Monday, November 30, 2009

New Listing - Liberty Twp - Lakota Schools

5562 Creekside Meadows


Beautiful 2yr old/4BR home in Creekside Meadows. Great open fl plan, huge kitchen w/island open to sunrm, 42 cabs, 9' ceilings, 1st fl stdy, $22K+ in upgrades-sprinkler sys, paver patio/fire pit, landscaping, humidifier, hunter douglas blinds. This home has it all!! PRICED TO SELL!  Super neighborhood with walking trails.

Call Sibcy Cline Realtor Michelle Sloan for a private tour.  Serious buyers only!

Busy Day in Real Estate..

Real estate is popping.. just in time for the holidays and end of the year! Anyone want to list now?? Mason City Schools.. Call Me!

Michelle Sloan, Sibcy Cline Realtor.
msloan@sibcycline.com
513-600-5277



Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy the season and be safe.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Home Sales UP in Cincy Area

Home Sales Up 5 Months in a Row -

October Strongest % Gain This Year

Local home sales -- for the fifth month in a row -- surpassed sales activity from a year ago.
Sales last month totaled 1,724 homes, up 15% from last October. It was the strongest
year-over- year return for any month this year.

Nationally, home sales increased 23% from a year ago.

The federal tax credit for first-time buyers continued to be the positive “shot in the arm” for
buying last month. That program was set to expire Nov. 30.

Other factors for the October gain included low mortgage rates and a favorable inventory of
homes from which a buyer could select. Mortgage rates for a 30-year fixed rate loan now average
5.07%. A year ago it was 6.31%. Lower mortgage interest costs a homeowner less each month in
housing payment.

Congress recently extended and expanded the tax credit program for home purchases made by
April 30, 2010 and close by June 30. The enhanced program continues with a tax credit up to $8,000 for
first-time buyers, but also $6,500 for current homeowners who buy between now and April 30.

Inventory of homes for sale currently is at 7.48 months compared to 10.28 months a year ago. A
balanced market – for buyers and sellers -- is from 5 to 6 months.

*Source: Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Mortgage Rate Update

30-Year Rates Near Record Breaking Levels

15-Year FRM Drops to Lowest Ever Recorded in Freddie Mac Survey History


The 30 Year FRM averaged 4.83% with an average .7 points down from last week’s average of 4.91%. Last year at this time the 30 Year FRM averaged 6.04%. The 15 Year FRM averaged 4.32% with an average of .6 points down from 4.36%. WOW these are some great rates!!!

Get qualified today and talk to Sibcy Cline Realtor Michelle Sloan to find a great home in the northern Cincinnati area before these rates go any higher!!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

My mortgage sources say rates went down today! Thinkin about buying? What r you waiting for? In northern Cincy call realtor Michelle Sloan. sloansellshomes.com

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Huge Price Reduction Today - Great Investment - Handyman Special

9501 Creekside Dr, Symmes twp.




2  Beautiful Lots, Ranch Home with 3 BR and 3 BA.  Loveland Schools.  End of private Cul-de-sac.

Call Sibcy Cline Realtor Michelle Sloan for a private showing today!!
513-600-5277  Serious/Qualified Buyers only!!

Monday, November 9, 2009

I'm excited to meet new buyers today. It's still a great time to buy and interest rates went down this am! Get started looking today www.sloansellshomes.com

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Need a Vacation?

Enjoy a 20% discount at the Great Wolf Lodge – Mason, OH (discount good until Dec 17th). Spend time with your family and friends or pass along this corporate code (CINC452E) to a special customer or client to enjoy this benefit. Reservations are made online at www.GREATWOLF.com.


Have fun! It's like a mini vacation.

Compliments of your Mason, Ohio Realtor - Michelle Sloan

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Breaking news! Tax credit extension passes! Now all we need is a presidential signature!

Homebuyer Tax Credit - Extension Update

Good news from Washington. The House will vote today on a bill that would extend the first-time homebuyers tax credit. The Senate passed the legislation 98-0, yesterday.

The current $8,000 tax credit for first-time homebuyers set to expire at the end of the month, President Barack Obama is expected to quickly sign the measure into law to extend benefits through April 2010. The program would also allow a $6,500 credit for homebuyers who have lived in their current residences for five years.

Sibcy Cline Realtor Michelle Sloan says, "This is the incentive needed to help some buyers make a commitment and it gives them a little time to get their financial situation in order to buy a home."

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

If you have the oppprtunity, please VOTE today.

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