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RE/MAX of Tennessee – June 2014 Market Trend Report

July 23, 2014- Alpharetta, GA – Home sales continue to rise over prior months, but remain lower than they were 12 months ago. We continue to see the normal trends occurring throughout spring and into the summer months. The Months Supply of inventory increased from last month to 4.1, where a supply of 6.0 indicates a market balanced equally between buyers and sellers.

 

According to CEO of RE/MAX, LLC, Margaret Kelly, “The increasing inventory of homes for sale is having a positive impact, despite some lingering challenges with lending standards, so the recovery remains in place. If the overall economy improves, history has shown that housing is likely to stay in line with long-standing seasonal trends.”

 

For more information about your market check out the full Market Trend reports based on local MLS data:

 

 

Every market is local! Contact a local RE/MAX of Tennessee real estate agent for details on your neighborhood.

 

The National Housing Report by RE/MAX, LLC reports on 52 major markets and generalizes the nation’s housing industry.  

 
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RE/MAX of Southern Ohio – June 2014 Market Trend Report

July 23, 2014- Alpharetta, GA – Home sales continue to rise over prior months, but remain lower than they were 12 months ago. We continue to see the normal trends occurring throughout spring and into the summer months. The Months Supply of inventory increased from last month to 4.1, where a supply of 6.0 indicates a market balanced equally between buyers and sellers.

 

According to CEO of RE/MAX, LLC, Margaret Kelly, “The increasing inventory of homes for sale is having a positive impact, despite some lingering challenges with lending standards, so the recovery remains in place. If the overall economy improves, history has shown that housing is likely to stay in line with long-standing seasonal trends.”

 

For more information about your market check out the full Market Trend reports based on local MLS data:

 

 

Every market is local! Contact a local RE/MAX of Southern Ohio  real estate agent for details on your neighborhood.

 

The National Housing Report by RE/MAX, LLC reports on 52 major markets and generalizes the nation’s housing industry.  

 
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RE/MAX of Kentucky – June 2014 Market Trend Report

July 23, 2014- Alpharetta, GA – Home sales continue to rise over prior months, but remain lower than they were 12 months ago. We continue to see the normal trends occurring throughout spring and into the summer months. The Months Supply of inventory increased from last month to 4.1, where a supply of 6.0 indicates a market balanced equally between buyers and sellers.

 

According to CEO of RE/MAX, LLC, Margaret Kelly, “The increasing inventory of homes for sale is having a positive impact, despite some lingering challenges with lending standards, so the recovery remains in place. If the overall economy improves, history has shown that housing is likely to stay in line with long-standing seasonal trends.”

 

For more information about your market check out the full Market Trend reports based on local MLS data:

 

Every market is local! Contact a local RE/MAX of Kentucky real estate agent for details on your neighborhood.

 

The National Housing Report by RE/MAX, LLC reports on 52 major markets and generalizes the nation’s housing industry. 

 
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RE/MAX of Georgia – June 2014 Market Trend Report

July 23, 2014- Alpharetta, GA – Home sales continue to rise over prior months, but remain lower than they were 12 months ago. We continue to see the normal trends occurring throughout spring and into the summer months. The Months Supply of inventory increased from last month to 4.1, where a supply of 6.0 indicates a market balanced equally between buyers and sellers.

 

According to CEO of RE/MAX, LLC, Margaret Kelly, “The increasing inventory of homes for sale is having a positive impact, despite some lingering challenges with lending standards, so the recovery remains in place. If the overall economy improves, history has shown that housing is likely to stay in line with long-standing seasonal trends.”

 

For more information about your market check out the full Market Trend reports based on local MLS data:

 

Every market is local! Contact a local RE/MAX of Georgia real estate agent for details on your neighborhood.

 

The National Housing Report by RE/MAX, LLC reports on 52 major markets and generalizes the nation’s housing industry.  

 
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Two Home Teams Play to Win: RE/MAX of Georgia Partners with Atlanta Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons announced today a renewed partnership with RE/MAX of Georgia for the second consecutive year.  RE/MAX of Georgia will serve as the team’s Official Real Estate Partner for the upcoming 2014-2015 NFL season.

 

RE/MAX of Georgia is the first real estate company in the Southeast to have such a marketing agreement with the Falcons.  “The Falcons are Atlanta’s beloved home team, and we share their fans’ excitement and anticipation for the new season,” says Bob Zumbrunn of RE/MAX Regional Services.

 

The partnership includes RE/MAX representation at Atlanta Falcons Training Camp as well as at Falcons Landing at the Georgia Dome before home games this season.  The RE/MAX presence will provide an enhanced experience for fans on game-day and events year-round.

