Where To Get Great Ice Cream In Cincinnati?
Cincinnati summers can get quite hot and humid and what better way to beat the heat than with a nice cool treat. Whether your craving is for a hot fudge sundae or just a scoop of your favorite ice cream flavor Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky have some unique places for you to try. Check out some of the places on the list below and let us know what you think is your favorite local Cincinnati ice cream place.
Graeter's Ice Cream
Graeter's Ice Cream got it's start in 1870! That's a long time to be making ice cream, but you know they have perfected their craft by being around that long. Known around the U.S. due to their flavor Graeter's has been noted in magazines such as Forbes, Vanity Fair, Saveur and more.
Indian Hill, Ohio was named one of the best places to raise a family by the Robb Report. Just as with many other markets inventory is low which means fewer homes available for purchase. Fewer homes with plenty of qualified buyers lends support to current pricing levels. Existing home sales are down from last year though, but with the lack of homes to sell would that be the same case with the enough homes to meet demand?
About the author: The above article “Indian Hill, Ohio June 2020 Real Estate Market Report” was provided by Luxury Real Estate Specialist Paul Sian. Paul can be reached at paul@CinciNKYRealEstate.com or by phone at 513-560-8002. If you’re thinking of selling or buying your investment or commercial business property I would love to share my marketing knowledge and expertise to help you. Contact me today!
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Tips For Renting Your Home
Whether you are looking to convert your home into a rental investment property or need to move and are unable to currently sell your home, converting it into a rental property is an option. Contrary to what may be shown on television getting a home ready for rental and finding good tenants is not as easy as it appears. This article explores what steps homeowners should be taking in order to rent out their home.
Determine If The Home Can Be Rented Profitably
Renting a home and not making any money on it, or worse losing money on it is not a great investment strategy. While the homeowner may be forced to move due to a job or family situation, renting out a house where one has to pay money out of pocket to cover the mortgage and taxes does not make any financial sense. Part of the reason for renting out real estate is so the owner can have a positive cash flow, some of which should be saved to account for repair and maintenance expenses associated with the home. If the HVAC goes out the repair/replacement expense can be pretty. If there is a water leak the repair of the leak and repair of the damage associated with the leak can be high as well.
Thinking that long term appreciation will make up for the current lack of cash flow is also a faulty strategy to could end up costing the owner. Appreciation is never guaranteed in real estate as depending on the economy and migration one may find themselves with a depreciating asset. If a large employer decides to relocate or the desirability of an area decreases real estate prices as...
Tips For Selling A Home During A Pandemic
Due to the COVID-19 virus selling a home during a pandemic while a little more challenging is still possible. Homeowners need to protect their own health and the health of buyers while having showings. Some homeowners are using virtual showing technologies, many markets are restricting showings to no more than one buyer group at a time and shorter overall showings. Things like providing sanitizer, masks, gloves and more are more common in homes that are on the market and allowing in person showings. This article explores what home sellers need to be doing to ensure a successful home sale during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Common Home Selling Advice
This advice bears repeating since it is important for home sellers to have their home put its best foot forward when it comes to getting buyer attention. Anything less can result in a home sitting with little attention from buyers and needing steep price cuts in order to get sold. Regardless of the current state of the economy there will always be a need for people to buy and sell homes. With internet access available at the touch of a few screens on a smart phone, buyers are savvier than ever when it comes to knowing about the price in relation to the value of a home.
Buyers will not overpay for a home and overpricing a home is a surefire to prevent a home from getting sold. Pricing is based...
June 2020 Greater Cincinnati Luxury Real Estate Market Report
Last year there were 80 luxury homes that sold within the month of June 2019. The median price was $899,450.00. Average days on market was 121. The biggest difference this year as can be seen is the total amount of luxury homes sold only being 56 during June 2020. The Greater Cincinnati region was just coming off the tail end of COVID-19 related economic shutdowns and many sellers pulled their homes off of the market as a result. There were more luxury homes available for sale in June 2019 than there are today. So long as qualified luxury home buyers are still ready to buy prices will stay steady in the luxury market with the limited supply.
New Home Sales Jump Are Downward Revisions - Sales of newly constructed homes beat expectations. Whether this can sustain remains to be seen as the virus is surging again in some states.
Pending Home Sales Are Off Of Recent Lows - While pending home sales are off of recent lows they are still below where they were last year. One of the biggest struggles home sellers have are putting their home on a market facing a pandemic and having another place to move to as well once they do sell their home.
About the author: The above article “June 2020 Greater Cincinnati Luxury Real Estate Market Report” was provided by Luxury Real Estate Specialist Paul Sian. Paul can be reached at ...