Homes for sale in Crawford County Ohio, may have limited choices, but you'll still spot some excellent buys in the area. Typical of homes in the area, you can expect to have a large yard and some open air. It's a relatively quiet region and it's neighborhoods offer breathing room.
For more options, you may want to take a peek at homes for sale in some of the adjacent counties. Perhaps Huron, Richland, Morrow, or Marion for instance.
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This Home Is Straight Out Of House Beautiful Magazine! A Great Home For Entertaining With The Open Floor Plan, Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Large Island, Eating Nook With Bar Area And Beer Tap! Huge Gr... Read More
Located On The Corner Of 'country' & 'living', You'll Find This Charming Two Story Home. Boasting 4 Beds, And 2 Full Baths, On Over 1.5 Acres... You'll Find The Room You Need Both Indoors And Outdo... Read More
This Nice 3bd, 2ba, ''neat As A Pin'' 1540sf. Home Features Family Room, Dining Room, Office/den, Fully Equipped Kitchen And Full Bath On Main Level. 3 Bedrooms, An Updated Full Bath, And Oversized... Read More
1900+ Sq Ft Home With Tons Of Space And Storage! Large Main Level Master Bedroom With An Entire Wall Of Closets And Recently Re-done Bathroom Main Floor. Huge Family Room/den In Addition To The Liv... Read More
Bank Owned Mobile Home Is Being Sold As Is, Where Is. Seller Has Not Lived In Or Personally Viewed This Home And/or Land. 3 Bedroom Mobile Home. This Property May Not Have Power Or Utilities Turned... Read More
512 John Street, Crestline. Cute As A Button. Move-in Condition. Hi-eff Furnace, Central Air. 3 Br, 1 Bath. $42,777. $45/mo Gas Budget. Alarm System. Includes Kitchen Appliances. Handsome Fireplace... Read More
A Lot Of Space For A Small Price! Large Kitchen With Updated Cupboards, New Tank-less Water Heater (june 2016), Large Attic/storage Area On Second Level, Covered Front And Back Porches. Great Start... Read More
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Homes for Sale in Crawford County Ohio; Quiet Locations
One of the best features of homes for sale in Crawford County Ohio are the neighborhoods; open, quiet and not too crowded. Many people in Ohio or that relocate to the Buckeye State are in search of just that and some peace of mind type lifestyle. Homes for sale in Crawford County Ohio tend heavily towards the affordable side of transactions and perfect places to begin for those just starting out, or starting over.
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Home Buying Final Walk Through
Final Walk Through - What to Expect
The walk through- it’s the final step before the deal is officially sealed. This is arranged by your realtor and can take place anywhere from a week to 24 hours before the official close of sale.
This may be the first time a buyer sees the home vacant, so it’s best to prepare for the “unstaged” look. At this point, all major inspections and any negotiations about needed repairs, and the repairs themselves, should be complete. The goal of the final walk through is to make sure the home is in the condition specified in the contract.
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Make sure to tour the home with the contract in hand, to help limit any confusion. Here are few things to look for and test:
Open and close windows and doors (including the garage)
Turn lights on and off
Check for any light fixtures, window treatments or hardware that is to be included in the sale