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6 outstanding homes in Ohio

Columbus Courtesy image Across from Schiller Park, this restored Italianate brick house is part of historic German Village. Built in 1900, the five-bedroom home features high ceilings, crown molding, carved mantels, oversize windows, and pocket doors; a living room with clerestory windows and glass doors; an updated bath for each bedroom; a deck with a firepit; and a basement with wine room, den, and billiards. Courtesy image The lot includes formal gardens, a landscaped patio with a grill, and a two-car garage. $2,900,000. Jeff Ramm, Coldwell Banker Realty, (614) 332-1563. Cleveland Courtesy image Set in the Goodrich-Kirtland Park arts district, this 1907 loft...
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Applicants can now apply to be a real estate agent online

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Real Estate and Professional Licensing is excited to announce that Ohioans can now apply to be a new real estate salesperson online. The new service becomes available as the Division handled more than 7,000 new license applications in 2021, a...
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Lima News

Ten Superior PLUS Realtors Make Presidents Sales Club

LIMA – Superior PLUS Realtors is pleased to announce the realtors who qualified for the 2022 Presidents Sales Club: Bill Bible, Greg Butcher, Bill Dattilo, Ashleigh Mangini, Kelly Martino, Tim Stanford, Connie Thompson, Belinda Truesdale, Scott Weaver, and Michele Witham. These 10 Realtors each accounted for at least $1 million in sales from July 2021 to July 2022.
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Home sales down, prices up in Ohio

LIMA — The Ohio housing marketplace continues to stabilize, as the number of homes sold throughout Ohio in August fell while average prices rose, according to Ohio REALTORS. Homes sales in August 2022 reached 15,412, a 6.4% decrease from the 16,466 sales recorded during the month a year ago. The average sales price across Ohio in August reached $267,659, a 6.9% increase from the $250,338 mark posted during the month in 2021.
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Housing Wire

Thrive Mortgage to acquire American Mortgage Service Company

Texas-based independent mortgage bank Thrive Mortgage has signed a letter of intent to acquire the Ohio-based lender American Mortgage Service Company (AMSC). Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The acquisition will strengthen Thrive’s retail channel and bring with it new territories amidst arguably the most challenging mortgage market...
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Foreclosures have started to rise. A new local program could help homeowners

The expiration of some federal pandemic aid, rising inflation and a cooling housing market could put some homeowners in a tough spot. But a new program aims to help. Homeownership Center of Greater Cincinnati President and CEO Rick Williams says the Housing Stability Program is about addressing problems before the foreclosure process begins.
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Applicants can now apply to become a Real Estate Agent online

COLUMBUS—The Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Real Estate and Professional Licensing is excited to announce that Ohioans can now apply to be a new real estate salesperson online. The new service becomes available as the Division handled more than 7,000 new license applications in 2021, a 37% increase...
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Reasons to consider not paying cash for your new home

Central Ohio is experiencing one of the most competitive housing markets in the area’s history. The median and average home sale prices increased more than 10 percent in 2021 to $290,847 and $250,000 respectively, according to a Central Ohio Housing Report from Columbus Realtors. What’s more, through this past...
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Is your insurance keeping pace with increased housing-related costs?

Ohio Department of Insurance director Judith L. French is urging Ohioans to review their homeowners insurance coverage amounts and features. With most home valuations having increased and building materials and labor costs high, homeowners could be underinsured leaving them responsible to pay potentially significant repair and rebuild expenses out of pocket.
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