Are you looking for a rental I can the market is very tight right now there is very few properties to rent where are you looking in the Cleveland area I can probably give you a hand.
Michelle 216 333-5145
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You actually are quite the distance from Cleveland and may want to consider farther south.
Brecksville is a premier neighborhood and possibly Akron may have something for less.
Let us know how we can help and what your monthly allowance is...
The Makaryk Group LLC
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Given the state of the economy, it's natural for people to have a negative outlook on the real estate market. Many experts do believe that we haven't seen the end of the downturn yet, but if you're in a position to sell your property, I certainly hope this agent explained the benefits you will reap on the "buy" side when you purchase.
Right now, supply outweighs demand and with so many jobs being eliminated, downsized and lost on a daily basis, it's easy to see the glass as half empty. That being said, it's important to see the market for what it is; to understand it in your area and to accept what the market says your home is currently valued at.
Every market in the Cleveland metro area is different and in your area, if houses are selling and if you're willing to sell your home in the price range that is comparable to recent sales of homes similar to your own, then by all means sell! You will find yourself in a position to possibly purchase more home at a very reasonable price when you buy. I see this as a positive thing!
At some point, the market will start to creep back up. No one knows for sure when that will happen, but when you buy and the market levels off, you may just find yourself pleasantly surprised to see the value of your new home is worth more than you had anticipated.
On another note, if that's the one thing you remember most about the agent you interviewed; perhaps you should consider hiring another agent. I'm thinking they didn't make a positive impression on you, which may be reflected in your home selling experience.... more
I'd be happy to help you with what's on the market. You can search all rentals on my website, of you can simply email/contact me and I can send them to you. There is no fee to work with me, it's 100% free! I'd need to know more about what you're looking for so feel free to email or call anytime. (You can email me directly through my website on the "contact" link or on any property you're interested in.)
RE/MAX NE Ohio
I remember you! Generally the price per square foot calculation is skewed from neighborhood to neighborhood and is generally not the best way to look at the overall cost of a home. I'd have to ask, where is the house?
Also, on that 2500 sq ft they are quoting you, if you've got a two story family room or entry, find out if they are including both levels of the area or just the actual floor area in their square footage calculations. In my experience, some builders count that two story family room twice suggesting that the square footage counts even if it's not "livable" space. Each builder is different, so it's always best to shop around just like anything else!
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Wouldn't it be a better idea for you to visit and scope it out yourself;
Did you propose that a Realtor should stand there all day?
You could kill a couple birds with one stone;
you knowm maybe meet some new neighbors, etc. etc.... more
There are some recommended practices, but no hard and fast rules. Each Seller and agent can do what they deem best, whether it's to hold out for a high price longer than they should or start so low that the lenders really wouldn't approve it.
The practice I believe is best is to price the home at full regular market value for at least 30 days, after which regular drops until an offer appears.
If the seller has a Bank Approved price, I would start and stay there until an offer arrives.... more
After a home inspection if you find something like this you can walk away. The seller may or may not agree to reduce the price but you are also allowed to go back into negotiations and if the issues is not resolved you can walk away and receive any earnest money or money held for the property.... more