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The Federal Tax Stimulus drove sales in April, 2010, pushing Buyers to purchase by April 30 and demanding that Sellers price their homes to sell.  Traffic exceeded the usual expectations of Realtors for the April time frame.  Additionally, prices improved in the lower price ranges.Hyde Park, Mt. Lookout, Oakley, Columbia Tusculum Market Snapshot - 2005-2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In fact, traffic was skewed to the lower end of the market.  First time buyers represented the majority of demand.  Homes listed for over $300,000 continue to be more difficult to sell than in the recent past.

There are currently 406 active listings in Hyde Park, Mt. Lookout, Oakley, and Columbia Tusculum.  There are 114 pending sales and 73 homes closed in April. 

The Federal Tax Stimulus drove sales in April, 2010, pushing Buyers to purchase by April 30 and demanding that Sellers price their homes to sell.  Traffic exceeded the usual expectations of Realtors for the April time frame.  Additionally, prices improved in the lower price ranges.Montgomery, Blue Ash, Sycamore Township, Symmes Township Market Snapshot - 2005-2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In fact, traffic was skewed to the lower end of the market.  First time buyers represented the majority of demand.  Homes listed for over $300,000 continue to be more difficult to sell than in the recent past.

There are currently 291 active listings in these neighborhoods in the Sycamore School distirct.  There are 83 pending sales and 59 homes closed in April. 

Anderson Township and Newtown Market Snapshot - April, 2010

by The Cincinnati Team

The Federal Tax Stimulus drove sales in April, 2010, pushing Buyers to purchase by April 30 and demanding that Sellers price their homes to sell.  Traffic exceeded the usual expectations of Realtors for the April time frame.  Additionally, prices improved in the lower price ranges.Anderson Township and Newtown Market Snapshot - 2005-2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In fact, traffic was skewed to the lower end of the market.  First time buyers represented the majority of demand.  Homes listed for over $300,000 continue to be more difficult to sell than in the recent past.

There are currently 452 active listings in Anderson Township and Newtown.  There are 113 pending sales and 44 homes closed in April. 

Mt. Adams Real Estate Market Snapshot- April, 2010

by The Cincinnati Team

The Federal Tax Stimulus drove sales in April, 2010, pushing Buyers to purchase by April 30 and demanding that Sellers price their homes to sell.  Traffic exceeded the usual expectations of Realtors for the April time frame.  Additionally, prices improved in the lower price ranges.Mt. Adams' Market Snapshot - 2005-2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In fact, traffic was skewed to the lower end of the market.  First time buyers represented the majority of demand.  Homes listed for over $300,000 continue to be more difficult to sell than in the recent past.

Currently, in the Mt. Adams market, Mt Adams has 35 active listings and 7 pending sales.  There were no closings in April.

The Greater Cincinnati area has some interesting historic tours available.  For instance, Newport Walking Tours has allowed over 4000 people to explore Newport's glamorous (gangster) past.

This year, they are expanding by offering a tour of Over the Rhine, because of its hundreds of historic buildings and famous residents. The first tours will be from May 27 through Memorial Day as an area fundraiser.  After that, the tours will be every Saturday.

Dubbed Queen City Underground: Bosses, Brewery and Burials, the tours will explore the people and events that shaped Cincinnati from the 1810's to the 1950's.  Sometimes, we think there are characters living there now, imagine how many characters have lived there over the 150 years this tour reviews!

They will explore the story of immigrants who built the area and key things that shaped the city.  Obviously, the beer brewing history of the area will be discussed.  George "Boss" Cox, an infamous Cincinnati mayor shouldn't be left out!  You'll hear about the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Harriet Beecher Stowe's school, Ezzard Charles's training grounds, buildings where Wild Bill Hickok and Charlie Chaplin performed, etc.

It is a testiment to the legacy of the Over the Rhine area that so many buildings still remain!

Other Tours                                                             

If you are interested in other unique Cincinnati tours, you should visit:

The Ghosts of Cincinnati at www.hauntedCincinnatiTours.comImmaculata Church - Mt. Adams, Ohio

Historic tours offered by Architrecks feature historic properties and walking tours of Downtown, Over the Rhine, Findlay Market/Brewery District, Mt. Adams, Walnut Hills, Northside/Cumminsville, and Clifton plus additional one-time tours.  Particularly explore the  "Outside-In" tours that allow you to get inside private buildings along tour routes.  Find out more about these at: http://cincinnatipreservation.org/architreks

From Tenements to Townhouses: Multi-Family Housing in Cincinnati display is presented at Betts House until Sept. 30th, 416 Clark Street, West End.  One of the walking tours is of Multi-Family Living in Walnut Hills on May 22, 10 AM.

Celebrate Wednesdays at Krohn Conservatory's Butterfly Show

by The Cincinnati Team

Wednesdays at Krohn Conservatory                             

During the Butterfly Show at Krohn Conservatory, they are Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Showopening especially on Wednesday evenings from 5:30-8:30 PM for you to enjoy the butterflies, Japanese Gardens, bonsai and ikebana.  You will sample sake and other Japanese drinks, as well as musical entertainment.

The goal is to allow us to experience the Japanese culture, its flora and fauna, right here in Cincinnati.  Japanese artist's work will be displayed. Plus, tourism videos will be shown of different areas in Japan.

Local bands that you can hear are:

Shiny Old Soul - May 19 (Part Jazz, part rock, all original, acoustic)

The Electric Generals - May 26

Kyle English - June 2 (Solo, Acoustic guitar player)

Jason Ludwig - June 9 (Singer/songwriter, plays with Noctaluca)

A new feature offered at the Krohn is the ability to download MPEG-4 video files to your I-phone and follow the tour as you visit various plant houses.  What a way to be able to learn as you tour!

Cincinnati Fire Department Receives Honor

by The Cincinnati Team

Tens of thousands of our country's families learned more about fire safety and home fire hazards through the interactive Fire Safety Pledge Program sponsored by Liberty Mutual.  Each time a family tested their fire safety knowledge with a short quiz and was then credited a point to their local fire department. The Cincinnati Fire Department was one of only two departments honored in the large fire department category.Cincinnati Fire Department

The $10,000 award will be used for the Safe Summer Nights Program.  This program allows the fire companies to target neighborhoods from May to October. They are handing out free smoke alarms, batteries, and carbon monoxide alarms for those in need. It will also be used to increase educational programming for the public.

The Cincinnati Fire Department (CFD) was organized in 1853 and is the nation’s oldest, fully-paid professional fire department.

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