Has the market picked up a bit in Shaker Heights? Do you find that more relo buyers are starting to come out?

Asked by Laurie, Shaker Heights, OH Fri Apr 25, 2008

Have showings picked up recently?

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Susan Smith, Agent, Pepper Pike, OH
Thu Apr 9, 2015
There were a total of 618 properties on the market in the past year in Shaker Heights. The average single family home had 4 bedrooms/4 baths, was 2718 SF and sold for $270, 430 (95.2% of list) and was only on the market for an average of 119 days. The previous year, there were 615 properties on the market with the average single family home having 4 bedrooms and 4 baths, 2767 SF and sold for $259, 589 for an average increase of 4.17%. That is a solid improvement in price increase....market is definitely improving.
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Mark's Of Ex…, Agent, Chagrin Falls, OH
Fri Aug 28, 2009
Buyers in Shaker have definetly started to come around. We just listed a home on Huntington and have had 8 showings on it in under 10 days. Relo buyers for the Clinc, UH, and Case have started to come out in full force. They will even more in March, when the next round of residents start at the clinic and UH.
Web Reference:  http://MarksOfExcellence.Net
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Jeannine Dyer, Agent, Middleburg Heights, OH
Wed Apr 30, 2008
Yes this area seems to be doing fairly well in spite of the soft market. In Shaker Heights from the beginning of this year 383 homes are now on the market, down from over 550. 80 were sold and have closed, 27 are in a contingent status awaiting final approval to go into pending and 69 are in pending which means they are sold and waiting to file. From those numbers you can see that at the beginning of the year there were over 550 homes on the market for sale and now there are only 393. Homes are moving. As for relocation, I am still bringing clients in, but not at a record high as has been in the past. If you need additional information, please visit my website.
Web Reference:  http://jeanninesells.com
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