauty

If you live in Fall River or have come for a visit, there are plenty of mesmerizing locations for you to explore. The city features various parks, trails, and waterfalls for creating beautiful memories and snapping photographs.

8.      Art Galleries and Theaters

Have fun at the Fall River Symphony Orchestra or the Spindle City Ballet to enjoy premium entertainment. There are plenty of art galleries scattered around Fall River, so you will never run out of options.

9.      Horseneck Beach

It’s common for all Fall River residents to turn to the nearby Horseneck Beach as soon as the New England weather becomes bearable. With 600 acres of sand along with dunes and salt marshes to explore, the beach is a great place to hang around with friends and family. There is also a campground in case you want to extend your trip.

10.  Fresh Produce and Farm Products

Food is taken quite seriously at Fall River. That’s why you will never run out of choices to buy the freshest farm products. Multiple farmers markets offer the best of fruits and vegetables, so you have easy access to all produce.  

Final Thoughts

If you want to know more about the happening city of Fall River, you can always contact us to know more about the city.

 

 

 

Sept. 12, 2019

Prince Henry Society

Prince Henry Society, Fall River

In 1980, three Portuguese-American businessmen from New Bedford discussed the possibility of creating a non-profit organization. The purpose of this service-based non-profit organization was to support the economic, educational, social, and cultural betterment of people of Portuguese descent. This goal was later converted into their mission statement.

In quest of a name for the organization that portrayed the values of leadership and strength, they decided for The Prince Henry Society to pay homage to the renowned Portuguese navigator, Prince Henry.

Following the formation of the Fall River chapter, The Massachusetts State chapter was formed which comprised of the Taunton, New Bedford, and Fall River chapters.

Membership is restricted to professionals and businessmen of Portuguese descent. It is an invite-only society and to become a member you or one of your parents needs to have been born in the autonomous regions of Madeira or Azores or Portugal.

Those individuals who have been selected must be eager to contribute to the goals of the non-profit organization. According to the rules and regulations of the society, the society does not permit more than four members from any one business or profession to promote diversity.

The core services of the society include supporting the local community through charitable initiatives. The society has donated thousands of dollars to various communities. Other objectives of the Prince Henry Society include the preservation of the Portuguese cultural heritage. In addition to that, the organization’s committee offers scholarships to local high school students in various parts of Fall River, every year.

Even though the Prince Henry Society works as a service-based organization, the society has helped develop a strong association among its members through all such programs. The non-profit society has heavily contributed towards the improvement of the community it serves and the conservation of the Portuguese heritage. The non-profit organization also holds an exciting trip every year so the local youth can enjoy a Pawtucket Red Sox game. The society recognizes all donations and forwards all relevant documentation for tax purposes. 

The organization has played many crucial roles in the past to build a better community in Fall River. Some of these accomplishments include:

Erection of the Prince Henry monument in New Bedford: The monument was erected at Marine Park to commemorate the role of immigrants who came to the place.

Scholarships: Hundreds of scholarships have been awarded to students of Portuguese descent amounting to almost $750,000.

Charitable funds: The society has significantly contributed to local charities for supporting cultural and social events. The non-profit organization is also famed for feeding local people and families in need.

Recognition of outstanding people: The Prince Henry Society has identified prominent figures and influential people to reward their efforts through targeted awards. Some of these awards include Person of the Year and Portuguese American of the Year.

Yearly blood drives: Every year, the society organizes a blood drive to help St. Luke’s Hospital, the local blood bank.

Fall River is a great place to live for all communities. Contact us if you want to know more about this amazing society in Fall River.

 

 

 

 

Sept. 11, 2019

The Great Fall River Fire of 1928

The Great Fall River Fire of 1928

History reveals that a series of fiery disasters accompanied Fall River's textile boom during the nineteenth century. There have been several historic fire incidents that took place including The Big Fire of 1843, which destroyed two hundred buildings and left more than a thousand people homeless. Other unfortunate incidents such as Steiger Store Fire of 1916 and the Kerr Mill Thread Fire of 1987 also resulted in massive destruction.

