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Market Conditions in 44144 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Mar 12, 2013
Cecilia Sherrard answered:
Not completely sure of your question, whether it's for this house or the Parma area. Feel free to give us a call so we can discuss this home and answer all of your questions. We're always available and glad to help!

Cecilia Sherrard & Andrew Ginter
440-781-8737
RE/MAX NE Ohio
http://www.YouShouldOwn.com
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Mon Nov 19, 2012
Martin Handfinger answered:
Lising shows as PENDING/EXPIRED. This usually means that the offer is "in the works" and probably will close.

Please contact me for similar properties that are currently active.
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Wed Oct 3, 2012
Schalanda Wheeler asked:
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Sun Sep 9, 2012
Tim Cunningham answered:
Catherine

Contact me at your convenience for a free no obligation CMA
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Sun Feb 22, 2015
Dominic Picione - The Incorvaia Team answered:
In addition to the tax value of a home, the property tax amount will depend on the location of the home, and if there are any additional tax assessments on the property.

Do you have a specific home in mind?

Please give me a call to discuss...

Dominic Picione
Keller Williams
440-390-9510
dominicrealtor@aol.com
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Sat Jul 9, 2011
Gerard Carney answered:
I would think that the standard 5-7% would be the norm, but you can negotiate! never hurts to try, but if you find a good Realtor, don't lose them over a commission squabble!
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Wed Feb 9, 2011
Jonas answered:
Hi there!

I'm sorry to report no. If there were a way to project value we would all be rich!!! Nobody knows what a market will or won't do. It's nearly impossible to forecast two years from now.... much less 15.


All the best!

Jonas Mancuso
Remax Iny'l
www.talktohouston.com
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Mon Dec 20, 2010
Doris & Michael Wright answered:
Hello Borron,
I will send you a detailed report on what has rented in the last 6 months through the MLS so you can get an idea. This is a popular area, and there are many homes at great prices. The taxes, however, are a bit higher than other communities, so you will need to build that into your rent.
email me directly at :
dorish2o@aol.com

I will send you sponsored (by me) Listingbook account so you can search the MLS just like a realtor with no restrictions. I will also send you the MLS report.

Thanks, Doris & Michael Wright
440-231-0977
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Mon Dec 6, 2010
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
I think it will depend on your local market, however, I can tell you that here in New Jersey the market IS coming back. It's still something we have to look at on a town by town basis, but in many communities, especially the more 'up scale' communities, prices have stabilized and both the number of sales and the average sale price have gone up. Number of sales has increased fairly significantly and average sale price slightly. Historically, where the more affluent communities lead, the others follow.

We are not expecting a surge, but a slow and steady return to a more normal market is anticipated.
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Wed Jul 7, 2010
Christopher P. Bunnell, P.A. answered:
Kurt:

I'm a realtor in Orlando. I don't know the answer to your question, but can put you in touch with someone who can. I have a large network of realtors at my finger tips.

If you don't hear back from anyone, just drop me a line and I'll be sure to have someone in Cleveland get back to you.

Thanks,

Chris Bunnell
Watson Realty Corp
chrisbunnell@watsonrealtycorp.com
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Mon Feb 15, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
Opinions are subjective--If you are not familiar with the area it's time to visit--visit neighborhoods more than once and at different times of day; look at everything that is of importance to you, chat with locals, check out shops, dine at a local eatery, etc., then make a determination, will your comfort level be reached. ... more
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Sat Apr 11, 2015
Sue Gabriel answered:
Each realtor is different, and yes, you can always ask to negotiate their commission. And you're right, the services are valuable, as there is much that goes into selling a property! But please, don't worry about offending anyone...it's certainly within your right to shop around!

If you'd like a 2nd (or 3rd or 4th) opinion, please give me a call!
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Thu Jun 20, 2013
Heather Srodek answered:
Hi Lisa,

Given the state of the economy, it's natural for people to have a negative outlook on the real estate market. Many experts do believe that we haven't seen the end of the downturn yet, but if you're in a position to sell your property, I certainly hope this agent explained the benefits you will reap on the "buy" side when you purchase.

Right now, supply outweighs demand and with so many jobs being eliminated, downsized and lost on a daily basis, it's easy to see the glass as half empty. That being said, it's important to see the market for what it is; to understand it in your area and to accept what the market says your home is currently valued at.

Every market in the Cleveland metro area is different and in your area, if houses are selling and if you're willing to sell your home in the price range that is comparable to recent sales of homes similar to your own, then by all means sell! You will find yourself in a position to possibly purchase more home at a very reasonable price when you buy. I see this as a positive thing!

At some point, the market will start to creep back up. No one knows for sure when that will happen, but when you buy and the market levels off, you may just find yourself pleasantly surprised to see the value of your new home is worth more than you had anticipated.

On another note, if that's the one thing you remember most about the agent you interviewed; perhaps you should consider hiring another agent. I'm thinking they didn't make a positive impression on you, which may be reflected in your home selling experience.
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Thu May 1, 2008
David Williams answered:
Parma is one of the more active areas of Cleveland right now for real estate sales. I believe in the last two weeks there were around 45 Pending/Contingent contracts out. I do not recall how many, if any, were on the streets mentioned above. If you would like assistance searching for a home in this area or possibly assistance selling your home, feel free to call me. My direct number is 216-276-4297 or you can visit me online at the below website. Good luck! ... more
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Thu Mar 6, 2008
Don Bush Team answered:
Ask an INVESTMENT Realtor to see, or give me numbers, and I'll calculate for you.
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Sat Feb 9, 2008
Bob Kienast answered:
We have recently researched this exact area for a client who recently bought downtown. We believe that builders will be more careful in pricing the condos that will be built downtown. But we do believe that as the flats continue to be redeveloped, and more expensive property becomes available, that it will help the value of the current inventory of condos in the area.

It is impossible to gauge the over all interest that the area will generate, but early returns seem to be positive.
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Mon Dec 6, 2010
Bob Kienast answered:
There are over 500 properties for sale in the 44105 zip code, and it covers a WIDE variety of homes. I would be happy to run some preliminary numbers for you if you could e-mail me some details. !! ... more
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