What is the going rent in Ohio City for single family homes 3 bed/2bath-washer/dryer, turnkey and ready to rent. Garage...

Asked by Adam Glassman, Yonkers, NY Mon Mar 4, 2013

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Cecilia Sher…, Agent, Rocky River, OH
Tue Mar 5, 2013
Exactly Sean, solid reiteration! More information would be needed about the home to decide which end of the spectrum it's on. The area offers all conditions, styles, price ranges and sizes. Ohio City's location and history is attractive to many different types of renters...

Adam, do you currently own the property or are you considering buying investment property in the area? We deal with a lot of investors out of town who flip property to either rent or sell. Knowing which ones to invest in and which areas is key. Great income and ROI potential right now.


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440-781-8737
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Sean Payton, Agent, Cleveland, OH
Tue Mar 5, 2013
Single family homes for rent in Ohio City do vary, but due to the high demand for rental properties currently, I would say unless the property is in need of repair or not in good condition, $750-850 would be the minimum amount you could expect to pay for a property with those specifics. As Ohio City is a very small area, the amount of rent could vary street by street and those properties with the most amenities such as parking, a/c and updated kitchens and baths would garner even more monthly rent. Totally updated single family homes in certain areas could fetch as much as $1500 a month or more. Ohio City's proximity to downtown is attractive to professionals new to the city who are not sure when they are going to buy, but have the income to pay for higher end properties as a short term buying alternative.
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Cecilia Sher…, Agent, Rocky River, OH
Mon Mar 4, 2013
Hi Adam,

Rentals can vary in that area greatly. It really depends on what has been done to the home, square footage, amenities, exact location, etc. It can be anywhere from $600 all the way up to near $2,000 depending. On average, I'd say $850, but again that's without any knowledge of the home. If you'd like to discuss the property's specifics, we'd be happy to go over it with you. Feel free to contact us anytime. We know the area well and also deal with investment properties.

Cecilia Sherrard & Andrew Ginter
RE/MAX NE Ohio
440-781-8737
http://www.YouShouldOwn.com
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