Fayette County Ohio real estate is a great market and territory to examine if you love county style living, privacy and open green acres with wooded lots. Some of incredible ranch and two story homes have large fenced yards or lots, and may sometimes offer a fishing pond. Additionally, many of the properties will offer large outbuildings for storage, work-space, or perhaps a pole barn and other accommodations for horse owners.
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Agent Owned. 17 Miles From Wilmington. Cape Code Home With 3.04 Acres. Consists Of 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths On Crawl With 2 Car Attached Garage. Covered Front Porch And Rear Screen Porch, Deck And Pat... Read More
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Great Floor Plan, Lots Of Cabinet And Counter Space Plus Pass Through In Kitchen To The Great Room With Fireplace, Spacious Rooms, Three Bedrooms, One Full And A Half Bathrooms Plus Attached Garage... Read More
Free Standing Building That Houses The Oldest Tavern In Fayette County. Be Your Own Boss. Let The Property Help Pay For Itself Owning This Property Can Provide You With Additional Income By Renting... Read More
Great Wooded Lot. Perfect For Secluded Home. It's Ideal For A Building Site Or Recreation/hunting Land. No Utilities On Property At This Time. Restrictions Are On The Attached Legal Description. Read More
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Fayette County Ohio Real Estate
Gorgeous open land, thickly wooded areas, wildlife and terrific natural beauty are just some of the amenities of homes for sale in Fayette County Ohio. Charming older properties with character and unique details to newer, more modern construction you'll find affordable options perfect for the first time buyer or investor to country luxury homes dripping with enviable features.
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HUD Homes vs. Foreclosures.
Ohio Real Estate: HUD vs. Foreclosure, Which is Better?
As a Dayton to Cincinnati area Ohio Realtor, my business partner Marty Snyder and I get asked a lot of questions. One question I hear a lot is "What should I buy? A HUD property or foreclosure?" Too, I see a lot of clients online and on the website searching specifically for one or the other bent on thinking one is the better buy.
Let me dispel some myths and enlighten you about this topic. One is not a better deal than the other, in fact, it's always a case by case basis when it comes to buying a home. I can tell you from years of experience, buyers should not concern themselves with the type of ownership a property is under but rather focus on what home is going to meet their needs, they'll be happy in and can buy without regret.
How are HUD Homes Different from Foreclosures?
Let's start with the fundamental differences between these types of properties, and yes, there are some advantages and disadvantages, but not in terms ... read full post
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