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Great Reason for Moving to a Small City

Great Reason for Moving to a Small City

Joseph Coupal - Friday, July 13, 2018

Abberly Avera, Manassas, VAHere's why choosing a small city is one you won't regret.

As bittersweet as it is to pack up and drive away one last time, remember that the world is your oyster. While some of your friends might be flocking to massive metropolises to start their post-college lives and careers, big cities aren’t the only option — and thank goodness for that!

Small cities have so much to offer every resident, but they’re especially well-suited to young people and new graduates. Here are 10 reasons moving to a small city after college is a choice you won't regret.

1. Less job competition.

Let’s start with one of the biggies: smaller cities make for less competition when it comes to lining up your dream job. This can also equate to better job security once you’ve landed the role you want. Plenty of major cities certainly have lots of career opportunities, but bustling urban centers aren't the only place to climb the ladder. In many cases, a smaller city is the ideal spot to start building your career — fewer people are vying for the same jobs, networking is easier, and there's often a general feeling of inclusivity and support in the professional community that you don't find in bigger cities.

2. More work-life balance.

When you land that dream job, you might find that a smaller city affords you more time, money and energy for a healthy work-life balance. Living in a big city with higher expenses and a culture that prizes overworking can mean tough compromises. In a smaller city, you’re a lot less likely to have to decide between making enough money for anything more than just squeaking by, and having enough downtime to pursue hobbies or spend time with friends.

3. A creative community.

Creative types thrive in small cities for a variety of reasons: cost of living is lower, it’s easier to find studio space, and the creative communities in small cities tend to be more collaborative than what you’d find in NYC, LA or Miami. Another bonus of all this creative energy? Even if you’re not drawn to creative pursuits yourself, you’ll benefit from all the coffee shops, boutiques, galleries and murals the artsy crowd brings along with them.

4. More affordable rent.

Compare your rent in a small (but still very cool!) city to the rent your friends in Manhattan are paying. Need we say more?

5. No sharing your favorite bar with a wall-to-wall crowd.

The same goes for your favorite cafe, yoga studio, or hole-in-the-wall dinner spot. Instead, you’ll be greeted by the same few regulars who know your name.

6. You can take a community leadership role.

You’re in a smaller pond in a small city. If you want to make a positive change in your community, your actions will have a bigger impact. The same goes for making a name for yourself in a local organization or city government, or even creating a whole new club or community group from scratch. Your actions have real power, and the possibilities are limitless.

7. Smaller clubs and groups.

If you want to explore a hobby (which is a great way to find new friends after college), you’ll benefit from more intimate gatherings with smaller groups. Whether your jam is a book club, a local sport or a church community, less crowded meetups will enable you to make connections faster and dive deeper into what you care about.

8. Hidden gems galore.

Quirky local joints, bizarre community traditions, and hidden gems are the hallmarks of small cities. Whether it’s a perfectly tucked-away dive bar or your neighborhood’s annual apple-bobbing contest, each discovery gives your city special character that you can’t find anywhere else.

9. New friends around every corner.

Large cities have high turnover. Transplants often stay for just a short amount of time before moving on to another metropolis, and the ones who stay are at risk of becoming jaded beyond their years. In a small city, your new friends are likely to stick around for more than a few months, which gives you a chance to build a tight-knit, enduring community for yourself. Making friends after college can be tough. Living in a small city makes it easier.

10. A more zen morning commute.

Cheers to less crowded public transit, shorter drives and more peaceful biking and walking paths.

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Virginia is a "Best State" to Live in 2018

Virginia is a "Best State" to Live in 2018

Joseph Coupal - Friday, July 06, 2018

Abberly Avera, Manassas, VADo you live in one of the best states in America?

You might think people across the nation like to think they live in the best place in the country. After all, you wouldn’t spend your lives somewhere that you truly didn’t love. Right? Not always. In fact, according to a Pew Research Center study not too long ago determined that almost half of Americans would rather live somewhere else than they do now.

Well, if you’re in one of the states we’re about to highlight, odds are you don’t want to go anywhere.