 

“Since September 2013, RE/MAX signage has been up at Gate C in the Georgia Dome for many different events,” notes Erin Beidle, Senior Marketing Manager with RE/MAX Regional Services. “During the upcoming Falcons season, RE/MAX will again be well represented. This month, the famous RE/MAX balloon will ‘rise up’ during the opening weekend of Falcons Training Camp and also during various home games throughout the season.”   The RE/MAX red, white and blue hot air balloon will provide tethered rides to fans at evening games, weather permitting.

 

“RE/MAX of Georgia sees this multi-faceted campaign with the Falcons as just one more way to support the community and those who live in the area,” according to Zumbrunn. “Our RE/MAX affiliates enjoy supporting the home team throughout the season.”

 

2014 Atlanta Falcons Training Camp Schedule

Friday, July 25:                    3:30-5:50 p.m. (open to the public)

Saturday, July 26:              3:30-5:50 p.m. (open to the public)
 – RE/MAX in attendance

Sunday, July 27:                 3:30-6:05 p.m. (open to the public)
 – RE/MAX in attendance

Monday, July 28:                 3:30-6:05 p.m. (open to the public)

Tuesday, July 29:               3:30-6:05 p.m. (open to the public)

Wednesday, July 30:         Players’ day off, no practice

Thursday, July 31:              3:30-6:05 p.m. (open to the public)

Friday, August 1:                6:45-9:10 p.m.
KIA Motors “Friday Night Lights” at Archer High School in Lawrenceville, GA

Saturday, August 2:           3:30-5:30 p.m. (open to the public)

Sunday, August 3:              3:30-6:05 p.m. (open to the public)

Monday, August 4:             3-5:30 p.m. (Combined practice with Tennessee Titans, open to the public)

Tuesday, August 5:            Players’ day off, no practice

Wednesday, August 6:      3:30-6:05 p.m. (open to the public)

Thursday, August 7:          Practice closed to the public

Friday, August 8:                Falcons vs. Dolphins, 7 p.m., Georgia Dome

Saturday, August 9:           4:30-5:45 p.m. (open to the public)

Sunday, August 10:            Players’ day off, no practice

Monday, August 11:           3:30-5:50 p.m. (open to the public)

Tuesday, August 12:          10 a.m.-12:35 p.m. (open to the public)

 
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RE/MAX Realty Group Office Opens in New Lexington

Local teacher retires to follow passion for real estate

After 11 years in real estate, newly retired teacher, John Bethel, has recently opened RE/MAX Realty in New Lexington, Ohio.

 

“REMAX gave me the best opportunities to be successful—I wanted to be a franchise. REMAX sells more real estate than any in the world, I wanted to be part of the best” says John Bethel, Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Realty, “The real estate market fluctuates with time, and right now in New Lexington, it’s a great business to be in and an excellent way to serve members of my community.”

 

The new 700 square ft. RE/MAX Preferred Group office will serve New Lexington and the surrounding areas, including Perry, Fairfield, Morgan, Licking and Muskingum Counties. Bethel and his team, specialize in residential and commercial real estate and property management.

 

The new office is located at 2465 Panther Drive, Suite C, New Lexington, OH 43764. For more information please visit, www.homesinperrycounty.com or contact Dan Bethel at 740-343-4165.

 
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RE/MAX has 127 Agents and 147 Teams Ranked in The Thousand Survey

7 Agents or Teams are Within Our Region!


Ranked by Sides

#27 RE/MAX Elite
The Ashton Real Estate Group
Nashville, TN

#33 RE/MAX First Coast of Georgia Realty
Edward Leavy Team
St. Marys, GA

#42 RE/MAX Executive Group
Jeffrey Pitts Team
Elizabethtown, KY

#62 RE/MAX Central Properties
Tim Hall Team
Springboro, OH

#104 RE/MAX Properties East
Floyd McCarty
Louisville, KY

#123 RE/MAX Properties East
The Medley Sokoler Team
Louisville, KY

#146 RE/MAX Center
Tamra Wade Team
Duluth, GA

Ranked by Volume

#50 RE/MAX Elite
The Ashton Real Estate Group
Nashville, TN

#222 RE/MAX Executive Group
Jeffrey Pitts Team
Elizabethtown, KY

Click here to view the complete list of “The Thousand”

Congratulations to all RE/MAX agents and teams for being named one of the top 1,000 residential specialists in the United States.