However, the Great Fall River fire of 1928 occurred from February 2-3, shattered a major part the city. Even though Fall River has witnessed many similar events, the 1928 blaze is regarded as the most awful fire incident in Fall River’s history. Not only did it destroy hundreds of businesses when the city’s economy was struggling due to the closing of textile plants, but it also wiped out five blocks of the city.

The fire started on a cold evening. It was February 2nd, when the fire erupted in the Pocasset Manufacturing Company, at 5:45 p.m. The demolition workers were disassembling the newly shuttered mills in Mill No.2 when blazing flames started to spread rapidly through the mill. The Fire Chief sounded multiple alarms within an hour and requested for help.

Looking at the relentless blaze, the fire departments from nearby towns including Lowell and Boston also sent help by 7 pm. A strong southwest wind led the fire to reach the Central Street, which hindered the efforts to put out the fire. As record low temperatures hit, the hoses froze and hampered the fire suppression.

At night, around 2:30 am, things were under control. The City Hall endured significant damaged but was eventually saved. However, several buildings continued to burn in nearby areas.

By Saturday noon, it was declared out, officially. The firefighters, police and other government forces helped secure the damaged areas. The damage was calculated to be more than twenty million dollars.

Some notable buildings and companies that were destroyed included:

·        Fall River Co-operative Bank

·        Premier Theatre

·        Wilbur Hotel

·        Fall River Globe Newspaper Building

·        Remington Building

·        Telephone Company Building

·        Central Police Station

·        Bus Terminal

·        City Hall

·        Astor Lunch

·        Massachusetts Income tax office

·        New York Life Insurance Company

·        Hathaway and Company, cotton

·        Checker Taxi company

·        Staples Coal Company of Fall River

·        Troy Co-operative bank

·        U.S. Naval Reserves

·        Burroughs Adding Machine Company

Within a few years, a large number of commercial businesses and banks that were destroyed in the fire were rebuilt. But overall, the fire destroyed three hotels, three theatres, five banks, two newspaper plants, a Jewish temple, twelve office buildings, and a half a dozen lunch rooms. Without a doubt, the fire of 1928 did cause more destruction than any other fire accident in Fall River.

If you want to know more about the fascinating history of Fall River and the current real estate prospects, get in touch with us to find out more about this amazing city.

 

 

 

Posted in Fall River, Historical
Sept. 10, 2019

Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast

Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast

Fall River was once the crown jewel of American textile industry. Throughout the 19th century, the city thrived as mills were set-up along the Quequechan River. However, Fall River also attained lifelong notoriety due to a brutal murder case.

In 1892, two citizens named Abby and Andrew Borden were murdered in their own home, on an unfortunate August morning. Abby was discovered face down on the floor while Andrew was sprawled across the sitting room couch.

A hatchet was discovered in the cellar, and their skulls were smashed by an unknown murderer. Since the only other person who lived in the house was their 32-year-old daughter, all suspicion fell on her. Subsequently, Lizzie Borden was taken to the court but eventually acquitted of the charges.

But even after she moved out of the house, the property remained much like a haunted house for around a century.

Interestingly enough, it was transformed into a popular bed and breakfast.

On Valentine's Day 2003, Leeann Wilber and her boyfriend visited the house for a stay. By 2004, the love-birds had bought the house. Today, Leeann runs the bed and breakfast herself.

The Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast is popular among adventure and thrill seekers who want to explore and live in a spooky place for entertainment. If the idea of waking up in a spooky place to a great breakfast in the morning excites you, the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast is a great place to test your courage quotient.

Don’t be surprised if you are welcomed with a hatchet that has ‘welcome’ painted on its blade. There is also a warning sign to caution you about the mysterious murders that took place in the house.