The purpose of this study is to use science to determine which of our great American states are the absolute best. While unbiased, this research does take into account factors that almost all Americans would agree are desirable. Therefore, while you may have strong opinions either way, you can’t argue against the methodology.

Turns out New Hampshire is the best state to live in the country. The worst? You might not be too surprised that New Mexico takes the cake.

Virginia is #5 on this List of the 10 Best States to Live in America for 2018.

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Manassas, VA 4th of July Fireworks, Parades And More

Manassas, VA 4th of July Fireworks, Parades And More

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, June 28, 2018

Abberly Avera, Manassas, VAHere's your complete guide to Fourth of July fireworks shows, parades and other festive events in and around Manassas.

July 4th is quickly approaching, which means it's time to fire up that grill, stock up on sparklers and find out what Fourth of July fireworks and festivities are going on near you this Independence Day. We gathered up all the fireworks shows, parades and festivals happening in and around our apartments in Manassas, VA so you can start planning how you'll celebrate our country's 242nd birthday.

Here's a look:

July 4 Celebration
What: Music, Food, Fireworks
Where: Signal Hill Park, Manassas
When: July 4, 2018 / 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

Celebrate America Rooftop Party
What: Entertainment, Games, Food & Drink, Fireworks
Where: Manassas Parking Garage
When: July 4, 2018 / 5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

Freedom Fest
If you're looking to tantalize all your senses heading into the Fourth of July, head out to Farm Brew Live, 9915 Discovery Boulevard in Manassas, June 29-July 1 for Freedom Fest. It's a three-day event filled with music, food and beer, among other beverages.

Dale City Independence Day
What: Parade, Family Fun Day
Where: Dale Blvd.
When: July 4, 2018 / 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.
Dale City's Independence Day Celebration is where you want to be this Fourth of July. Wake up early to get to Virginia's largest parade on Dale Boulevard. Afterward, head on over to Dale City Commuter Lot for Family Fun day. There will be games, food, and entertainment until 2:00 p.m.

Not on the 4th Fireworks
Where: Tim's Rivershore, 1510 Cherry Hill Road
When: June 30, all day and all night
Every year on the weekend prior to July 4th, Tim's Rivershore hosts a professionally managed fireworks show, launched from our barge in the Potomac River .Guests should plan to come early to secure a table at our Tiki Bar, outdoor seating area, or on our beach. Our location can be quite crowded for this event, and multiple shuttle buses will be running from Pope John Paul the Great Catholic High School (Location & Directions). A water taxi service from Occoquan to Tim's Rivershore is being operated by Rivershore Charters. Live music, food specials, and activities for the kids are always a part of this fun day at Tim's.

Fairfax's 52nd Annual Independent Day Celebration: July 4, 10 a.m.
4100 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax
A parade will loop around downtown Fairfax in the afternoon. As the sun sets, head over to Fairfax High School at 3501 Rebel Run, where there will be music and dancing as well as children's activities. On-stage entertainment begins at 6 p.m., and the fireworks show will begin after dark, which is around 9:15-9:30 p.m.

Workhouse Arts Center Fireworks in Lorton: June 30, 5 p.m.-10 p.m.
9518 Workhouse Way Lorton
The 30-minute fireworks show will follow a performance by the US Navy Band Commodores, the Navy's premier jazz ensemble. Visitors can enjoy local food trucks, craft beer, fine wine and non-alcoholic drinks.

Guests may bring blankets and lawn chairs, but coolers, outside food and beverages, and pets are not allowed. Admission to Workhouse Fireworks is free, while parking is $20 per car (cash only) at the Workhouse campus (enter via eastbound Workhouse Road).

Alexandria Birthday Celebration: July 7, 6 p.m.-10 p.m.
Oronoco Bay Park, 100 Madison Street, Alexandria
Alexandria celebrates America's 242nd birthday and Alexandria's 269th in one big celebration. Visitors can enjoy live music by the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra, patriotic birthday cake, food vendors and a dazzling fireworks display over the Potomac River.

