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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
4 beds | 3 baths | 2,534 sqft
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1275 Kilbrannen, Batavia, OH 45103
For Sale: $185,000
4 beds | 3 baths | 2,153 sqft
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5558 Bentwood Dr, Mason, OH 45040
For Sale: $290,000
4 beds | 3 baths | 2,570 sqft
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674 Dorgene Ln, Cincinnati, OH 45244
For Sale: $350,000
4 beds | 4 baths | 3,508 sqft
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Search List Views: 984 13,866
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4141 Race Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45211
For Sale: $70,000
3 beds | 2 baths | 1,533 sqft
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Search List Views: 766 26,629
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1149 Westchester Way, Cincinnati, OH 45244
For Sale: $310,000
4 beds | 3 baths | 2,920 sqft
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Search List Views: 1,058 24,669
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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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Detail Page Views: 16 594
Search List Views: 903 29,993

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Understanding You Options for Taking Title!

Carefully consider how you intend to take title of your property. This will determine your legal status, rights, and obligations to the property. You may want to discuss your options with an attorney to determine which is best for you. Most of the possible ways to take title to your property are listed here.

Community Property

In a community-property state, there is a statutory presumption that all property acquired by a husband and wife is community property. Some states do not presume community property status unless you acquire title as such. Community property is a co-ownership method for married persons only. Upon the death of a spouse, the deceased spouse’s interest in the property will pass by either a will or interstate succession.

Community Property With Right of Survivorship

This is a method of co-ownership that allows a married couple to hold title as husband and wife while providing for succession outside of probate upon the death of  either spouse to convey or encumber. Both halves of the community property are entitled to a “stepped up” tax basis as of the date of death.


Title may be taken in the name of a corporation provided that the corporation is duly formed and in good standing in the state of its incorporation.

General Partnership

Title may be taken in the name of a general partnership provided that the general partnership was duly formed according to the laws of the state. A partnership is defined as a voluntary association of two or more persons as co-owners in a business for profit.

Limited Partnership

Title may be taken in the name of a limited partnership provided that there are one or more general partners and one or more limited partners. A certificate of limited partnership must be filed in the office of the Secretary of State, a certified copy of which must be recorded.

Joint Tenancy With Right of Survivorship

Joint tenancy is a method of co-ownership that gives title to the real property to the last survivor. Title to real property can be acquired by two or more individuals. If a married couple acquires title as joint tenants with the right of survivorship, they must specifically accept the joint tenancy to avoid the presumption of community property. 

Sole and Separate

Title to real property owned by a spouse before marriage or any acquired after marriage by gift, descent, or specific intent may be taken as sole and separate. If a married person acquired title as sole-and-separate property, his/her spouse must execute a disclaimer deed if the state is a community-property state.

Tenancy in Common

Tenancy in common is a method of co-ownership in which parties do not have survivorship rights and each owns a specific undivided interest in the entire title.

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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!

Early Mortgage Pay Off Plan

Are you joking?? I just got my second notice from my mortgage lender saying that I could pay them $295 for the opportunity to pay off my mortgage early by doing a Biweekly payment. Most of us do not keep our morgages more than 10 years. Most mortgages have no prepayment penalty. In this case it is free to pay off your mortgage early.

Kevin Duffy
Comey & Shepherd Realtors
Cincinnati Realtor
Cell 513-602-6000

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Cincinnati Home Sales April


April Monthly Home Sales
Closings Gross Volume Average Price
April 2010 1,843 $276,666,795 $150,118
April 2009 1,389 $191,305,424 $137,729
Variance +32.69% +44.62% +9.00%
Year-to-Date Home Sales
Closings Gross Volume Average Price
Jan-Apr. 2010 5,233 $788,627,352 $150,703
Jan-Apr. 2009 4,830 $646,548,245 $133,861
Variance +8.34% +21.98% +12.58%
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Expanded Tax Credit For Home Buyers

The Senate has approved an extended and expanded tax credit for home buyers

 The First Time Home Buyer Tax credit has been seen as a huge success and its expiration on November 30 has had many feeling nervous about what its end will mean.  Those fears can now be put aside. 

What is new and improved with the extended and expanded tax credit?  The new and improved tax credit is still for first time home buyers but will also include home buyers who have owned their current home for 5 years or more.  The credit is up to for $6,500 for these current homeowners and remains at up to $8,000 for First time home buyers or home buyers who have not owned a home for the past three years.  The tax credit  is income restricted, an individual cannot make more that $125,000 annually and a couple cannot make more than $225,000 jointly.  A home must be  a primary residence and valued at $800,000 or less.  Buyers must have a property under contract to purchase by April 30, 2010, and the property must close by June 30, 2010.

The passing of this extended, expanded tax credit is good news on the real estate front and is expected to be the last tax credit offered for a long time to come.

If you need more explanation call me, Kevin DuffyReMax Unlimited at  513-602-6000 for any of your Cincinnati Real Estate needs