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Twitter and Real Estate Marketing Twitter has been getting a lot of media attention recently, but the reality is that Twitter can be a useful tool in real estate marketing. Most often I use Twitter to send out shot notes about property activity, primarily price changes and open houses. It is a great way for me to draw some attention to my website as well as make those who follow me aware of the trends and activity I see in the local Cincinnati real estate market. The Honolulu Star Bulletin has a short article about another real estate agent in (1 comments)
Numbers Do Not Lie Cincinnati Real Estate Market Is Recovering - 08/26/09 01:47 PM
Numbers Do Not Lie Cincinnati Real Estate Market Is Recovering he numbers tell the distinct tale that the Cincinnati real estate market is beginning a recovery. The latest information released about the geographic region that includes Hamilton, Butler, Warren, and Clermont counties shows a distinct improvement in the 2009 home sales activity over 2008. The two key metrics shown in the below graph are the volume of homes that are for sale and the number of sold homes. The numbers show that there are 14% fewer homes for sale June 2009 compared to June 2008. In addition there are 5.5% fewer (0 comments)
Cincinnati Real Estate: National Foreclosures hit 1.9 million in first half of 2009 - 08/26/09 01:46 PM
Cincinnati Real Estate: National Foreclosures hit 1.9 million in first half of 2009 It is a fact that there were 1,905,723 foreclosure filings – default notices, auction sale notices and bank repossessions in the first six months of 2009. That represents an increase of 9% from the previous six months (July – December 2008) and 15% increase over the first 6 months (January – June) of 2008 according to reporting service RSI media. Sadly a portion of the foreclosures appearing in recent months are due to the overall economic slowdown and subsequent job loss being experienced in almost every industry. Small (0 comments)
Outside Magazine Ranks Cincinnati in Top 10 Town 2009 outside.com - 08/26/09 01:44 PM
Outside Magazine Ranks Cincinnati in Top 10 Town 2009 Outside Magazine recently ranked Cincinnati as a top town to live in. The magazine cites a number of factors including a number of economic, entertainment, and sports related features that helps put Cincinnati at #9 in the poll. Jay Stowe says, Cincinnati boasts “cool architecture, genuinely awesome independent restaurants, and neighborhoods full of affordable, eclectic houses—and one of the country’s biggest Oktoberfests, where people willingly don lederhosen and do the Chicken Dance totally unironically.” (0 comments)
Should I Buy Now? Reasons to Buy Cincinati Real Estate This Year! - 08/26/09 01:42 PM
Should I Buy Now? Reasons to Buy Cincinati Real Estate This Year! Recently I have been getting a number of questions from my prospective clients about buying a home in this economic climate. They have legitimate questions and I wanted to share my general thoughts and industry research with all of my readers: Will Home Prices Get Better If I Wait? Over the last year the average home price in the Greater Cincinnati area has fallen by about 13%. As an agent I am seeing more buying activity, and that active buying is shrinking the number of homes in our inventory. (0 comments)
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