 
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Ohio Cities Ranked Among The Nation’s Most Affordable For Families

Ohioans know the benefits of living in the Buckeye State, small towns and large cities offer culture, many educational options and bountiful job and business opportunities. Ohio cities regularly rank among the most affordable cities in the country lists featured by Forbes and CNN to name a few. Ohio cities also rank highly as the best places to live and raise a family. We assessed Census data, cost of living and other important factors, and compiled a list of Ohio’s most affordable cities for families!

Mason

Mason, Ohio is a 30 – 40 minute drive to two larger cities, Cincinnati and Dayton. Although, living just on the outskirts of the city helps maintain a small town feel. It has an impressive list of potential employers like Procter & Gamble, Luxottica Retail (headquarters of Lenscrafters, Sunglass Hut and Watch Station) and Portion Pac Inc., which is the headquarters of one of the largest food service companies in the country. Housing prices remain affordable, around $200,000. This is a town on the rise!

Toledo

Toledo is nestled at the west end of Lake Erie, at the junction of the Michigan and Canada border, in northwestern Ohio. It’s the fourth most populous city in the state, and with that offers many cultural and dining options like Shorty’s Bar B Que, Final Cut, the Peristyle and Toledo Museum of Art. The city is a hot spot for Green jobs as well as the glass and automobile industries. The median home prices hover around $74,000, making it the fourth most affordable place to buy a home in the United States.

Lima

Made famous as being the location of William McKinley High School on the TV show Glee, Lima is often the pun of a joke on the show for being such a small town. According to the 2010 census, Lima has a population of just 38,000 — it’s a small city. The Northwestern city, that’s about an hour and half drive from Toledo and Columbus, has the small town feel and affordable housing. Lima has an expansive medical community, it’s home of a regional medical center that serves a 10-county area. ST. Rita’s Medical Center and Lima Memorial Health System are the two major hospitals found in the center of this area’s medical community. Average home prices are around $100,000.

Springfield

Springfield, Ohio, located 25 miles northeast of Dayton. Springfield is a small city with a flare for the liberal arts. Home to Wittenberg University, much of the city revolves around the college. Where there are students, there are generally great stores, eateries and cultural events, and this holds true for Springfield. It also happens to be among the most affordable places to live in the United States, with an affordability ranking of over 95%. The median housing prices is a reasonable $84,000, up from $69,000 in 2000.

Dayton

Dayton as a long and illustrious history. Founded by 12 settlers in the 1700s, Dayton has grown and expanded over the years, and played an interesting part in the industrial revolution. Because of its history, Dayton is an eclectic mix of both old world charm, and modern convenience. Residents will find everything they need within the city, including higher education, and it they can even settle down in an affordable home. With a median home price of about $81,000, Dayton is affordable even by Ohio standards.

 

 
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RE/MAX of Tennessee – May 2014 Market Trend Report

Home Sales continue to rise over prior months, but remain lower than they were 12 months ago. We continue to see the normal trends occurring throughout spring and into the summer months. The Months Supply of inventory fell slightly from last month to 3.8, down 4.1% from prior year.

 

According to CEO of RE/MAX, LLC, Margaret Kelly, “The usually strong spring selling months appear to be following traditional growth patterns. We’ve now seen three straight months of increased sales over the previous month – although we may not match the growth rates we saw last year, we are seeing significant increases in both sales and prices and that’s a positive sign.”

 

For more information about your market check out the full Market Trend reports based on local MLS data:

 

 

Every market is local! Contact a local RE/MAX of Tennessee real estate agent for details on your neighborhood.

 

The National Housing Report by RE/MAX, LLC reports on 52 major markets and generalizes the nation’s housing industry.  

 
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RE/MAX of Southern Ohio – May 2014 Market Trend Report

Home Sales continue to rise over prior months, but remain lower than they were 12 months ago. We continue to see the normal trends occurring throughout spring and into the summer months. The Months Supply of inventory fell slightly from last month to 3.8, down 4.1% from prior year.

 

According to CEO of RE/MAX, LLC, Margaret Kelly, “The usually strong spring selling months appear to be following traditional growth patterns. We’ve now seen three straight months of increased sales over the previous month – although we may not match the growth rates we saw last year, we are seeing significant increases in both sales and prices and that’s a positive sign.”

 

For more information about your market check out the full Market Trend reports based on local MLS data:

 

 

Every market is local! Contact a local RE/MAX of Southern Ohio  real estate agent for details on your neighborhood.

 

The National Housing Report by RE/MAX, LLC reports on 52 major markets and generalizes the nation’s housing industry.  

 
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