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Market Conditions in Strongsville : Real Estate Advice

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Kathleen Mon…, Real Estate Pro in Strongsville, OH
Sat Dec 28, 2013
Kathleen Montgomery answered:
Hello,
Yes, the association fee is $190.00 per month.
The fee covers Exterior Building, Association Insuranc, Landscaping, Property Management, Sewer, Snow Removal, Trash Removal, Water.

This is pretty standard for condominiums. There should be a fund that takes a portion of the maintenance fee to be used towards capital improvements such as roofs, siding, concrete etc. Anything of a major expense that a homeowner can be assessed for. The owner is usually responsible for windows and anything inside the unit.

I would be happy to show you this unit if you are interested or anything else in the Strongsvile or surrounding areas.

Thank You!
Kathy Montgomery
Russell Realty
(216)466-4442
kathymontgomery@roadlrunner.com
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Michael Smith, Real Estate Pro in Strongsville, OH
Thu Apr 28, 2011
Michael Smith answered:
Q: Is it a good time to sell in the Strongsville area?
A: This all depends on what quadrant you live in, style of home, price range, urgency, and your "next move".
For example: Currently, there is a pent up demand for the classic 4br 2.5bath Colonials in the $170,000-190,000 price range. The average market time is less than it has been in years and the list to sales price percentage is narrow…creating an advantageous sellers market. On the opposite side, there appears to be an over supply of homes over $300,000...however, if the seller can make up their loss in their next purchase...this may be a prudent move. We are seeing this price range swell in numbers and the demand is shrinking...thus causing prices to fall. This price range of homes is also seeing an increase of pre-foreclosures (short sales) and full foreclosures/REO (Real Estate Owned)
Strongsville remains to be a fiscally responsible city, with decent schools, and a positive vision with good leadership...thus maintaining a steady average market value.
Have a Realtor that specializes in Strongsville to do a Comparative Market Analysis to determine if you should sell or stay put
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Rita Legan, Real Estate Pro in Strongsville, OH
Wed Jul 8, 2009
Rita Legan answered:
Hello Ccinohio,
The recent comparable home sale's six month back preferably two to three months, apples to apples comparison, one mile from subject property or less is what the home is worth at that time the appraisal is done. Fred is right most recent selling prices. Not just Strongsville every local community.
Are you looking at foreclosures or short sale homes in Strongsville? These type sales are a seller's market within a buyer's market, buyer's are in multiple bid situations on these. or the case of short sales last buyer to hang in there get's it..
Hope you have some good luck soon and find the right home.

All the best,
Rita Legan ASP Realtor and eagent
440-227-4461
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