Information on Cincinnati Realtor Kevin Duffy Comey Shepherd Realtors

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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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Detail Page Views: 19 61
Search List Views: 1,881 4,330
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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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Search List Views: 4,154 12,488
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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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Detail Page Views: 42 491
Search List Views: 1,917 19,261
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1275 Kilbrannen, Batavia, OH 45103
For Sale: $185,000
4 beds | 3 baths | 2,153 sqft
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Detail Page Views: 21 143
Search List Views: 1,523 12,614
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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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Detail Page Views: 50 635
Search List Views: 1,621 16,595
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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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Detail Page Views: 26 400
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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Detail Page Views: 9 263
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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Spring Cleaning!

Spring Cleaning time is here and for many, it can be quite an undertaking. Check out these tips to make the entire process easy and organized!

Step One: Determine what you really need/frequently use and put the rest aside.

There are a variety of different items people hoard, and closets bear the brunt of the hoarding. Do you still have clothes and shoes you wore in high school? It may be time to get rid of these items. Don’t worry, your groovy bell bottoms and miniskirts may have been appropriate then, but if they are sitting in your closet collecting dust, you should probably just get rid of them. A good rule of thumb is: If you haven’t worn it in the past two years, throw it out; excluding special occasion gowns and suits, of course. Follow this rule with everything in your house. If you haven’t used something in the past two years, there’s a good chance you won’t miss it when it’s gone.

Step Two: Make a profit or a charitable donation with your excess belongings.

They say “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” You may not have any use for your old belongings but someone else could see them as a great benefit to their lives and may even think they are worth a pretty penny. Your vintage clothing we discussed earlier can be put up for auction on eBay to make some decent money from the hipster crowd. The same can be said about shoes, books, kitchen appliances and more. Another alternative method for gaining profit from your old, unwanted belongings would be to hold a garage sale. Garage sales can actually bring in a pretty good amount of money that you never knew your old junk was worth. If there is any excess after the sales, or if you would just rather not mess with sales at all, you can simply drop your excess belongings off at a local thrift store to make a charitable donation.

Step Three: Take it room by room.

Once you get all of the excess junk out of the way, cleaning can still seem like an overwhelming task. The best way to ease the stress of the job is to simply start with the easiest room in the house and work your way up from there. For example, you can clean the bathroom one day, the living room the next and so on.

Step Four: Cleaning while you organize.

To ease the task of cleaning after everything is organized, you can practice cleaning while you organize. Use this time to attack major problems as you see them, such as a stain or spill on the carpet beneath a pile of junk.

Step Five: Clean on a day when the kids are gone and there will be little interference.

There is no subjective best time of day to clean because everyone has different schedules. Choose a time according to your schedule where you will have a full or even a half day of free time to devote to cleaning. If there are other people in your house, encourage them to either help you clean or leave the house that day so you can clean and organize without interruption. As far as a general time of day, it would probably be best to begin early in the morning so you can make quick trips to the store as needed throughout the process.

Step Six: Give each room a unique cleaning treatment.

Every room is structured differently and serves different purposes. Because of this, you should apply different organizational techniques and cleaning strategies to each room. For example, the garage requires more organization and less cleaning than other rooms in the house. The kitchen will need to be mopped and scrubbed. Another good tip is to clean in old clothing so you don’t mind getting it ruined. One of the best products you can use to help organize your closet is the Closet Genie, which can be found at a local dollar store and is an easy-to-use and secure way to maximize closet space.

Step Seven: How to stay organized.

The best way to stay organized is to constantly get rid of things you don’t use anymore. For example, if you just bought a pair of new shoes, get rid of an old pair you don’t use anymore and replace the shoes instead of adding to a collection. This allows you to keep a steady amount of belongings in your home and will eliminate the build-up of clutter. Another easy way to stay organized is to simply put things back where they belong after you use them. Staying organized is a great way to avoid Spring cleaning until the next year comes along.

Getting Pre-Approved!

It is extremely important that you connect with a qualified lender. We can recommend lenders who have earned our trust and with whom we’ve had good experiences in the past. The lender will review your financial position to determine the price most suited to your ability to pay and your comfort level.

The Pre-Approval Process will help you in the following ways:

>You will know in advance what your payments will be.

>You won’t waste time considering homes you cannot afford.

