Christine Pappas is an Ohio eXp Real Estate Agent who lives and works in the Greater Cleveland area. She has been a licensed real estate agent in Ohio since 1999 (yowza...that's 20 years!) and offers her experience and Northeast Ohio Real Estate knowledge to First Time Home Buyers, Move Up or Re-Sizing Buyers, Luxury Real Estate Market and Home Sellers. She wants to help you Sell your Greater Cleveland Area Home for More Money, Help You Buy Your First Home, Guide You Through The Home Buying Process in Northeast Ohio, She'll help Divorcing Couples Navigate the Sale of The House or Families who've lost loved ones and are now Selling Their Loved One's Home, and She'll be Your Person who'll have your back during one of the most stressful times of your life— Buying a Home or Selling a House. _________________ This blog will cover Real Estate in Northeast Ohio and more… Such as Willoughby Ohio Homes for Sale information and local information on Willoughby Ohio and Surrounding Northeast Ohio real estate including Lake County Real Estate and Cuyahoga County Real Estate with cities such as Mayfield Hts homes for sale - Mayfield Village homes for sale - Highland Hts homes for sale - Willowick homes for sale - Wickliffe homes for sale - Kirtland Homes for sale - Mentor Homes for Sale and Concord Homes for Sale and Geauga County Real Estate in cities like Chesterland homes for sale - Chardon homes for sale - Russell homes for Sale - Chagrin Falls homes for sale. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Reach Christine by visiting www.rooted.house, email email@example.com, or call 216) 487.6464
ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS
Pig and Whiskey in Downtown Willoughby Came and Went and if you missed it, you missed a lot of fun! From what I hear, you'll have another chance to have a blast at the Pig and Whiskey, this was their inaugural kickoff to an annual event in Downtown Willoughby. ...and, The Pig ...
Northeast Ohio Real Estate Safety ConcernsYou've probably heard the multitude of stories involving crimes against real estate agents or houses being robbed by criminals. A recent blog on Inman News, by J. Philip Faranda 'It’s time to tell agents they can no longer meet with complete strangers i...