Fireworks at Mount Vernon
3200 Mount Vernon Hwy

Independence Fireworks: June 29-30, 6 p.m.-9:45 p.m.
A fitting destination for Independence Day festivities is the first president's mansion. Watch fireworks choreographed to patriotic music. Cost with a mansion tour is $35 for adults, $25 for youth; without mansion tour is $30 for adults and $20 for youth.

An American Celebration at Mount Vernon: July 4, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Visitors will flock to Mount Vernon to see daytime fireworks over the Potomac River, cannon fire and military re-enactments. The cost is included in admission to the estate.

Vienna Fireworks: July 4, 7:15 p.m.
Yeonas Park, 1319 Ross Drive SW
Enjoy Vienna's annual fireworks show starting at 9:30 p.m. Beforehand, Mars Rodeo will provide musical entertainment, and the Vienna Little League concession stand will sell food and drinks. Attendees should bring their own chairs and blankets for the shows.

National Independence Day Parade: July 4, 11:45 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Constitution Avenue NW from 7th Street NW to 17th Street NW
Marching bands, fife and drum corps, floats, military units, giant balloons, equestrian, drill teams and more celebrate Independence Day in this patriotic, flag-waving, red, white and blue celebration of America's birthday.

A Capitol Fourth: July 4, 8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol
Co-sponsored by the National Park Service and the National Symphony Orchestra, join Jimmy Buffett and the Broadway cast of Escape to Margaritaville, pop superstars the Temptations and the Beach Boys, country music star Luke Combs, host John Stamos, and many more as they honor our country's 242nd birthday. Gates will open at 3 p.m.

DC Fireworks Display: July 4, 9:09 p.m. - 9:27 p.m.
National Mall
Independence Day culminates with a spectacular fireworks display over the National Mall. The fireworks will be launched from the area of the Reflecting Pool, and will be visible from many locations throughout D.C. and Northern Virginia. The fireworks will be cancelled in case of heavy rain, thunderstorms or high winds.

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Virginia: A "Best State to Retire"

Virginia: A "Best State to Retire"

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, June 21, 2018

Abberly Avera, Manassas, VAYou’re really going to do it. You worked your last day, you ate the cake and you decided to move to the best retirement spot in America. Next question: Where is that?

Bankrate looked at costs, weather, health care, crime, taxes, cultural amenities and a few other things important to seniors and have determined the best 10 places to retire.

Before you start packing, find out if you’ll need snowsuits or swimming suits.

Virginia is for lovers of affordable prices, communities where you can feel safe and relatively pleasant weather year-round. The fall foliage in the Shenandoah Valley is an annual treat, spring brings cherry blossoms, and in summer you can hit the state’s Atlantic beaches.

#6 Virginia Scores highest for:

  • Cost of living
  • Relatively low crime rates
  • Weather

For more information on apartments in Manassas, VA, contact Abberly Avera.

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Should Active Military Rent or Own?

Should Active Military Rent or Own?

Joseph Coupal - Friday, June 15, 2018

Abberly Avera, Manassas, VADeciding when to take the home-buying plunge can be tough. For military members and their families, the unique nature of their service often adds a new layer of consideration.

Here are a few key things to consider.

1. Frequent relocation

Active-duty military personnel move frequently, often once every two to three years. Prospective buyers should be comfortable with the idea of turning around and reselling a property or renting it out—and the possibility of neither of those coming to pass.

Talk with real estate agents and other experts to get a feel for the local housing market and near-term trends. You might have no problem selling the home or finding renters in your particular community, but there are no guarantees.

Even if your Permanent Change of Station (PCS) moves you across the country, you’re still on the hook for that new mortgage payment. Short sales and foreclosures can wreck your credit and put home buying out of reach for years. So it’s not a decision to take lightly.

2. Costs of renting vs. buying

Do your homework, and get a clear sense of what’s likely to cost more. Paying a mortgage is may be cheaper than renting in some U.S. markets, but every buyer’s situation is different. A good lender can help you get pre-approved and run realistic affordability numbers.

Keep in mind homeownership comes with costs that renters don’t typically face, like maintenance, lawn care, appliance repairs, and more. And buying with $0 down means you’ll start life as a homeowner with little to no equity.