The walls of the notorious rooms have pictures of the shocking murder scenes to depict how closely the place has been restored to its original appearance. The décor of the place has been carefully duplicated, and the original doors and hardware are still intact. Mantel tops and shelves display memorabilia from the era.

Much to the guests’ delight, various paranormal night events take place at the hotel.

If you stay for a night at the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast, you also get to enjoy a detailed complimentary tour, which is roughly an hour and a half long. The night tour starts at 8:00 pm and also includes the basement, which is not a part of the day tours.

If you want to book a day tour, the tours are planned every hour from 10 am to 3 pm, seven days a week except for Christmas Day and Thanksgiving. You don’t need a reservation for the 50-minute long tour unless your group comprises of 10 or more people. The last tour starts at 3 pm. Make sure to arrive 15 minutes before the tour starts. Visitors can buy tickets from the barn (gift shop).

If you want to know more about the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast and other accommodation options in Fall River, get in touch with us.

 

 

Sept. 10, 2019

Popular Places to Enjoy Portuguese Cuisine in Fall River

 

Popular Places to Enjoy Portuguese Cuisine in Fall River

 

If you and your family are up for some great Portuguese cuisine, Fall River is home to some of the country’s best Portuguese restaurants. Amazing atmosphere, famous and authentic dishes from Portuguese homelands, and live entertainment will make you re-visit these renowned restaurants.

Here is a list of some popular places to enjoy Portuguese food in Fall River, MA.

Sagres Restaurant

When you want to indulge in simply delicious Portuguese food on the South Shore, there’s no other place than the Sagres to give you the most authentic dishes. The restaurant is situated in the heart of the city and serves a wide selection of appetizers, cocktails, and main-course dishes.

The menu offers plenty of variety with its marinated and grilled chicken, fish, lobster, and pork items. All dishes are served along with lip smacking sauces and sides. There is also a function hall to celebrate special occasions and events.

Caldeira’s Restaurant

Famous for its exotic flavors from the native Portuguese homeland, Caldeira’s holds a special place in the hearts of Portuguese food lovers. It is a well-respected restaurant that is known for preparing unique dishes out of hand-picked ingredients.

Caldeira’s boasts a four-star rating and offers reservation arrangements for celebrating any special event or occasion. While it is an expensive restaurant, anyone who is visiting or living in Fall River must definitely check it out.

Portugalia Marketplace

Portugalia Marketplace presents a menu rich in varied options. From teas, coffees, crackers, olive oils, and canned fish, there is much more you can enjoy direct from Portugal. The busy Marketplace is a must-see spot if you are in the New England area.

The brick and mortar store was once a sprawling textile mill. However, the space has been devotedly restored to provide locals and tourists a lifetime shopping experience. You can find various types of meats, specialty groceries, seafood and cheese, and fresh fruits. Don’t forget to enjoy the ultimately popular rose wines when exploring the Portugalia Marketplace.

TA Restaurant

The restaurant does a fine job of satisfying your piri piri craving. This happening place is a fantastic spot for people of all ages to enjoy a varied menu. You can also enjoy alcoholic beverages in a friendly and warm ambiance. The famous restaurant’s dress code is business casual, and the menu includes a wide variety of appetizers, soups and salads, beverages, and lunch/dinner items.

Fall River Grill

There are few places in Fall River that serve heavenly garlic bread, chicken wings, and littleneck clams, like Fall River Grill. If it’s your first time enjoying Portuguese cuisine, you may have some trouble figuring out the foreign words on the menu.

The place also offers mouthwatering seafood items. There are various interesting shrimp, salmon, and boiled cod dishes to satiate your love for seafood. Don’t forget to leave some room for popular desserts such as coconut tarts and passionfruit pudding.

Final Thoughts

Popular Portuguese restaurants in Fall River, MA provide great food, excellent service, and authentic dishes. Don’t forget to check out these famous eating places, if you are visiting or living in Fall River.