>You can select the best loan package without being under pressure. There are many options and programs to choose from in today’s market. Your lender will explain the alternatives to help you select the one best suited to you.

>Sellers will find your offer to purchase more favorable if they know in advance of your ability to secure financing. This will make your offer more competitive if you are in competition with other offers. Nowadays, most listing agents require a pre-approval letter to accompany all purchase agreements.

>You’ll have an estimate of your closing costs and we will explain them to you in detail.

>You’ll have peace of mind.

Best piece of advice!

Take the pre-qualification one step further and get a full loan approval. This is the best approach!

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

Does It Really Matter if We’ve Hit Bottom?

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Whether real estate has hit bottom yet or not, there is no mistake that it is a buyer's market

The biggest question hovering around these days is, have we hit bottom?  Whether this question be a general question regarding the recession or the real estate market, we have to ask does it matter?  Whether we hit bottom a couple of months ago or are going to hit it a couple of months from now, we can all agree that we have had better times and better times are in our future.  Whether we have hit bottom or not there is no mistake that it is a buyer’s market when it comes to real estate.

That being said, if we haven’t hit bottom then the bottom must be close.  Wouldn’t it be better to buy near the bottom than miss it entirely?  Across the Country there are markets that are on their way down, markets that have stabilized and markets that are on their way back up.  Whether the market hit bottom a couple of months ago, is at the bottom now, or will hit the bottom in a couple of months, the top of the market is far away.

It is a buyer’s market out there.  Whether you are looking for a primary residence or a second home it is a great time to invest in real estate.  Property values are lower than they have been in years, interest rates are still hovering at 30 year lows and some tax incentives make buying real estate today more affordable than it has been in years.  For all we know the real estate market might be more affordable today than it will be for many years to come.

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

Special Financing for Cincinnati Home Buyers



Did you know!!

Ohio Housing Finance Agency  just lowered their rate from 6.25% to 6.00%.

If the buyer is a teacher, firefighter, medical worker, police officer,
it’s 0.25% lower.

Ohio Housing offers a 2nd mortgage up to 4% for downpayment,
making this a 0% down loan for buyers.

Their income has to qualify at 100% of median (66,200 for a 1-2 person
family and 76,130 for a 3+ person family).


To find out the details email me and I can get you to the best loan specialist in Cincinnati

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How To Get Your Cincinnati Home Sold Now!

Many homes sellers today are surprised with the amount of time it takes to sell their home. Home sellers are left wondering “Why won’t my house sell?”  This trend, however, has been broken by a unique approach that Kevin Duffy, ReMax Unlimited is utilizing.
Kevin has teamed up with a one of a kind company named Staley Trans4mations. Staley Trans4mations works directly with the home owner to guide them on how to make their property a stand out amongst their competition. Staley Trans4mations is full service company. From the initial evaluation to the completion of the project, Staley Trans4mations is there to make the process go smoothly and assure the job is done completely. Staley Trans4mations closely monitors the project through completion so the home owner can relax. Their end goal is to help the home owner make the home appeal to “10 out of 10” potential buyers.
This formula works.  Staley Trans4mations have assisted numerous sellers in 2008. Those who implemented the recommendations made by Staley Trans4mations, had offers on average in 11 days after completion. Additionally, the selling price was on average within 4% of the asking price.
Kevin Duffy has had Staley Trans4mations work with his clients and is thrilled with the results. The team has assisted all types of properties, even properties that have sat on the market for months. Kevin Duffy and Staley Trans4mations take a team approach in getting your home sold. 
After listing your home with Kevin Duffy, Staley Trans4mations is the next step in the process. Staley Trans4mations will do an initial evaluation of your property and then generate a report. This report, sometimes 100 pages in length, becomes the Plan of Action in order to transform your property. Upon completion of the transformation, Kevin Duffy will market your property and do what is necessary to get it sold.
With the heightened awareness of today’s home sales market, home sellers are aware there is very little positive news. With Kevin Duffy and Staley Trans4mations, you do not have to be part of the dismal news, our statistics have proven this. If you want to ensure a smooth, painless process in selling your home, contact Kevin Duffy or Staley Trans4mations today.                       513.602.6000         513.307.1519

8300 Bridle Lane Anderson Ohio Retreat

 If your up for the ride Click on the video and I will take you on a 4 minute ride and tour of a great home I have for sale in Anderson on a private lane about 15 to 20 minutes from downtown Cincinnati.