3. Wants and needs

Homeownership offers a lot of freedom, but it also comes with significant responsibility. Take stock of your priorities to see where you land. How important is it for you to personalize your space? Do you enjoy home and yard maintenance? How do you feel about paying for them?

Owning a home means you can’t call the landlord to fix a broken pipe or replace the water heater. Renting means you’re building equity for someone else.

In the end, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer. Buying a home evokes thoughts of long-term stability that are sometimes at odds with the unpredictability of the military lifestyle.

Still, there’s something to be said for the sense of pride and independence that come along with homeownership. Think long and hard about what’s right for you, and get good information from experts you trust.

For more information on apartments in Mannassas, VA contact Abberly Avera.

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It Cost More to Own vs. Rent in Virginia

It Cost More to Own vs. Rent in Virginia

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, June 06, 2018

Abberly Avera, Manassas, VAOwning a home is often considered the American dream — and it's an expensive one. Homeowners in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., pay from 33% to 93% more for housing each month than do renters living in the same state, according to a new NerdWallet analysis.

But many homeowners reap benefits that you can't get from renting, such as financial security and stability, tax deductions and a vehicle for retirement savings. 

While renting can't offer those long-term financial benefits, it's cheaper to rent on a month-to-month basis, the analysis found. If you're wondering how to save money for a down payment, renting can help you build that nest egg — but in extremely expensive or competitive markets, renting might be better for the long haul.

To determine the monthly homeownership premium — the additional cost of owning instead of renting, expressed as a percentage — NerdWallet compared 2015 American Community Survey data from the U.S. Census Bureau for the median gross rent and median homeownership cost in each state and Washington, D.C. Median gross rent includes the costs of monthly rent and utilities for all kinds of rental properties, and median homeownership cost includes monthly mortgage payments, real estate taxes, insurance and utilities.

This comparison doesn't include the down payment required to buy a home, which is traditionally 20% of the home price for conventional mortgages, but is lower for FHA or VA loans.

Key takeaways

Owning is more expensive everywhere. Across all 50 states and Washington, D.C., it costs more each month to own a home than to rent. The median cost people pay nationwide to own a home is 54% more than the median cost to rent each month.

The smallest difference is still a third more to own. The state where the premium to own a home is lowest is Florida, where it costs a median of 33% more to own than to rent. The states with the next lowest premiums are Colorado (40%) and Arizona (41%).

In some states, the cost of owning far eclipses renting. In New Jersey, the state with the highest homeownership premium, the median monthly cost of owning is nearly double that of renting (93%). The next most expensive places to own are Rhode Island, where the median homeownership cost is 84% higher than renting, and Connecticut, where owners pay a median of 82% more than renters each month for housing.

Here's how much more it costs to own vs. rent each month in Virginia - 48%.

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Manassas is a Top Place to Live in Virginia

Manassas is a Top Place to Live in Virginia

Joseph Coupal - Friday, June 01, 2018

Abberly Avera, Manassas, VARecent rankings from Niche break down the best places to live in Virginia, and both Manassas Park and Manassas made the list.

Where's the best place to live in Virginia? That depends on who you ask, but a few short months ago Niche.com ranked both Manassas Park and Manassas, suburbs of the nation's capital, as best places to live, respectively, in the Commonwealth.

Here's what one resident had to say about Manassas Park: ". . .I've been in Manassas Park for nearly all 24 years of my life . The city sits on a major VRE station that attracts government employees to move their families here. The population is incredibly diverse. Its fully-accredited school system was good to me and my siblings."

And here's what one resident had to say about Manassas: ". . .I have been living in Manassas now for over 10 years and I have seen it blossom over time into an absolutely wonderful place to settle down and raise a family. I live just a few minutes outside Old Town Manassas and I have only good things to say about it!"

The ranking looked at several factors, such as public schools, a family friendly environment, crime and safety, diversity and housing.

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Reasons Why Military Should Not Buy A House

Reasons Why Military Should Not Buy A House

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 24, 2018

Abberly Avera, Manassas, VARenting can be less expensive outright: Depending on the market trends on your area, you might be able to find a great rental for significantly less than a mortgage payment.