 

 

 

Sept. 9, 2019

Famous Restaurants in Fall River, MA

Famous Restaurants in Fall River, MA

The incredible city of Fall River boasts a remarkable history. Because of the thousands of immigrants from Portugal and Azores who migrated to work in its cotton mills, the city currently presents a vibrant mix of different cultures and identities. That’s one of the reasons why Fall River is home to several authentic Mediterranean and Portuguese restaurants located across town.

Here are a few of the most popular and best restaurants in Fall River.

The Cove

If you are living in or visiting Fall River, you must stop by The Cove to take pleasure in the beautiful patio setting and taste New England’s freshest seafood. The restaurant overlooks the Mount Hope Bay to offer breathtaking views.

The Cove has quickly attained a reputation for its extraordinary menu. Here, you can enjoy delectable seafood and fish recipes, along with the waterfront setting. Diners are happy to savor the smoked salmon or slurp down oysters to enjoy fine dining at its best. You can also indulge in other sophisticated fish dishes including buttery baked scallops and orange and ginger salmon. There is also plenty of variety for vegetarians and meat lovers.

Tipsy Seagull

Claimed as the only floating bar in Mount Hope Bay, Tipsy Seagull lets you enjoy the vibrant island vibes and heavenly food. Float your troubles away at the amazing tiki bar. You’re never going to experience the magic of Tipsy Seagull anywhere else in Massachusetts. The spot is nothing like your regular beachside beer shack and is quite famous for its fascinating sunset views. It floats on the water, and that’s why it is the perfect dining place in the summer season. Apart from offering refreshing cocktails, savory dishes, and live music, it also offers an overnight dockage facility. You can dock your boat for a memorable night out or the weekend for endless fun.

Mesa 21

If you want to try out a unique and interesting eating place in Fall River, visit Mesa 21 to give a boost to your mundane routine. This spot is the best place for enjoying authentic Portuguese and American Contemporary dishes. The restaurant seems to have something for everyone on their menu, and that’s one of the reasons why it is a popular place in Fall River for unwinding after a long day.

Enjoy fresh cocktails at the bar or book the upscale dining for a Sunday brunch. Mesa 21 impresses with its luxurious private banquet room, which is perfect for all hosting parties with seating space for up to 60 people.

Marzilli’s Vs. Marcucci’s Subs: Who is the best?

Marzilli's Bakery is a famous bakery in Fall River, which is especially known for its Italian grinders or subs. The bakery claims that every sandwich is prepared with their freshly baked bread, which is prepared daily in their century-old brick oven. The eatery offers delicious Subs or grinders, loaded with perfectly seasoned fillings comprising from a chord of good Italian cold cuts to meatballs.

However, Marcucci's Bakery & Grinder Shop is becoming more popular, thanks to its amazing variety. Whether you are looking for pasta plates, salads, or desserts, Marcucci's is the best place in Fall River for treating your taste buds to mouthwatering sub selections. You can also try out some pizza trays and platters. The bakery has been serving the local neighborhood for more than three decades. In 2005, it received 1st place in Fall River Herald News ‘Subs’ category.

Final Thoughts

Fall River, MA is a great city to dwell in and enjoy different cuisines. Apart from the restaurants we have mentioned, there are several other famous Portuguese restaurants in the city, which we are going to cover in another post.

 

 

 

Sept. 6, 2019

Popular Parks and Trails to Explore in Fall River, Massachusetts

 

Popular Parks and Trails to Explore in Fall River, Massachusetts

Fall River, MA offers tons of places to visit and things to do. It is a happening city for people of all ages as there are many opportunities to learn about local history or get involved in various other activities.

Here are a few popular and interesting parks and trails you can visit in Fall River, MA.

Quequechan River Trail

The Quequechan River Rail Trail allows both visitors and citizens to discover the true essence of nature. The trail rests between old mills and Interstate 195. In the past, the general public did not have much access to the park. However, the new trail allows visitors to enjoy and explore the beauty of Fall River’s namesake.

