The Real Estate Round-Up

Our Fall River Series continues with the new SouthCoast Marketplace that is being built where the, now old, New Harbour Mall once was. This brand new Marketplace is about to put every other shopping around to shame. 

The marketplace will feature 2 dozen store fronts including a giant Market Basket, an Ulta Beauty, a PetSmart, 110 Grille, and a Picture Show movie theater to name a few. 

“We consistently heard from Fall River residents that they wanted to bring the theater back,” said Steven Cohen, president of the CEA Group told the Fall River Herald

“We spoke to several national theater companies that were interested in opening in this location, but we were most impressed with the Picture Show team.”

In addition to the excitement of a brand new movie theater, the 110 Grille is an American Cuisine restaurant that is a must in this area of the city. 

Unlike the other franchises in the area, 110 Grille is a fairly new restaurant, with the first one opening in 2014 in Chelmsford. Since then it has opened seven restaurants in Massachusetts and New Hampshire with two more opening soon in Haverhill and Braintree. 

The Ulta Beauty that was announced this past May had locals ecstatic about the beauty company finally getting a SouthCoast location. Ulta Beauty is a store that sells high-end cosmetics, fragrances, skincare and haircare products at prices that can only be considered a steal! 

The biggest store to open at the SouthCoast Marketplace though is definitely the Market Basket. This giant supermarket has some of the best prices you can find, and now locals don't have to drive all the way to New Bedford to get the deals! 

Other shops and restaurants announced for the Marketplace include T.J. Maxx, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Santander Bank, One Dollar Zone, Starbucks and Staples.

The marketplace is expected to open sometime this Fall!

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Posted by Chris Terry on September 17th, 2017 3:04 PM

There have been a lot of big and exciting things happening in Fall River recently, so we are doing a Fall River Series to highlight the best parts of this Southcoast city! 

The first post in this series will focus on arguably the most beautiful part of our city: The Waterfront. The Fall River Waterfront is home to many attractions including the USS Massachusetts at Battleship Cove, a few waterfront restaurants that always have a crowd on summer nights, and the new luxury apartments at Commonwealth Landing. 

The Battleship Cove is a Naval and Maritime Museum that is both an educational and fascinating way to spend a day. Kids love exploring the ship and learning how men and women used to protect our country from the decks of the massive ship. The Battleship is not only a museum though, they also host events on weekends that the entire family can enjoy. From watching 4th of July Fireworks on the deck of a navy ship, to fundraising events and parties the ship transforms into one of the most luxurious places to spend an evening. 

If a night on the Battleship isn't for you, then maybe a night with friends at one of the waterfront restaurants will be! The Cove Restaurant is one of the most finest restaurants in Fall River, with fancy drinks and a dress code. Inside the restaurant your table will perfectly be set with a white table cloth and wine glasses. For a more relaxed evening, go around back and ask to be seated on their back deck. The back deck has a live band every weekend and a bar with all kinds of drinks. 

Another fantastic place to spend a Friday night in the summer is the Tipsy Seagull. The Tipsy Seagull, and sister restaurant Tipsy Topoggan, are themed bars located on the Waterfront. Grab a drink at the nautical themed bar, or an appetizer inside the cozy cabin! 

Another exciting addition to the waterfront is the new Commonwealth Landing. The luxury building has expansive and newly renovated apartments. The top floors of the building have one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments. While the bottom floors are home to Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar, Clique Lounge, Brian Fox studio as well as offices, classrooms, a salon and an exercise facility fill the lower floors.

These apartments are sought after because of all of the amazing new things coming to this part of Fall River. From the comfort of their homes, the new residents could watch the Fall River Grand Prix as the super boats raced down the river. The Grand Prix took place August 26 and 27, and saw more than 10,000 people on both sea and land.

The Fall River Waterfront is quickly becoming the "it" place to spend a summer night, and we excited to see what else the area has in store! 
Posted by Chris Terry on September 8th, 2017 8:33 AM

414 Bay St, Fall River, MA
Beds: 3 Rooms: 5
Full Baths: 2 Sq. Ft.:1568
Garage: 0 Built: 2017
 Looking at new construction? Then take a look at this 3 bedroom, 2 bath colonial currently under construction. The kitchen will feature an island with pendent lights, granite counter tops, and an appliance package. Other features include forced hot air with central ac, hardwood and tile flooring, laundry on the first floor, 3 nice size bedrooms and more. Interior photos are of a similar home from the same builder. Call today!


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Posted by Chris Terry on July 27th, 2017 1:58 PM

Since 2015, Real Estate Brokers have been on high alert about a scam targeting agents and their clients. Criminals have been hacking into the email accounts of real estate agents and using the information gained to convince people into a fraudulent wire transfer. 

The scam goes like this: you’ll receive an email that appears to be from an individual legitimately involved in the transaction, informing the recipient-- often the buyer--that there has been a last minute change to the wiring instructions. The victims of this scam follow the new instructions and wire funds directly to the hacker’s account. The scammer’s account will be cleared out in a matter of minutes and the money is almost always lost forever.

