1428 Clough Pike, Batavia, OH 45103    

 3 beds 2 baths 1,550 sqft

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Like new 3 bedroom. Open and bright. Little to no exterior maintenance. 6 car garage which consist of 2 car attached garage and a 40 x 30 pole barn for RV storage and drive thru from Amelia Olive Branch.

FACTS

  • Lot: 0.95 acres
  • Single Family
  • Built in 2002
  • Cooling: Central
  • Heating: Forced air, Other

FEATURES

  • Barbecue
  • Cable Ready
  • Finished basement
  • Fireplace
  • Parking: Garage – Detached, 6 spaces, 418 sqft garage
  • Patio

Listing Provided by:

Kevin Duffy, Comey & Shepherd 

Agent Phone: (513) 602-6000

611 Floral Avenue, Terrace Park, OH 45174 (Sold)

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Rare and beautiful in heart of Terrace Park. 3000SF of move-in ready space with updated kitchen/baths, spacious entertaining areas. Charming built-ins, gleaming hardwood floors, new roof, windows and siding. Finished Lower level, 2-story garage, stone trimmed patio, side-porch and large backyard. Quick walk to school

Listing Provided by:

Kevin Duffy, Comey & Shepherd 

Agent Phone: (513) 602-6000

 


 

Information on Cincinnati Realtor Kevin Duffy Comey Shepherd Realtors

Attached are a couple tools I use in my business.
In todays real estate market, you need the best and most advance technologically advanced and experienced agent you can find.
Here are my reviews on Zillow    http://www.zillow.com/profile/KevinWDuffy/Reviews/
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784 Fairway Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45245
For Sale: $117,000
3 beds | 1 baths | 1,316 sqft
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3900 Jefferson Ln, Amelia, OH 45102
For Sale: $195,000
3 beds | 2 baths | 1,780 sqft
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5013 Barnsby Ln, Cincinnati, OH 45244
For Sale: $238,000
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1275 Kilbrannen, Batavia, OH 45103
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5558 Bentwood Dr, Mason, OH 45040
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674 Dorgene Ln, Cincinnati, OH 45244
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4 beds | 4 baths | 3,508 sqft
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4141 Race Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45211
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1149 Westchester Way, Cincinnati, OH 45244
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5141 Chukker Point Ln, Cincinnati, OH 45244
For Sale: $415,000
4 beds | 5 baths | 3,323 sqft
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Moving Timeline Checklist

Moving can be a very daunting task!

Here are a few tips for making your move as smooth as possible!

One month before your move:

* Arrange for moving your furniture and personal belongings either by hiring a moving company or renting a truck. Get estimates from several moving companies or truck-rental companies and be sure to obtain a hand truck (appliance dolly) if you’re moving yourself.

* Gather moving supplies: boxes, tape, rope, and anything else you might need.

* Plan your travel itinerary and make transportation and lodging reservations in advance if you are driving to your new home. (Leave a copy with a friend or relative.)

* Some moving expenses are tax-deductible, so you will want to save your moving-expense receipts (if the move is employment-related) for tax deductions, including meals, lodging, and gasoline. Record expenses incurred during your house-hunting trips.

* Develop a plan for packing, such as packing last the things you use the most. See page 46.

* Notify others of your new address: post office, charge accounts, subscriptions, relatives and friends, national and alumni organizations, church, mail order clubs (books, videos, catalogues), firms with which you have time payments,and your past employer to make sure that you receive W-2 forms and retirement-account information. Save your old address labels to speed up filling out change-0f-address forms for your new address.

* Notify federal and state taxing authorities or any other governmental agency necessary.

Two weeks before your move:

* Notify and get refunds from your present utilities: gas, electric, water, cable, and phone. Arrange for services at your new address.

* Have your car serviced if you are driving a long distance to your new home.

* Recruit people to help you on moving day.

* Arrange for someone to take care of your pets and children during the move.

* Confirm moving company or rental-truck arrangements.

One day before your move:

* Keep moving materials separate so they don’t  get packed until you are finished.

* Pick up rental truck if you are moving yourself.

* Fill up your car with gas and check oil and tires.

Take a deep breath and before you know it you will be on your way to your new home !

Helpful Tips on Finding Your Home…

Of the many things on your to-do list when house shopping, “stress” should not top the list.

Granted, buying your first home, or simply a “new” home, is a major event and brings about many issues to deal with and decisions to make, but why not make it fun?

