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If you bought it looking to make 10% and you've made 30%, I'd sell it, pat yourself on the back and count your blessings. Personally, I tend to get in trouble when I stray from my plans.

Speaking of which, I have a bit and I'm holding, since I bought it as a long-term hold. Though it is hard to see a catalyst that would propel it above pre-covid levels. They have a property down the street from me that I think they have done a nice job sprucing up, and it is getting a lot of traffic. But not more than pre-covid.
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