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Tue May 1, 2012
Scott Baker answered:
Don't take this as bona fide legal advice, but the only way I've ever been able to ask a tennant to move within that time frame (3 day notice) was when my tennants were in violation of the lease and were not taking steps to become back in compliance with the lease. A three day notice to vacate has to be consipiciously posted on the property and that if the tennant does not move out within those 3 days, an eviction request will be filed (Forcible Entry and Detainer). A court date set and if the court agrees with the landlord and the court sets a move out date....

THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE.... you should consult a legal professional for that. Googling Ohio Tennant Landlord Law should provide you with some helpful links

Scott Baker, Realtor
ERA Real Solutions
513-227-5897
sbaker13.sb@gmail.com
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Wed Apr 25, 2012
Bob Combs answered:
If you are really serious about it and its a big problem, then hire a professional. Just know that houses have mold, all houses. It's the basic things that we do as we live in them that keeps it at bay. Not letting water stand around, getting fresh air in the house, etc. If this is a house that has been sitting vacant you might be able to treat it with bleach & water and it might not come back. If it just showed up in a house you live in, you might want a professional to find it's source and treat it. Spores can be in your heating system, etc.

Hope this helps.
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Sat Mar 5, 2011
Trent Warner answered:
I thought this article did a good job starting the discussion
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Fri Jan 7, 2011
Dave Griswold/ Lisa Payne-Griswold answered:
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Dave & Lisa
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Mon Jan 17, 2011
Karen Dulle answered:
I Maryann,
there are many options to choose from in the area! If you could give me a call we can discuss the particulars of what suits you, when you are available to get a feel for the communities, and I will set you up with an automated search that fits you. No obligation. My direct line 513-368-2648. Enjoy the day! ... more
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Wed Mar 9, 2011
Sue Kirven answered:
Property is zoned single family. Neighborhood is College Hill.

Here are some web sites with community information:
www.collegehilloh.net
www.collegehillohio.org
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Tue Jan 25, 2011
Kris Anten answered:
You have great taste! I'm Kris, a Realtor with Comey and Shepherd located in Montgomery. I live in Symmes Township, an area that borders both Montgomery and Loveland. Considering your 250-350k price range and other wish list criterea, Loveland would be a great place to start. There are numerous, available 4 br homes. You'll find a nice variety of styles and ages. If you're interested in taking a look, be happy to email you homes from our local MLS, as well as answering any questions you might have. The other areas you posted are also possibilities that I'd be glad to help you explore. Email me at krisanten@hotmail com or kanten@comey.com. ... more
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