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Crime & Safety in Bristol County : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Oct 25, 2013
Denis DaSilva answered:
This concern should be addressed with the new Banna Fire Station that just broke ground, here is the link to the article http://www.thesunchronicle.com/news/local_news/seekonk-hails-new-fire-station/article_97216975-11d8-53bf-b59b-afb96e8b3eab.html

Denis DaSilva Principal Broker
REAVOLV Real Estate
www.REAVOLV.com
508-644-8995
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Denis DaSilva answered:
I helped my buyer purchase a home on Hunter Street, a multifamily property and he said he never had any issues. I recommend calling the Fall River Police department and asking them how many calls they have had in the area. If you need help buying a home, our Fall River office would be happy to help 508-813-6875.

Denis DaSilva Broker /Owner
REAVOLV Real Estate
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Fri Jun 7, 2013
David Garro answered:
Hi Sarah, As you know, neighborhoods are reflective of the people who live there. Your likely to upgrade the neighborhood by being a good citizen. The best way to find out about an area is to call local police department . They will be happy to share the amount of calls they have responded to. Letting them know your concerned goes a long way in helping neighborhood be safe. Hope this helps!
Yours truly,
Dave Garro
Neves Realty
508.400.7876

Oh, by the way, I'm never too busy for your referrals!
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Wed Apr 17, 2013
Anthony Piemonte answered:
The only and best answer is to check with the local police dept. They will give you the best information about the area that you are interested in.
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Sun Jul 22, 2012
Rosemarie answered:
HI CENTER ST IS VERY NICE NO PROBLEMS! ARE YOU BUYING ON THAT ST CAUSE I AM LOOKING TO RENT . 2 OR 3 BEDROOMS LIVED IN ONE PLACE 20 YRS ... VERY CLEAN BUT IT DOES SEEM LIKE NO ONE WANTS A SMALL 2 POUND DOG 13 YRS OLD THAT GOES FOR HER WALKED,,, AND A CAT WHATS GOING ON IN FALL RIVER MASS THE GOOD THE CLEAN DOES GET ANYTHING GOOD ITS REALLY HURTS ALL THE GOOD PEOPLE CAUSE OF THE BAD.. WHAT A SHAME .. LOKING IN THE SOUTH END /////// TY IF YOU DID READ THIS GET BACK///// IF YOUR LOOKING FOR GOOD SAFE PLACE I AM WAITTING . THANKS ROSE ... more
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Wed May 9, 2012
Christine Moran Realtor & Notary answered:
You can call the dispatch and ask to check the property history for breaks. That is public info.
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Wed Jun 8, 2011
Brian J Cody Mass Real Estate Agent answered:
As an Landlord & property investor myself, I would recommend that you review the terms of the rental lease. A
rental lease can be either a "Tenant-at-Will lease" which means that you or the tenant have 30 day period prior to the next rental payment to provide a 15 day notice to Quit. You can request on the 15 day notice quit that you want the unit for personal use. I would also recommend that in the Purchase & Sales agreement that you stipulate that you want the unit free and clear of all tenants prior to closing. It would be best for you to consult with a qualified real estate attorney to review your situation. I wrote a common sense guide titled,"Mastering Property Management skills: Your Key$ to positive cash Flow". This guide is available to purchase on my web site at=> www.BrianJCodyauthor.com or at=> www.Amazon.com ... more
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