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Want to save big $$$ on upgrading your kitchen? Check out this site where you can buy slightly used high-end appliances (sub-zero, etc) for a fraction of the price. These items come from luxury homeowners who remodel and money is no object. You can take advantage of this!! Check out this website!...
Do you have damaged tiles and just need to replace a few without doing a complete tile job? Save money! There is a $500 minimum, so it's only for special tile jobs, but it's worth taking a look. http://www.handmadetile.com/
Home sales were down from September, but up from last year. The market shows some stability with a 14.1% increase in home sales in Cuyahoga county over October of last year. See the article on Cleveland.com
There seems to be progress in bringing some sanity to real estate appraisals in Cleveland. Check out this article from Cleveland.com...... http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2011/10/cuyahoga_county_changes_reappr.html
Here is a very interesting article from the NY Times about why home owners and real estate agents are confused about how appraisers value homes. This will leave you scratching your head!! http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/17/your-money/decoding-the-wide-variations-in-house-appraisals.html
Here is an opportunity for a creative rehabber or someone who wants to purchase an architecturally really interesting home. This is ripe for someone who works with a creative architect who wants to keep the historic feel of the home but update it with modern amenities. Take a look! 1883 Langer...
I just listed this cute 3 bedroom home at 1185 Winston Road in South Euclid, priced at $119,900. This is a really well-cared for home with a new roof, new windows, and new HVAC. Great for a first-time buyer or down-sizer! Click on the link to have a look!
Just closed a deal on a nice house in Eastlake... fourth closing in four weeks! I am happy...
Here is the latest report card from the Cleveland Heights School District.....
According to the Heights Observer Cleveland Heights is a great place to walk! Read about here: http://www.heightsobserver.org/read/4/3/cleveland-heights-is-tops-in-walkability