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Anthony, Home Buyer in Cincinnati, OH
Tue Aug 6, 2013
Anthony answered:
I doubt if its still there but I went to Pleasant Ridge Elementary K-5 places like Hyde park, Silverton, Mt. Washington, and Blue Ash, are a good start Im planning to go back home next summer 2014 good luck ... more
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Dave Harcourt, Real Estate Pro in Cincinnati, OH
Sun Mar 17, 2013
Dave Harcourt answered:
Tweo agents in our company that can help you
Michael Hinckley Primary Phone: 513-533-8080 Secondary: 513-321-9944
Todd Blersch Primary Phone: 513-604-3138 Secondary: 513-604-3138 Other: 513-604-3138
Both agents work out of our Hyde Park office and are top rated agents with our company.
Thanks for asking
Dave Harcourt
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Shannon Crut…, Real Estate Pro in Cincinnati, OH
Sun Feb 17, 2013
Shannon Crutchfield answered:
Check out www.streetadvisor.com where you can search a city and break it down by different ratings such as "good for single people".
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William Fist…, Real Estate Pro in Cincinnati, OH
Wed Jan 2, 2013
William Fister answered:
Lindy,
As others have mentioned, good homes rent very quickly in this area of Cincinnati. Would suggest you become familiar with whats available now for lease, at what price point, so that when you do go out to look and lease, you will be comfortable with your decision. Have a definitive plan as to what you want, i.e. busy street or side street, fenced yard , dishwasher, first floor laundry or bedroom, etc, and how much you want to pay. If you do see something you like, the more quickly you can make a decision, the better chance for your getting that home. ... more
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Aubrey, Home Buyer in Dunwoody, GA
Thu Jun 7, 2012
Aubrey answered:
Thanks for all the helpful answers. Working out of Sydney, so hard to respond in EST business hours. Thanks again!
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Doug-Lona Le…, Real Estate Pro in Fort Myers, FL
Thu Sep 17, 2009
Doug-Lona Leugers answered:
In the Real Estate world everything is negotiable! Make any Real Estate Professional prove why they are worth what they charge. There are "Surveys" out there that say a Realtor will bring you 12% more on sales price than if you sold your home "For Sale by Owner". Statistically, I can't see how they could possibly come up with that number. I think the same house would have to sell twice in order to come up with that, however, there is truth to it. The key is to create "Demand" for whatever it is you are selling. The more demand, the higher the price. A good Real Estate professional should be able to demonstrate how they are going to create that demand for your home, as well as negotiate on your behalf. Good luck! ... more
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M, Home Buyer in Cincinnati, OH
Fri May 9, 2008
M answered:
My answer just dropped in the middle. As a resident of Hyde Park for most of my life and a Realtor in the area, days on market for Hyde Park homes are based on location within Hyde Park -- and list price. Realtors not familiar with the nuances of the community rely on the paper statistics -- but true residents and agents who actually work in the area know the statistics are not necessarily correct. If a property is on the best side of a street and is priced right, it should sell quickly. Many homes sell the day the sign goes in. Others are on the market so long they become "tired" on the market. When I list a Hyde Park property I counsel my seller client to price it to sell and an offer should be forthcoming within a 90 day listing period. ... more
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Andy, Home Buyer in Cincinnati, OH
Wed Feb 27, 2008
Andy answered:
Short answer - start browsing right away. But as for contacting a realtor and/or lender I would say about 2 months prior to lease end.
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