Monthly Archives: April 2014

423 Glendora Ave. $324,500

Listing #581302 $349,000 (LP)Price/SqFt:  106.70 423  Glendora Ave,  Oakwood, OH  45409     Active  (04/25/14)  CDOM: 16 Beds: 4 Baths: 3 (2 1) (FH)* Sq Ft: 3271* Lot Sz: 10981sqft* Area: Oakwoo Yr: 1951* Wonderful Oakwood brick and cedar custom home features the entire 2nd story is the master en suite. French doors with your own private deck from master. Cathedral ceiling in the master...
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3 Tips for Staging a Vacation Rental Property

With summer right around the corner, it’s time to think about getting those cabin rentals, lake homes, and beachfront condos ready for vacationers. Here are three staging tips for the rental properties you own or manage from Megan Morris, founder of MHM Professional Staging in Orlando, Fla., that will help...
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Landlords are Pushing Up Rents Again

As apartment demand continues to rise, landlords are projected to increase their rents for the fifth consecutive year. A rise in apartment construction isn’t likely to offer relief to tenants anytime soon either, USA Today reports. Between 2000 and 2012, apartment rents have risen 6 percent while incomes among renters...
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Buyers Want ‘Green’ More Than They Think

More than 65 percent of home buyers recently surveyed say they desire an “environment friendly” home, but only about 15 percent are willing to pay more for a home with such features, according to the National Association of Home Builders’ “What Home Buyers Really Want: Ethnic Preferences” study. The study...
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Obama’s Housing Scorecard: Cautious Progress

The housing recovery is strengthening across the country, but the Obama administration cautions that the economy is still healing from the recession and the recovery is fragile, according to the administration’s March Housing Scorecard. The report highlights several of the latest housing indicators, including reports showing that home prices remain...
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Speculative Building Returns to Luxury Market

Some developers are taking a gamble by building multimillion-dollar speculative homes — those that don’t have a buyer lined up — in posh areas across the country, Forbes.com reports. For example, London-based developer Est4te Four built a 16,000-square-foot single-family home in the exclusive Los Angeles neighborhood of Holmby Hills. The...
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