The Quequechan is an Algonkian word, which means falling river. You can spot old mills on the other side of the river, which reminds us of the crucial role the Quequechan contributed to the textile industry. Bike and pedestrian-friendly bridges now replace former train trestles and make it easy to enjoy the beauty of this amazing spot.

 

Heritage Stage Park

If you are in Fall River, you must explore the popular trails of the Heritage State Park. There are several online detailed reviews from avid trekkers who praise the hand-curated trail maps and accurate directions for a convenient trekking experience.

The 8.5-acre park offers plenty of fun for nature lovers.  This park is a spectacular location which also overlooks the Battleship Cove.

Battleship Cove

If you live in Fall River, don’t forget to check out the truly fabulous Battleship Cove. Here, you can find the world's biggest collection of World War II naval vessels. In addition to that, there are also many ships and submarines of different classes.

Visitors can also visit the museum to witness an amazing collection of fighting craft and learn a great deal about the ships and the crew. Get to know about their postwar stories and experiences. Make sure you don’t miss the museum's highlight, the USS Massachusetts, a South Dakota-class battleship, which is one of the few survivors of its kind. Some visitors even climb aboard to take a closer look at the vessel.

 

Another attraction is the Fall River Carousel at the Battleship Cove, which dates back to a century. The carousel was built in 1920 by the Philadelphia Toboggan Co. It is one of the country’s oldest operating carousels and is open seasonally for just $2 per ride. However, it is open throughout the year for special events and private parties. It has entertained generations and is still quite popular among the locals and tourists.

Kennedy Park

Kennedy Park was built in 1868 and designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, a renowned 19th-century landscape architect. He is also remembered as the father of American landscape architecture. He also contributed to the designs of Fall River’s North and Ruggles Parks. Originally named as South Park, it was renamed following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

The park comprises of three sections: a flat upper section which is used for recreation fields and baseball. There is a sloping middle portion with spectacular views of Mount Hope Bay, and a lower wooded portion along the Bay. The park is frequently used for celebrating public events and is a must-visit place for every local and visitor.

 

Final Thoughts

You can dine out in a fine restaurant or explore beautiful parks and trails to have a splendid time in Fall, River. If you are looking to buy or rent a house in Fall River, Massachusetts then get in touch with us.

 

 

 

Sept. 4, 2019

Tips to Follow when Planning a Trip to Fall River, Massachusetts

Tips to Follow when Planning a Trip to Fall River, Massachusetts

Thanks to its rich history, Fall River is a famous tourist attraction for local and foreign tourists. For decades, the city has been functioning as a notable shipping port and textile hub. But that’s not all. There are plenty of hidden gems and popular spots in the city that pull in visitors from all around the country to explore its most prized treasures.

Apart from being the 8th largest city in Massachusetts, Fall River offers memorable experiences for history buffs. It is situated just an hour outside of Boston, which makes it an ideal destination for a day trip.

When Is the Best Time to Visit Fall River?

Average temperatures in Fall River vary significantly. Temperatures may feel cold for around half of the year but otherwise the weather is pleasant with a chance of snow or rain throughout the year.

If you want to visit Fall River during the warmest times then June, July, and August are the hottest months of the year. The temperature rises up to almost 90 F during mid-July, and at night, it usually drops to 65 F.

So, the best time of year to visit Fall River is from mid-June to mid-September. During this time, you can enjoy plenty of warm-weather activities.

Staying in Fall River

If you are looking to book a hotel room in Fall River, the average rate starts from $107 per night. However, prices and availability are subject to change. You can book a room online to avoid any hassle during the busy summer season.

Things to Do

When you are visiting Fall River, make sure you have enough time to plan visits to the most famous attractions of the city. The top three popular tourist spots in Fall River include The Lizzie Borden House tour, the Fall River Heritage State Park, and Battleship Cove.

While you can visit all three in one day, it’s best to give yourself a separate day for each as there is so much to explore and learn about each venue’s history.