This time of year is one of the busiest for agents when it comes to closing on homes, so this is exactly the time of year that we tend to see an increase in this type of scam. Though none of EZ Home Search’s clients or agents have been involved in the scam, we like to inform our buyers just in case.

If you do find yourself in the middle of this email scam, there are ways to prevent yourself from being a victim. These tips include:

  • If you receive a suspicious email, immediately contact all parties to all of your upcoming transactions and inform them of the possibility of this fraud. Attorneys, escrow agents, buyers, sellers, real estate agents, and title agents have all been targeted in these scams.

    If possible, do not send sensitive information via email.  If you must use email to send sensitive information, use encrypted email.

  • Do not trust contact information in unverified emails. The hackers will recreate legitimate-looking signature blocks with their own telephone number and website.

    Never click on any links in an unverified email.  In addition to leading you to fake websites, these links can contain viruses and other malicious spyware that can make your computer – and your transactions – vulnerable to attack.

  • Never conduct business over unsecured wifi.
  • If money has been wired via false wiring instructions, immediately call all banks and financial institutions that could possibly put a stop to the wire.
  • Contact your local police. 


Posted by Chris Terry on July 8th, 2017 11:02 PM

The 4th of July is right around the corner, and we have a list of some of the best Independence Day events happening on the Southcoast!



Fall River, MA

Every year a spectacular fireworks display is launched over the water near the Braga Bridge in Fall River. The magnificent show can be seen throughout much of the city, but the best seats are on the waterfront. For a unique experience that everyone in your family will enjoy, head over to Battleship Cove and grab your tickets for their 4th of July event. For just $8.00 per person, you can get a view unlike any other and watch the fireworks from the deck of the USS Massachusetts.

If you do not want to spend money in order to see the fireworks, then you can line up anywhere near the waterfront for an amazing view! And if you are looking for something to do for a 21+ crowd, The Tipsy Seagull and The Cove Restaurant on the waterfront are two great places to grab a dink before settling in to watch the show.

The display begins at 9:30 PM and will last about a half an hour.


New Bedford, MA

The New Bedford waterfront is one of the most underrated beautiful places in the area, and that beauty is just magnified during the annual 4th of July Celebration. The event takes place at 9pm and goes until about 9:30pm. Each year Mayor Jon Mitchell and the City of New Bedford present The Fireworks Spectacular. The fireworks can be seen from lower Union Street and Front Street.

The State Pier will not be open to the public, and parking is unavailable there on July 4th.The lower portion of Union Street will also be closed to vehicles to enable viewing for event-goers. Event-goers are encouraged to park at the Zeiterion and the Elm Street Parking Garages.



Westport, MA

The 4th of July parade in Westport is exactly what you can expect from the coastal beach town. From boats to tractors to fire trucks, the little parade is perfect for townies and tourists alike. The parade starts up on Main Road near Saint Johns Church, and ends at the Westport Junior/Senior High School. The parade begins around 9:30 AM and traffic will be stopped on Main Road at 9:15, so find your seats before then!


Bristol, RI

America’s oldest 4th of July celebration is right around the corner from us! Bristol, Rhode Island has hosted a celebration for 232 consecutive years, and they sure know how to celebrate! The parade begins at 10:30 AM at the corner of Chestnut Street and Hope Street and ends on High Street, between State Street and Bradford Street.

This parade is the biggest in the area, so give yourself plenty of time to park and find a seat along the route. It is also recommended that you bring food, water and sunscreen because it is a long parade and you will be sitting out for a while. For more information about what, and what not, to do at the Bristol 4th of July Parade click here

Posted by Chris Terry on June 29th, 2017 10:45 AM

Massachusetts is a beautiful state, with so many wonderful places to explore. is an entire site dedicated to all of the amazing places to see in Massachusetts, and this week Westport made the list. Horseneck Beach State Reservation was named as the “Most Beautiful Campground in All of Massachusetts.”

This stunning campground is a gem on the Southcoast.  With over 100 spots to pitch your tent, this campground is on of the most popular Oceanside campgrounds in the state. The reservation is a massive 600 acres, with both beach and wilderness to explore. Walk over 2 miles of beach with nothing but water and sand as far as the eye can see. Fall asleep to the sounds of the waves crashing against the shore, and the birds chirping in the early morning. 

This quiet spot in the middle of the quant country town is the perfect place to unplug from the world. Roast marshmallows over the fire at night, while the moonlight reflects off the water and illuminates your campsite. Come morning, enjoy a sunrise walk on the sand, or sleep in and spend your day laying on the beach. Your kids will have plenty to do, with plenty of space for sandcastle building and waves to splash in. The campground also has basketball and volleyball courts, ad well as a playground, so there is always something to do. 

The campground includes a full comfort station, with flush toilets and hot showers. Each individual campsite is also equipped with a picnic table and grill, so you can have a home cooked meal right on the beach. 

The campsites are located in the dunes just behind Gooseberry Neck, so you have the option of exploring that beach or heading down toward the sandier Horseneck beach just a bike ride away. 

To reserve your summer getaway, click here!  