Houses cost more than they seem: Sure, there is the purchase price of the house -- and you're probably smart enough to calculate insurance and taxes into the total mortgage price. What is hard to calculate are all the other costs: window coverings, and extra insulation, grass seed, new furnaces, decorations, and all the other expenses that come with owning a home. You can say that you'll skip all that stuff, but you won't.

Things break, and housing won't come fix them: Keeping up with broken stuff can be tiring and expensive. And it is the last thing you need when dealing with extra stressors like deployments.

Orders are never written in stone: You know it's true. Those three year orders that actually last six months - not an urban myth. You never, ever know how long you are going to live somewhere. And knowing how long you will live somewhere is an important part of knowing whether a home purchase makes financial sense.

Sometimes houses don't rent or sell, even when they should: It is true that you can always find someone to rent or buy your house if the price is low enough. However, usually you are hoping that the price is at least enough to cover your costs. There are no guarantees, even for the most perfect house in the best school district around.

House prices don't always go up: Most have probably figured that out after the last few years. However, it can still be surprising for a generation who has experienced amazing increases in real estate values. Having an underwater house is a nightmare - you can't sell it because you owe more than it is worth, and you are stuck. Stuck is bad.

It is no fun to pay for a house in which you don't even get to live: There are more than a few people paying for empty houses back in the States. Their budgets are not fun. There's no eating out, no traveling, no souvenir shopping.

Tenants don't care for your house the way that you would: First, there is the economic side to this. Messed up houses cost money to fix. Then, there are the emotions. If you've gotten attached to a house, it can be physically painful to see that someone has not cared for it. And, the truth is, a tenant is almost never going to take as good care of a house as you would.

You can't always get leave to go deal with problems, and even if you can, who wants to use their leave dealing with a house? Flying 3,000 miles to go sell a house is not a good vacation. Neither is flying 3,000 miles to put in a new kitchen floor. In theory, a good property manager will make owning a rental property easy. The reality is that sometimes stuff is going to happen and it is going to need your personal attention.

Economic issues are the number one cause of marital problems: Maintaining a marriage in the military is hard enough. Who needs the stress of financial problems, too. Marriage is more important than owning a house.

Security clearances are affected by financial issues: While the security clearance folks have been stressing that a single real-estate related issue should not be enough to affect your security clearance, it sure doesn't help. If your job in the military requires a security clearance, you have extra incentive to make sure that your financial records stay neat and tidy.

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Veterans Shop Tax Free

Veterans Shop Tax Free

Joseph Coupal - Friday, May 18, 2018

Abberly Avera, Manassas, VAHey veterans, you can soon shop tax free.

Starting later this year, all honorably discharged veterans, no matter their branch of service, will be eligible to shop tax-free online at the Army & Air Force Exchange Service with the same discounts they enjoyed on base while in the military. It’s the latest way in which the organization is trying to keep its customers as the armed forces shrink and airmen and soldiers buy more for delivery.

Adding 13 million potential new customers will give extra ammunition to the group that runs the stores on U.S. Army and Air Force bases worldwide as it fights Amazon and other retailers for veterans’ online shopping dollars.

Since hiring its first civilian CEO five years ago, the Exchange has upgraded the brands at base stores to include items like Disney toys, Michael Kors fashions and other top names. Like private stores, it’s also imposed tighter cost controls, reduced the number of employees and improved people’s experience on the website.

“The intent is to really beat Amazon at their game because we have locations literally on the installations,” said CEO Tom Shull. “We’re leaning toward not just ship-from-store but pick-up-from-store and eventually deliver-from-store.”

The Exchange is adding shipping centers within its stores to allow it to send products directly from those locations more cheaply and quickly. Twenty-six stores now ship orders, and that will expand to 55 by the end of the year.

Within the next three years, Shull said the goal is to deliver something on base within two hours of when it is ordered. That’s possible partly because the Exchanges are already on base, cleared by security.

The Exchange delivers most orders on the second day now. Shull said shipping from stores will make a big difference in regions around bases, which are often in more rural areas.

