The non-greedy developer of S. California – Fruit from grapefruit groves in Temecula pays homeowners’ fees

Some may say Fleming is a patient man; others may see him as an entrepreneur with good business sense. Either way, he has harvested the fruit of his investment in the form of a working organic orchard with more than three-dozen homeowners living on it. They live in the midst of “the Groves” with a contract that states the trees on their land will offset their homeowners’ association fees.    Read the article…………


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