Posted by Chris Terry on June 22nd, 2017 3:57 PM

June is always a busy month. Between graduations, end-of-year school functions, and the excitement of summer, Father’s Day can sometimes be pushed off to the side. If you’re like us, you’re just now trying to find something to do this Sunday to celebrate the most important man in your life. We made a list of our favorite Southcoast places to take Dad on Father’s Day!


Sagres Restaurant

Fall River, MA
Looking to take your dad out to a fancy dinner without breaking the bank? Then Sagres on Columbia Street in Fall River is the place to go. This Portuguese restaurant has nearly every dish your taste buds could desire. And with an atmosphere that feels more like a fancy Boston restaurant than a place in the heart of Fall River, you get the vibe of a trendy downtown joint with Southcoast prices.


The Head Town Landing Country Store

Westport, MA

This adorable country store on Old County Road in Westport is the perfect spot to spend a sunny Father’s Day morning. The little shop smells like brewed coffee and freshly made donuts, giving your nose a treat as soon as you walk through the door. The shop also sells ice cream and Dels lemonade, so if you don’t make it there until later in the day, your Dad still won’t be disappointed. Grab a seat by the river, and watch the ducks play as you enjoy your perfect little Father’s Day.


The Tipsy Seagull

Fall River, MA

Grab a drink with this Father’s Day at the Tipsy Seagull in Fall River. This waterfront bar and grill is a great place to spend a casual Father’s Day with Dad. The drinks are strong, the food is delicious, and the waterfront view is gorgeous. If you want a Father’s Day full of laughs, sun and food, then the Tipsy Seagull is for you!


Roger’s Coney Island Hot Dogs

Fall River, MA

Not much says Father’s Day more than sharing a hot dog with Dad! This classic hot dog stand on North Main Street has always been the go to place to grab a hot dog in this city. Two Classic Roger’s hot-dogs and fries: $6.50. The memories: priceless.


The Boat House

Tiverton, RI

This water front restaurant in Tiverton is a gem right in our backyard. Recognized as one of the Top Scenic Views in the United States by OpenTable diners in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, The Boat House is a great place to take your Dad this Father's Day. This restaurant serves some of the freshest New England seafood in the area, so the place is always packed with people. Pro tip: make a reservation a couple of days before so you don’t have to worry about the wait!



Posted by Chris Terry on June 13th, 2017 1:46 PM

Thinking back to my childhood, most of my favorite memories took place in the summertime. There was just something magical about the butterflies in the warm air and the days that seemed to last forever. This magic began to fade as I aged, but the memories of long, careless weekends splashing in the pool with my family are some I will never forget.

We want to share that magical feeling of summer with you and your kids, and that is why we’re giving away four tickets to Water Wizz in Wareham. Take a day off from work and just enjoy the smile on your children’s faces as they slide down the slides, and float through the lazy river. They will only be little for so long, so enjoy the time with them while they still believe in magic.

To enter to win, simply like our Facebook page and share our Summer Giveaway post below! 

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Posted by Chris Terry on June 6th, 2017 12:33 PM

We know that Memorial Day weekend is filled with parades and cookouts, but if you have any extra time this weekend, take a couple of hours to stop by the Battleship Cove in Fall River, MA.

This weekend admission is free for all US Veterans and active duty members from 9:00 through 5:00 PM. Even if you don’t have a Vet in your family, taking a moment to stop by to thank all of the brave men and women who gave their time to serving our country is a fantastic way to spend Memorial Day Weekend!

If you have a little bit more time on your hands, sign up for Nautical Nights Family Overnight on May 27th! For just $65.00 per person, you’ll get to spend a once in a lifetime experience with your family. Guests will enjoy “overnight accommodations, all-day admission, two meals and nautical themed activities.” Reservations are required and can be made by calling 508-678-1100 ext. 101/102 and all participants must be at least 6 years of age.

If spending a night aboard a Battleship isn’t up your alley, then maybe consider stopping in to simply observe the Memorial Day Ceremony with your family. On May 29th “remember, honor and celebrate those who gave their lives to ensure the freedoms,” with a “official commemoration ceremony with keynote speaker, Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Tracy, from the Naval War College.” 

At 12:00 PM experience a traditional military observance, honoring the fallen and their families with the raising of the American Flag and the 21-Gun Salute. This ceremony is open to the public free of charge.

While aboard the ship for the Memorial Day ceremonies, check out all of the museum’s exhibits including “A Sailor’s Life,” “USS Massachusetts BB59,” “USS Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. DD850” to name a few!




Posted by Chris Terry on May 25th, 2017 2:30 PM

45 Anthony St, Swansea, MA
Beds: 2 Rooms: 5
Full Baths: 1 Sq. Ft.: 668
Garage: 1 Built: 1951
 This adorable ranch style home has been well maintained over the years and is just waiting for a new family to call it home. Updates include replacement windows, roof and electrical service panel. This home features 2 bedrooms, hardwood floors, breezeway with attached garage, enclosed 3 season porch, and full basement with work bench and laundry. Perfect if your just starting out or if you are ready of downsize.

Great Opportunity!

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Posted by Chris Terry on May 10th, 2017 10:08 PM


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