3017 State Rt 125, Bethel OH 45106

2 beds | 2 baths|  2,304 sqft | 1.79 acre | $200,000

Suitable for many business possibilities. Paved parking lot with 12 parking spaces. Great visibility on 4-lane highway.Frontage along State Route 125. Approx 1.79 acres adjacent to commercial establishments.

1416 Cheltenham Dr,Miami Twp, OH 45140

Perfect for a family!4 BR,open floor plan,2-story great room,finished Lower Level,lots of updates including kitchen & all bathrooms.Kitchen features HDWD floor,granite counters,SS appliances plus a wine fridge.All brick exterior.Huge back deck & fenced in yard perfect for kids & pets to play and for entertaining.Pool & Tennis community 

1710 Clough Park, Batavia OH 45103

3 Beds · 2.5 Baths ·2,036 Sq Ft · $280,000

Rare opportunity! Updated custom home w/ finished Lower levels on beautiful 1 acre. Remodeled kitchen complete with quartz countertops & travertine backsplash. Remodeled master bath with custom walk-in shower. Professionally landscaped w/ plenty of patio space to relax next to the 20×40 pool this summer.

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556 Paxton Ave, Loveland OH 45140

4 beds | 1 bath | 1,440 sqft

Charming brick cape cod. Walk to Historic Downtown Loveland with restaurants, rooftop bars, craft brewery, shops, bike trail and river canoeing. Yard backs to McCoy park w/ tennis, basketball, baseball and playground. New stainless steel appliances and windows. Hardwood floors. Newer roof, water heater and furnace. Fresh paint throughout. Oversized detached 2 car garage / workshop and 1 car attached garage. Partially finished basement. 2 parcels.





7205 Hammerwood Ct, Hamilton Twp

7205 Hammerwood Ct
4 beds |3 baths | 2,824 sqft
Spacious 2824 Square feet 4br on a quiet cul-de-sac. Open floor plan,kitchen with island. Large 25×16 master suite with walkin closet, masterbath with his and her sink,tub and shower. Large level private backyard that is great for soccer / play area or kids and dogs to play.

4 Edgewater St, Terrace Park, OH 45174

4 Edgewater St, Terrace Park, OH 45174

2 beds |  bath | 868sq ft | 3,223 sqft lot

Needs complete makeover . Concrete fish pond.Raised elevation for 1st floor. Basement Access via external door. Basement has double laundry sink and dryer/washer hookup.







1427 Stone Fox Dr

1427 Stone Fox Dr, Batavia OH 45103
4 beds | 3 baths |3,442 sqft

Spacious Open 4 Br 3. bath 3 car garage, move in ready, Gourmet kitchen Double ovens with Morning room and rear deck overlooking private treed lot, 2 story entry with loft, Lower level with walkout and 9 foot pour.Great curb appeal and fantastic yard.

Housing Market: Another Gigantic Difference Between 2008 And 2018

Housing Market: Another Gigantic Difference Between 2008 and 2018

Some are attempting to compare the current housing market to the market leading up to the “boom and bust” that we experienced a decade ago. They look at price appreciation and conclude that we are on a similar trajectory, speeding toward another housing crisis.

However, there is a major difference between the two markets. Last decade, while demand was being artificially created by extremely loose lending standards, a tremendous amount of inventory was coming to the market to satisfy that demand. Below is a graph of the inventory of homes available for sale leading up to the 2008 crash.

Housing Market: Another Gigantic Difference Between 2008 and 2018 | Keeping Current Matters

A normal market should have approximately 6 months supply of housing inventory. As we can see, that number jumped to over 11 months supply leading up to the housing crisis. When questionable mortgage practices ceased, and demand dried up, there was a glut of inventory on the market which caused prices to drop as there was too much supply and not enough demand.

Today is radically different!

There are those who believe that low mortgage rates have created an artificial demand in the current market. They fear that if mortgage rates continue to rise, some of the current demand will dry up (which is a possibility).

However, if we look at supply again, we can see that the current supply of homes is well below the norm of 6 months.

Bottom Line

We will not have a glut of inventory like we did back in 2008 and home values won’t come tumbling down. Instead, if demand weakens, we will return to a normal market (approximately a 6-month supply) with historic levels of appreciation (3.6% annually).

Housing Market: Another Gigantic Difference Between 2008 and 2018 | Keeping Current Matters

1958 Rockland Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230

513-602-6000 | Kevin@DuffyRealtor.com
Listed at $125,000

Fantastic opportunity to live in a newly remodeled place. Both units with 1 bed, 1 bath, and walk in closet each. New appliances, hard wood floors refinished, and new bath downstairs . 4 car garage can be rented for extra income.