Nokomis, FL, March 2, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Dairyland Inc., a Rhode Island-based corporation owned and managed locally, has purchased two local commercial properties in a 1031 exchange.
The first property is 1,537 square feet of flex space at 3449 Technology Dr., Unit 309, in Nokomis. It sold for $123,000.
Shortly thereafter, Dairyland purchased another 1,537 square feet, Unit 306 in the same development, for $129,000.
RE/MAX Alliance Group Commercial Associate Ivan J. Gould PA acted for the buyer. Janet Robinson of Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT and Troy Robbins of Robbins Commercial represented the sellers.
"The buyer is an active investor in industrial space and these acquisitions fit perfectly into his portfolio," said Gould. On the day of closing of Unit 306, Gould immediately rented the space to Mark Cauchon,
Gould specializes in commercial properties in the Sarasota County, Florida, area, including industrial, office and retail space. He has worked in banking and real estate since 1981, and holds a Master's in Business Administration (MBA) from Henley Business School in the United Kingdom.
Gould is an associate in the RE/MAX Alliance Group Sarasota office at 2000 Webber Street, and can be reached at (941) 323-9655.
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