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Zidanechung, Home Buyer in California

Which part of Cleveland aree attractive to buy to let ?

Asked by Zidanechung, California Tue Apr 24, 2012

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There are a lot of areas of Cleveland/suburbs to look at for purchasing. Cleveland and its metropolitan areas are wonderful. We have so many things to do here (it's NOT California, though!!)
We have the world-reknowned Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland Indiana, Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Browns. We have University Circle with all its museums, including the (again) world-reknowned Cleveland Museum of Art (second to MOMO in NYC), Cleveland Rock Hall of Fame, Playhouse Square -- first run theatre productions, the Cleveland Playhouse (oldest Regional Theatre in the country - Tom Hanks got his start here...comes back every year that they hold a Fundraising Major Event), the world famous Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, and Case Western Reserve University with its major Med School, and Law School, and Social Work School. we have at least 6+ famous (world famous!) chefs with restaurants here...one of which is Michael Symon, an Iron Chef. We have the Great Lakes Brewery, which is wonderful....the West Side Market....new construction going on in all the downtown areas to incorporate city living....Cleveland is on a roll!!

It's best to come here and also have a tour. I always take my out-of-town buyers around the town first. People are surprised that Cleveland is NOT what they have heard! Yahoo Voices (you can google it) had a grand article about "Cleveland...the Comeback City...." Tells a lot.

There's east side/west side. Each area has something for everyone. Come see it! Then make your choice!

Tari Sweeney
216-329-4493
RE/MAX Traditions
tarits@adelphia.net
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