The key to being able to enjoy this exciting time in your life is to be organized. Don’t allow all the options to overwhelm you. Lay out your list of things to-do, then work the list.

At the top of that list should be to find a GREAT realtor! There are many “good” Realtors out there, but why settle for “good” when GREAT is an option?

Allow your realtor to do their job and take the stress off of you! They want to help in any way possible and have the tools necessary to make the process of house hunting an enjoyable one! Using the MLS makes finding your dream  home a breeze with the criteria you provide!

Next, getting pre-approved really helps with the entire process. It allows you to have a very accurate idea of what you can afford to pay for your future home. It also tells the bank, your realtor and potential sellers that you are serious about buying and organized in your approach!

Now that you’ve found the “perfect” realtor and are pre-approved, you need to provide your realtor with a top ten list. This list should include the top ten priorities or desires you have for your future home. Location, size and price are usually at the top of the list somewhere and then you can begin to think about the details that are important to you! It’s exciting, right? Think about the things that are comforting to you; that will send a home over the top. A nice den with a fireplace or a great back yard? The sky is the limit!

Finally, believe that the “Perfect” home for you is out there! Don’t stress over looking at several homes, look at it as an opportunity to fine tune your criteria! Embrace the blessing of being able to choose where you will continue the next phase in your journey through life!

FHA Loan- Parent Co-Signer

Under the FHA rules, a parent can co-sign a loan for their child.  The property is owned in the child’s name, not co-owned with the parent.  FHA puts all of the income and debt into one calculation, so it is possible to have a child who does not earn any income purchase a property using FHA financing with a parent co-signer.

Regarding the number of properties that can be purchased, it appears that we’re in a grey area.  An FHA buyer cannot buy another property using FHA unless the previous home has been sold.  That specific rule doesn’t apply to a non-occupant co-borrower, so a parent who has an FHA loan can co-sign for an FHA loan for their child.

The discussion of multiple properties financed this way is addressed, the specific comments are:

“Transactions in which parents help their children buy their first home are permitted as long as the non-occupant co-borrower is not developing a portfolio of rental properties”

and

“The amount of the financial contribution by the non-occupant co-borrower and the number of other properties similarly owned must be looked at closely.”

So, if you’re co-signing parent has a bunch of other properties, then we may be in trouble.  If the kids involved are close to qualifying in their own, especially if they all live in different areas, then we should be ok.  Obviously, if the kids all buy houses right next to each other, then we’re in serious trouble.

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What Buyers and Sellers want!

Realtor magazine did a end of the year survey with buyers and sellers to find out what they want and expect. The top answer to each question is as follows:

1. What is the primary reason buyers give for purchasing home?

Answer: Desire to own a home

2. What do home buyers cite most commonly as a benefit that real estate agents offer them during the purchase of a home?

Answer: Helped understand the process

3.What do buyers look for the most in finding the right neighborhood?

Answer: Quaility of the neighborhood

4. What age range represents the largest segment of home buyers?

Answer: 25-34

5. What’s the first step that buyersmost often take in the home buying process?

Answer: Searching for properties online

6. What do buyers most value when visting a real estate web site?

Answer: Photos

7. What was the primary reason given for selling a previous home?

Answer: Job relocation

Why do I need a home inspection?

Considering that buying a home might be the biggest investments you’ll ever make, wouldn’t you like to be assured that this home is THE RIGHT ONE! Having a home inspection can set your mind at ease by knowing the “ins and outs” of a house, construction methods, operation and maintenance with longevity in mind. There are many home inspectors to chose from.

During a home inspection it is important to let the inspector do their job. While it sounds important and cool to follow the inspector around asking questions and learning, it can be better to save that until the end. You can request for additional time at the end of the inspection for questions/explanations if you would like to have more thorough information. The inspection will begin with the exterior and continue to the inside. The crawl space or basement will be towards the end. An inspector will check electrical, structural, insulation levels, plumbing, mechanics (furnace, a/c, hot water heater, etc), and many more items. They will give you a complete report which will show the age and condition of everything checked. The end of the report will show the minor repairs which normally consist of smaller items that are more informational to watch or fix if you desire. The major repairs are in need of a closer look as these could be expensive to repair. You will need to negotiate with the seller to either repair or give a concession to repair after closing. It is advisable to request that a licensed contractor repair the major items.

While purchasing a home can be over-whelming, finding a trustworthy inspector is one step to take that lessens the stress of this important event! Let us help you out!