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Monday, July 20th, 2009 at 7:00pm. 0 Comments.
Jake Lohser has recently joined forces with downtown real estate agents Mark Lastition and Scott Phillips to open a new downtown real estate office. This office will continue to take shape over the coming months and has already attracted attention from other highly producing agents who want to take part.
The mission of this office is to take high producing technology driven and like minded agents who believe in all that Greater Cleveland has to offer. In addition to servicing clients, this business center has the goal of connecting decision maker in Cleveland with those who have big ideas to continue the city's new trends of development.
The team is currently looking for talented agents so please call or email if you feel like you would be right…
Thursday, May 7th, 2009 at 2:09pm. 1 Comments.
Welcome to the Lake House in Lakewood Ohio. If you are interested in getting a gorgeous lake view for under $75,000, this is it. This condo is only a one bedroom but it does have updates and the view will set it apart from its competition.
Call or email me for details.
Friday, April 24th, 2009 at 7:10pm. 0 Comments.
This Week's Condo Deal Of the Week is my own listings at Severance Place Condominiums. At over 1000sq feet the one bedroom starts at only $154,900, this is a huge price reduction to reflect the current market and that's not the best part. The one bedroom includes a den big enough for an office or guest room, these condos are 100% tax abated for 7years, they come with a parking space and storage space, and they are minutes from the hospitals and universities. Please call me or email me if you would like more information. These are finished and ready to go!
Thursday, April 2nd, 2009 at 1:40am. 0 Comments.
Very few condos in and around Cleveland's Hospitals offer an easy avenue to purchase for medical residents taking new positions and needing a place to live.
One of the only condos that offers financing that does not consider student loans as debt is Severance Place Condominiums. The reason is they are FHA approved. That also means that you could put down 3.5% and finance the rest on one of these beautiful condos. Call me for details.
Friday, March 13th, 2009 at 6:00pm. 0 Comments.
If you have been hearing about the $8000 tax credit, you should know, time is running out for you to collect it this year. If you purchase a home before April 15th of this year, you are eligible for $8000 on this year's return. That is $8000 that you NEVER need to pay back!
Please call me for details.
Wednesday, January 28th, 2009 at 8:58pm. 1 Comments.
There are many condo listings in Cleveland, and I will admit, sometimes they start to all blend together. When a deal comes around that stands out to me, I take notice and try to let everyone around me know about it. 2222 Detroit #919 priced at $129,900 is that deal! First of all, this condo is practically new, from the shiny floors to the beautiful appliances, to the shimmering granite counters. It was built only a few years ago from the ground up.
Second of all, and probably most important, these condos were selling in the $150,000s just a few years ago and now similar units in the building are priced $20,000 more than this unit. I have lived at Stonebridge and I had a blast. Its well taken care of, in the perfect location, the views are unmatched…
Friday, December 19th, 2008 at 4:55pm. 1 Comments.
Our phone lines have been ringing off the hook lately with a new kind of renter. If you have tried to sell and are frustrated with the results or you are too discouraged to even try and sell in this market, this may be an option you want to look into.
This new type of renter is dissatisfied with the regular old apartment options and they crave the luxury living that only condos, like yours, can provide.
These renters have good credit history and may just not be ready to buy something at the moment.
This can truly be a win-win for everybody involved because if you decide to list with Highrises.com/Cleveland, you can keep your property listed for sale at the same time you are listing it for rent. We can even show you how to set up a…
Monday, December 8th, 2008 at 3:42pm. 0 Comments.
For those of you who love Little Italy and always dreamed about living there or if you work in University Circle and have been waiting for some more residential options to show up, this may be for you.
27 Coltman is in the pre-construction phase but shows considerable promise. Starting in the high $200,000s this luxury development will feature 27 very chic and completely customizable town homes complete with attached covered parking and a rooftop decks.
The vision here is to create something truly elegant, open and unique for that special unique buyer.
Best part is, these town homes are 100% tax abated for 15years.
Don’t wait, call me today for details…
Friday, December 5th, 2008 at 6:46pm. 3 Comments.
A one bedroom condo in Stonebridge just dropped to $119,900. I'm not sure what kind of condition it is in but for this price, I don't really care. Nothing else in the building comes close to this price. You might want to take a look at this because it doesn't come along very often with these new construction condos and will not last. The price dropped practically overnight from $169,900 to $119,900. It was purchased in 2006 for around $180,000. If you were waiting for a deal, this is it!
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008 at 8:00pm. 0 Comments.
I have received a lot of inquiries lately into certain condos that boast relatively low list prices but turn out NOT to be all that affordable. This inspired me to write a quick note on the other, often missed but very consequencial, factors that affect a condo owner’s bottom line. The two main variables are HOA fees (monthly maintenance dues) and property taxes.
It is very common that one will find a $40,000 condo listed and not be aware that it carries with it a $450 monthly maintenance fee. These monthly dues often go toward maintenance of the common areas in the buildig, a reserve fund, and the utilities (gas, water and heat) of your unit. The reason that these dues can get so out of whack is often due to the mismanegent of the reserve fund and