The Lizzie Borden House tour

Visitors receive detailed informative history of the case as they explore each of the rooms. The tour of The Lizzie Borden House is not just informative but highly entertaining too, even for visitors who have no background information on the case.

Battleship Cove

There’s no trip to Fall River that’s complete without a trip to the famous Battleship Cove. There are a hundred reasons to visit the World’s Largest Naval Museum and spend a day exploring the ever-popular tourist spot. The Battleship cove is a war memorial and a nonprofit maritime museum that’s widely popular among locals and tourists. Spend as much as time as you like, walking around the inside and outside of the ship.

Fall River Heritage State Park

The small state park is another fabulous spot to visit many monuments and enjoy a nice day-out. There are many concerts and events that take place in the summers, including a great display of fireworks on the 4th of July. Some visitors like to take a walk from the park to the cove or take memorable pictures of the Battleship cove from the park.

Final Thoughts

Fall River is a great city to visit and live in. If you want to know more about this culturally rich city, get in touch with us to get more information.

 

 

 

Aug. 27, 2019

Invest In Fall River

INVEST IN FALL RIVER, MA

Episode 1

181-187 Nashua St & 136 Lonsdale St Fall River, MA 02721

181-187 Nashua St MLS Link

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Property Information Packet

The rental market in Fall River, MA is extremely tight and vacancies fill quickly for a premium - especially in a city with limited rental and housing supply.  

At $75,000 a unit, these two 6-unit buildings in Fall River, MA are being offered individually, or together as a package, for an investor looking to add cash flowing and well managed properties to their portfolio.  The current combined Cap Rate on both properties is approximately 8.5% and est. Cash on Cash Return on the down payment and closing costs is approximately 10%.  

136 Lonsdale st Fall River, MA - Home For Sale

All of the heavy lifting has been done by the current ownership who purchased both properties, stabilized and repaired them and brought in a top management team (Lyon Property Management) to manage the day to day operations.  Lyon has over 400 units under management and is willing to continue working with the new owners to ensure a seamless transition.

This offering represents an opportunity for a passive investor to purchase income producing property in Fall River, MA and not have to involve themselves in the multitude of decision making and attentiveness that owning property requires.

181 187 nashua st fall river ma home for sale

The greater Fall River area has several economic factors to continue to support the current income (and future growth) at these properties.  

These include: 

  1. Massive economic development throughout Fall River - including the upcoming MBTA Service to Boston which will continue to drive rents even higher as Boston workers seek relief from insane rents there and continue to move down Route 24 to Fall River. 
  2. Several existing and ongoing mill conversions in Fall River (Commonwealth Landing, Cornell Mill Lofts, etc.) where 2-3 BR rents range from $1500-2000.  These “Market Rate” properties have caused the rest of the city’s rents to increase substantially and “close the gap.”
  3. The booming marijuana industry in Fall River which is spurring job and economic growth.
  4. Extreme lack of available rental units in surrounding communities.
  5. The new casino in Tiverton and associated nearby development (south coast marketplace, Aldi, etc.) which provide hundreds of jobs and have completely rejuvenated the long forgotten south end of the city – approx. 10 min drive.

Both properties will transfer fully occupied with professionally screened and qualified tenants.

All rental documents and records are available for review.

Sale includes: 12 Refrigerators, 12 Stoves and 12 Hot Water Heaters.  

As an added bonus, both properties have contracts with Automatic Laundry for coin-op laundry service.  The machines are owned and maintained by Automatic Laundry and the owner receives payment 4 times a year of half of the income the machines produce – essentially a free “13th unit”.

Schedule a private showing of these properties below.

 

 

 

All market values and conclusions expressed in this report are strictly the opinion of the listing firm based on our analysis of current market conditions.  
This report is not intended to be construed as investment advice or a guarantee of future results and all prospective buyers must perform their own due diligence when analyzing this property.

 

April 2, 2019

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