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Market Conditions in Warren County : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jun 13, 2014
Jeffery Ling answered:
Please contact me so I can find out what your looking for and your price point. You can email me at or call/text me at 513-900-7434 so we can talk. Thanks, Jeff
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Fri Sep 20, 2013
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
The monthly HOA is 186 a month. Would you like to see the property?
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Mon Aug 26, 2013
Don Brenneman answered:
Kristen, congratulations on the offer. It may be a little difficult to part with the 3% in this transaction, so maybe you can negotiate with the buyers on covering the fee for the agent. Please understand the agent has worked on the buyers behalf and it is customary for the agent to be paid for his/her services. To sell a product, whether a home or anything else, for this amount of money without having to pay a sales fee, is not very typical. I would be happy to provide some advice if needed. The help of a professional real estate agent can go a long way. Good luck with your decision. ... more
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Mon Aug 26, 2013
Don Brenneman answered:
This is a difficult question as there are many variables to consider when making this decision. A few things to think about are:
what is your price range
how much money are you putting down
how long do you intend to stay there
what types of amenities are important to you
Etc. Etc.
Mason is a great place to live, and a condo can be a great investment. Because of the local market, Mason is one of the areas, least impacted by the economic downturn in the last 5-7 years. This is a wonderful place to live and a great place to own property in, even if it is a condo or single family home. It's always nice to have options. Make sure you have an agent who understands the implications of your purchase decision, who will best represent your interests in the purchase.
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Mon Dec 29, 2008
Susan Morris answered:
Hi Kim,

I live in one of the developments in Springboro that you've mentioned. These are all very nice neighborhoods with great resale under the right conditions. If you buy well, then it's much easier to sell well.

Best of luck,

Susan Morris
Coldwell Banker Heritage Realtors
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Wed Aug 20, 2008
Larry Jebsen answered:
If I'm not too late. I know the Mason market very well. Our market is flat. What you paid for the home is probably still the price. to hold on for more would cost you mortgage , taxes, maintanance, utilities,etc. Pay the realtor fee and move on. You've done well. ... more
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Fri May 2, 2008
Tracy Johns answered:
I don't have the statistics on the Dayton area as they are in a separate multiple listing service than is Cincinnati. The absorption rate, which says how many months of inventory there are, in Greater Cincinnati is 9.8 months. A balanced market is one where there are 5-6 months of inventory. Keep in mind, location-location-location. Your best bet is to research the absorption rate in the specific community you're looking in.

Hope that helps!

Tracy Johns
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Wed Feb 13, 2008
David M. Childress answered:
Hello Kim, I hope you are using a local expert realtor. Only someone such as Mary Starkey , who answered this question, could really answer those questions. You see she had the numbers for you, but also, she probably could make a determination on a particular home, which could be very beneficial to someone like you! Good luck, David ... more
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