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Property Q&A in Broadview Heights : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Aug 13, 2014
Dwayne Helkowski asked:
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Tue Oct 16, 2012
Cecilia Sherrard answered:

We'd be happy to show you this property or any other that you're interested in. We're 100% free to work with as buyer's agents and never charge, "processing fees." Contact us anytime, we look forward to assisting you.

Cecilia Sherrard & Andrew Ginter
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Mon Apr 30, 2012
Duane Johnston answered:
I wouldn't subscribe to realty trac. All auction information will be posted on the sherriff's site for that county. This home may have just gone into foreclosure and could be some time before it does go up for auction, sometimes up to 2 years or longer. Keep an eye on the sherriff's site and you will know when ever this home is up.
Good Luck,
Duane Johnston,
Howard Hanna Real Estate
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Fri Jan 20, 2012
Karen Leheney answered:
Hi, I am an agent in Broadview Heights as well as I have lived here my whole life. Please call me so I can show you this home or any other you may like. I am looking forward to helping you find a home.. Thanks Karen Leheney, Howard Hanna, 440-476-2422 ... more
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Mon Jul 18, 2011
Tim Cunningham answered:
That property has been off the market since June 2011. Any similar properties ofinterest to you let me know - be glad to assist you.
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Sat May 28, 2011
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Latorya traditionally you are better off renting and improving your credit to qualify for a home loan. There are some homes available in most areas where the seller will rent to you for a 2-3 year period and then you have to purchase the house. In my area sellers are looking at lease options. In this type of propgram there are 2 elements. The option contract that gives you the right to purchase the home at a specified date for a predetermined amount of money. The second part is a traditional lease. When the option period is up if you do not exercise the option and purchase the home you lose your option fee.
The problem with a rent to own where the renter/buyer has no money to lose if they do not buy is that the renter/buyer has no incentive to make sure that they are working being able to get a traditional loan in the future.
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Fri Jun 5, 2009
John Wirsing answered:
Hi B-
It's hard enough finding the right home now, especially if you have one to sell.
I have a couple of things that may be of special interest to you.
First, I have my Round-trip Loyaly Clause. When you list your home with me and buy your next home through me, YOU SAVE!. Clients that list & sell their home with me, will save thousands of dolars when they buy their new home, using me as their Realtor. Clients have saved more on their newly purchased home than they paid in commissions on the Selling side.
Next, I can set you up ona tailor-made home search program You have run into one of the great frustrations of internet shopping for homes.
There are so many websites, with so much incorrect information out there.
If you would like I can offer you a FREE service that will provide a customized home search with information fed DIRECTLY from the MLS.
This search will provide you with ALL of the listings from ALL Real estate Companies that are members of the MLS.
You will receive updates WHENEVER a new property comes on the market or when there is a PRICE CHANGE on an existing listed home.
You will be UPDATED daily.
You will be able to organize the listings to keep those that you have an interest in & reject those that suit your needs.
We can define this to suit the specific PRICE range, AREAS of interest, Type of homes, etc.
This FREE service will save you time, money and perhaps most importantly, save you frustration.
If you feel that this no-obligation, free service could help you, please call me at 440-487-2193 or e-mail me at
Best of luck,
John Wirsing
Keller Williams Realty
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Sat May 16, 2009
Rita Legan answered:
Hello Glenn,
How are you? You don't have to wait for an open house to view this property. In fact you probably shouldn't even though you may just be looking I would be more than happy to schedule an appointment for you so you can browse the property unquestioned. I see you say you are also a seller.
Do you have your home on the market yet or just thinking about it? I offer a free home evaluation tool
that is Free, No Obligation and goes to your email, so you don't even have to speak to anyone.
If you would like to see this Mackintosh home just email me at and I can set the appointment for you ASAP. I look forward to hearing from you, and hopefully meeting you and yours at some point soon.
All the best,
Rita Legan ASP Staging Realtor and eagent
Just go to and click on free home evaluation!
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