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With a strong construction background from owner Roland Valois, and the real estate background from broker Bob Lima, the company was able to service their clients in many unique ways, a press release states. With changing times in technology and franchises ...

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Valois Real Estate joins Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Mel Antonio Real EstateR.P

Valois Real Estate announced recently that it will join Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Mel Antonio Real Estate on Jan

1.Established in 2003, R.P Valois Real Estate has served the SouthCoast area since it’s origination, focusing on Dartmouth and the abutting towns.With a strong construction background from owner Roland Valois, and the real estate background from broker Bob Lima, the company was able to service their clients in many unique ways, a press release states

With changing times in technology and franchises, Valois and Lima both felt it was time to expand their offerings to their customer base and merge with a company that could fulfill that void.After researching the many opportunities and offerings, it became clear that the Berkshire Hathaway HomesServices network would be their choice.“Our mission is to provide our agents with the finest real estate tools and professional resources available,” said Valois

“And we achieve both objectives by joining Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Mel Antonio Real Estate.”Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices is one of America’s fastest-growing real estate brokerage networks, with nearly 44,000 agents and over 1,300 offices names to the brand since it’s September 2013 launch.The network, among the few organizations entrusted to use the world-renowned Berkshire Hathaway name, brings to the real estate market a definitive mark of trust, integrity, stability, and longevity, the release states.“We are thrilled R.P

Valois Real Estate has chosen to join our team

The brand appeals to consumers and real estate professionals alike” said Mel Antonio, owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Mel Antonio Real Estate, “The network’s Global Network Platform provides agents with cutting-edge technology, beautiful marketing templates and well-conceived tools for greater efficiency and client contact.”“Both companies and their agents are excited about this new venture,” the release states

“The companies look forward to moving toward the future together, with a continued focus on providing exceptional service to their clients.” Former salon/day spa sold to make way for Cumberland Farms expansionSEEKONK — Coastal Commercial Real Estate announced the sale of a commercial building in Seekonk, located at 1479 Fall River Ave, which was the previous home of Tranquil Waters, a salon/day spa.Built in 1950, the building consists of approximately 4,472 square-feet of retail space with a parking lot.The property purchase will allow Cumberland Farms, Inc to expand their footprint on Route 6.The seller was Freedom National Bank and the buyer was Cumberland Farms, Inc

The sale details were undisclosed.The seller was represented by Justin Grolley from Coastal Commercial Real Estate.Coastal Commercial Real Estate is a division of The Nery Corporation and specializes in the sales and leasing of office, retail, commercial, industrial and warehouse properties

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