Whether you're in the market for a starter or real estate investment, a condominium or luxury home you've come to the right place. Our Ohio Realtors and Kentucky Realtors are among the top in the industry. We provide amazing continuing education and classes to ensure our professionals are on top of ever changing real estate laws and practices. If you're checking out real estate companies in Ohio, to buy, sell or perhaps an agent looking for a solid home and career, we'd love to hear from you.
Realtors in Ohio
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Professional Realty has some of the best real estate agents Dayton Ohio offers, with offices in Beavercreek, Centerville, Troy and Xenia and well placed among premiere real estate companies in Dayton. The realty companies Dayton Ohio are large in number, so why not work with a brand name you recognize and trust? Our Realtors in Dayton Ohio know the local markets and Dayton suburbs very well. Just use the agent search tool for Dayton OH Realtors.
Our Cincinnati Realtors will be happy to show you around, with an office in West Chester, we have Realtors in Cincinnati suburbs all over the metro area. We also have Realtors in Covington and our Northern KY Realtors can show you homes in great communities like Fort Mitchell, Newport, Covington, Florence and many others.
Berkshire Hathaway Columbus Ohio is served by our office in Gahanna, and our realtors in Columbus Ohio service the entire metro area and outlying counties.
For the Cleveland Metro area, if you're scanning for professional real estate agents Cleveland OH, we have offices in Mentor, Avon, Jefferson, Chardon, Concord, Solon, Strongsville and Ashtabula. And if you're looking for Realtors in Toledo, Berkshire Hathaway HomesServices Professional Realty has knowledgeable Ohio Realtors serving a large area based out of our Toledo office.
Buying a Home
If you're buying a home, understand that you're entitled to professional representation, and our buyer agent services provide you with excellent protection during the course of a transaction from front to finish. If you've ever been "stood up" by a a real estate agent that doesn't return calls, texts or emails, you'll love how responsive our Ohio Realtors' services are across the board.
First Time Home Buying
When you inquire on any property here, or request a showing of any listing, we assure you that you'll get the appreciated service you expect and deserve. Our Ohio Realtors and Kentucky Realtors are very familiar with their local markets, we ensure that your requests go to a local and trusted real estate agent and not some hot line or desk duty service. They can tell you if a home is overpriced, are strong negotiators who are more interested in seeing you succeed rather than chasing a paycheck though they work hard to earn your trust and business. Since all fees are paid for by the seller, you only stand to benefit by letting our professional buyers' agents help you.
Selling a Home
The world of real estate marketing has changed drastically in the last few years. More and more people are connecting with Realtors and brokerages of choice not by mere search engine results but through social media channels and engage with socially active Realtors. In the same way, we not only offer a high profile online presence of your listing in search engine results, but we tweet, Pinterest, Google Plus, LinkedIn update and share your listing through scores of different channels to make sure your home is standing head and shoulders with and above the rest to bring you qualified and interested buyers.
Selling a Home
Our site is very popular, well known and trusted, after all Berkshire Hathaway is a brand consumers recognize and trust. The Harris Poll named us the consumers number one Real Estate Agency Brand of Choice, and before becoming a Berkshire Hathaway Company, we were Prudential One Realtors, winner of not one, but three J.D Power Awards.
Buying or Selling
Did you know there are three general price ranges for every home on the market? Yes, and the information that follows is beneficial for both buyers and sellers to know. When our Ohio Realtors or Kentucky agents help you negotiate to buy, we conduct a CMA or Comparative Market Analysis, sometimes called a Highest Price Analysis. We do this for those selling a home as well, and provide a low, medium and highest price range.
For sellers, it's all about their time frame to sell. Perhaps you need to sell urgently, we suggest the low to medium to net what you need but sell the home quickly. For those that have less urgency but still need to sell timely, we suggest between the medium and higher price range. Lastly, for those sellers who have no urgent need to sell but wish to net every penny possible from the sale we suggest the upper range.
Regardless. we're here to serve your best interests, all you need to do is communicate your goals to us and well take it from there, guiding you every step of the way. Buying or selling, we'll take the time to answer all your questions so you can make informed decisions that are best for you.
These price ranges are based on actual sales prices of comparable homes, matching location and feature to feature, along with expired listings (homes that were overpriced and did not sell) and the asking prices of homes currently on the market to arrive at a range representative of fair market value. E-commerce sites like Zillow, for instance, rely on mathematical algorithms and not entirely based on actual live listings as they rely on whatever brokerages that are willing to provide MLS feeds to their site.
From the Real Estate Blog; Author Brandon Snell
Buying a Home; Flood Insurance
Over the last few years the United States has seen an increased emphasis on disaster preparedness. Situations like September 11th and Hurricane Katrina reinforced the idea that it was necessary to be able to mobilize relief quickly and sustain stability in disaster affected areas.
One of the ways that FEMA has worked to be more proactive with disaster relief and prevention has been to identify potential areas vulnerable to flooding. Unfortunately, the unintended consequence has been that many home-owner's in vulnerable flood zones are being forced to purchase, often expensive, flood insurance.
Flood Insurance Unfair, but "For the Good of Buyers"?
You all are probably familiar with how upset many are with Obama's health care program, being forced to purchase insurance, fined if you don't and if you don't purchase one of his plans you get another 1% penalty. Well, unlike homeowner's insurance, flood insurance is regulated by FEMA. The pricing is based on... read full post
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