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Thu Jun 7, 2012
Brianne Kroger answered:
Yes- the city buses run through Hyde Park, which is a neighborhood in the city of Cincinnati. Not sure which property you wanted tax info for? Email if you would like help with a specific property. Thanks!
Brianne.kroger@cbws.com
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Sat Jun 1, 2013
Shannon Crutchfield answered:
If there are a lot of them, yes it could. It would also depend on the outcome of the inquiries. It's best to consult with your mortgage consultant for questions like this.
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Tue Feb 28, 2012
babandi1 Ndiaye asked:
Sun Feb 17, 2013
Guy Ghanem answered:
I see a lot of these questions in different forms and sometimes you just have to wonder how many of these questions are posted by testers...

My recommendation to you is to drive the different areas in your city that interest you and compare what like. YOU will have to make the distinction of what's "best" for you. If you really want to know what's going on in an area, visit multiple times at different times of the day. Ask your friends/co-workers/family where they live and what they think.

Best of luck.
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Fri Aug 26, 2011
Finn Team answered:
Real estate agents in Cincinnati do not handle a lot of rentals or leasing.

I would check out www.cincyrents.com , they should have the information there to help you.

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Wed May 6, 2009
Paul_loefler asked:
I work on behalf of Trulia and I'm interested to know if anyone who is retired has been especially effected by the housing crisis. How has gone/about to go into foreclosure? Difficulti...
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Fri Apr 24, 2009
Sheri Mapes answered:
Hello Debbie,

Hope you are having a great day. Here is a link to see a map of the area. You can see a sports field and golf course in the center. You can also find the median income on this page to get an idea of this area. Scroll down this page and this will give you a lot of great stats on this neighborhood.
http://www.city-data.com/neighborhood/Paddock-Hills-Cincinnati-OH.html

If you would like some homes sent to your email from our MLS, contact me and I will get you started. Have a great day.

Happy House Hunting,
Sheri Mapes the "Cincy House Expert"
Coldwell Banker Realtor
(513) 253-7156 Cell
sheri.mapes@cbws.com Email
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Sat Sep 12, 2009
Mary Starkey answered:
It sounds like you would enjoy living in Oxford. Since it is a college town there are numerous resturants/shopping/entetainment and definitly for the young adult. But also look on the west side of Cincinnati in the Colerain area. That would be t he best proximity for your work. ... more
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Wed Mar 18, 2009
Dee Nofziger answered:
I've never noticed days on market as a criteria on any websites, however your local MLS will have that information available to all of its agents. I had a buyer recently who wanted that information for every listing we saw, so I would always print out the history to have on hand at our appointments. Sometimes days on market is helpful when it comes time to make an offer, as it could foresee a seller's motivation.

Keep in mind though, that it is often difficult to surmise the "true" days on market figure, as sometimes the history will only include the most recent listing timeframe and not show expired listing term lengths. In the current market, it could extend days on market by anywhere from 180 to 360 days.
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Thu Oct 16, 2008
Norma Palazzolo answered:
Great! Welcome to the area! My brother is a retired Delta pilot and his wife is a retired attendant. It is great that you are so open with what your will consider. I would suggest that you look to buy in Northern Kentucky or Indiana if you want a crash pad. Otherwise, I think Ohio is the better option. I suggest you get yourself a great Realtor to help you out. We have an office on the West side of Cincinnati covering Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. We have the best agents in any area. I suggest you contact Coldwell Banker West Shell for the absolute top in customer service, advise and assistance through the end of the transaction. Let me know if you would like a personal referral to an agent. I am only licenced in Ohio but can advise you in many ways. Call 513-827-8332 or email Norma.P@cbws.com ... more
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Wed Jun 4, 2008
Kevin Duffy answered:
There is most likely an area that she or you know friends or family. That is the best place to start.
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Fri Aug 1, 2008
Mary Anzalone answered:
my first question to you - how long do you intend on staying in this property? realisticly.
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