Our home has been on the market for one month. We started at $698,500 and reduced it to $685,000 after two weeks. The house is 3,564 square feet in a desirable older neighborhood. We’ve had two showings and much positive feedback. The only negative is that we have no backyard. Our agent now is recommending we lower the price again. We are not in a hurry to move as we have no other place in mind. Do we lower the price or take it off the market and relist it when we are ready?
Darcy Friel believes there’s no better place than Stark County to call home. “I’m one of those strange birds who loves it here,” she said with a laugh. “It’s just an inexpensive place to live, and your quality of life is so high. … And, to me, it just keeps getting better.”
Canton native Greg Luntz is a commercial real estate agent with NAISpring. He is married to Janet, and they have a daughter, Shaina, and son, Justin. They have two grandchildren, Arielle and Ivo. Luntz credits his family and community as the drivers of his life.
Every home has its flaws. We can try to hide them, but the truth eventually comes out. Hiding the truth from a buyer can, at the very least, result in the termination of a contract. Substantial revelations about the condition of your home can cost money and even a potential lawsuit.
How often does Google update its popular street view maps? This is a great question, and one that should not be confused with Google Maps. Google Maps are updated through a satellite imagery service many mapping companies use.
Last year 3-D Property Development, the owner of the building the old Bennigan’s sat in on Dressler Road NW, got a phone call from a property development company in Akron, LRC. At the time, Bernie DeWees was listening to all offers, even though the property wasn’t for sale.
The economy has stabilized, at least for the time being, more than a year after the world financial system collapsed, causing massive job losses, the obliteration of people’s savings and a widespread climate of fear.