your best bet would be to contact the Preble County Historical Society and see if they have any recommendations, or check on the Dayton Board of Realtors' website to see ... more
Is this meant to be a question? Which listing are you referring to?
Thank you for clarifying.
Thank you for your question...so I am assuming that the home you purchase will be for you to live out of while you're not traveling for work, and also for your mom to li ... more
Hope you have better luck going forward. Do you have someone helping you? An agent/Broker I mean? It really should not take you that long to find a great home... U ... more
Yes, you get your earnest money (deposit) back if the seller does not accept your offer.
P.S. Ask about the FREE Sale GUARANTEE Plan and FREE Job Loss Mortgage Paymen ... more
I would say it depends on your plans. If you can wait to sell, that is what I would do and rent it out in the meantime. If you are in a situation where you can easily move whe ... more
I would be happy to meet with you and discuss your options. Depending on the level and complexity of your needs I may be able to help you personally. I am a local real es ... more
One place to look if you have not dome so alreasdy is the county auditors website. This site will give you the current owners name and possibly when it may be going up for au ... more
Since you are a seller as well as a buyer, you should ask your real estate agent to pull those for you. I checked on our local board of realtors' site, and see that your hou ... more
If you are concerned, then you should start by asking your landlord. Let them know that you have reason to be concerned. Has something happened to lead you to believe the h ... more