Expanding online shopping to all honorably discharged veterans is expected to add about $200 million annually within three years to the $8.3 billion in sales the Exchanges generated last year.

Adding those shoppers, what Shull called “the foundation of our growth,” is critical to help offset the 13 percent decline in the number of active-duty Army and Air Force soldiers since 2011 when the Exchange generated $10.3 billion revenue.

“It’s a modest benefit, but it can save you thousands of dollars a year,” said Shull, a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy who served in the Army for a decade before starting a retail career at chains including Macy’s.

Former Marine Forrest Cornelius was among the first to sign up at the verification website when it launched in June, and got a chance to start shopping early to test it out. The 51-year-old was impressed by the site and a deal he found on Ray-Ban sunglasses.

“The biggest thing is price. They’re always going to be a little bit cheaper,” said Cornelius, who lives in Dallas.

But competing on price in today’s retail environment is increasingly difficult, said Edward Jones analyst Brian Yarbrough. Just look at how much trouble Walmart has competing with Amazon, he said, because Walmart has the fixed costs associated with its stores.

“To think you’re going to compete on price, you’re going to have a hard time there,” he said.

Under Shull’s leadership, the Exchange stores have traded their industrial feel and reliance on off-brand merchandise for a more modern look featuring well-known labels.

Two-thirds of the main Exchange store at Offutt Air Force Base resembles any department store, with prominent displays of name-brand makeup, Nike fitness gear and Carter’s clothes for kids. The rest is filled with the kind of electronics, appliances, housewares and toys found at Walmart or Sears, with major brands in every section.

The Exchanges don’t pay rent for their military base locations, and the government transports some of their supplies and goods to far-flung locations, but otherwise they operate mostly like an independent retailer. Roughly two-thirds of the employees are family members of soldiers or airmen.

The Exchange, which is part of the Defense Department, reported earnings of $384 million last year. That’s a sharp contrast from five years ago when Shull arrived to projections of $180 million in losses.

Of last year’s profit, $225 million was returned to the defense department to help pay for quality-of-life programs on bases like child development and fitness centers. Besides the main stores, the Exchanges also operate more than 70 movie theaters and bring in franchise restaurants and other vendors for the shopping malls it operates on bases.

Shull feels those are good reasons for the new online shopping privileges to draw veterans to do their shopping there.

“Veterans value the cost savings and what they can do to support the military,” he said.

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Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments in Manassas, VA

Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments in Manassas, VA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 10, 2018

Abberly Avera, Manassas, VAAbberly Avera Apartments are located in Manassas, VA. In a prime location close to Washington D.C. and Maryland just off I-66 and close to I-95 and I-495.. Come find 1 and 2 bedroom luxury apartment homes in the most convenient location!

  • Brand New!
  • Oversized Closets
  • Invigorating Pool with social shelf
  • The A Lounge with Shuffle Board, Foosball and Vintage Arcade Games
  • Outdoor Gathering Pavilion Area, Gas Fire pit, and Grilling Kitchen
  • Adrenaline Cardio and Strength Studio
  • Gourmet Kitchens
  • 9' and 10' Ceilings w/ Triple Crown Molding
  • Stylized Fitness room with Fitness on Demand
  • Bark Parks
  • Vibrant Clubhouses With 4K Ultra HD Smart TVs Throughout

Abberly Avera Apartments represents a new style of living in a beautiful, neighborly community with upscale offerings, unmatched location and easy access to life’s necessities including Bristow Shopping Center, 2 Silos Brewery Company, or residents can absorb the local charm of the area by dining local, playing outdoors, or visiting Historic Downtown Manassas. Enjoy living in spacious apartment floor plans with 9 and 10 foot ceilings and gorgeous crown molding. Take in a stress-relieving dip in the resort stlye pool while enjoying the grilling areas or work out in on of the fully equipped, state-of-the-art fitness centers. Meet up with friends or check e-mail in the beautiful clubhouses with cozy lounge areas, billiards, big screen TV's and social area. At Abberly Avera, it's how you live that matters.

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