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Mon May 1, 2017
Petervadas asked:
Sun Mar 6, 2011
Terry Boyles answered:
I was raised in Old Brooklyn, and it is really a great place to live. It all depends on what you are looking for when it comes to the neighborhood and price range you are looking for. If you are looking in the area and would like help or have more questions- I am a pro in Brooklyn. ... more
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Thu Oct 16, 2008
Bob Kienast answered:
Northcliff has an older and a newer section. If this home is closer to Ridge Road and Ridge Park Square, something either side of $800 would be reasonable. However, with interest rates being what they are, and property taxes in the Old Brooklyn section probably fairly reasonable, there may be homes for sale that would get you close to that number for your mortgage and taxes.

Feel free to contact me directly.
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Sat Aug 23, 2008
Scott Godzyk answered:
Your best bet is to check with a local trusted mortgage broker, stay away from the internet companies. You can also check your state agency listings for your state housing finance authority who will offer these to the residents of your state. Good luck with your search Mike. ... more
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Sat Aug 23, 2008
Grace Gorenflo answered:
Hi Mike,

If you are planning to purchase a home in Ohio you should qualify for the Ohio Housing Finance Agency program for first time home buyers which offers down payment & closing cost assistance. Go to OHFAs website at Ohiohome.com to learn more. ... more
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Thu May 1, 2008
Tman answered:
Joe,

That's an extremely tough area for any investment right now ...

$95,000 "steals" are barely breaking $69,000 - and thats if they need -0- ... there is 300ish homes for sale in Garfield Hts and most have been siting 300 days+ ... 50% of the rehabs between State and Pearl north of 480 are still there from 2006, and most renters are moving into Lakewood (sad) for less $$..

Now is not the time to be throwing any dice in that area ..


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