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Issue Date: June 2011

Rating the Suburbs 2011

The welcome mat is out again.

Sure, it may be a little mud-stained and tattered by the economic crisis that trampled the real estate market in the past few years. But people are slowly stepping back into the housing game.

So this year's Rating the Suburbs issue is here to help. We've explored what's selling now and what's important to Clevelanders when they're searching for a new place to live.

"There are 27 percent fewer houses on the market than there were this time last year," says Howard W. "Hoby" Hanna IV, president of Howard Hanna Ohio. That figure and the influx of homes purchased last year with the government's first-time buyer tax credit may be reasons why Ohio's year-to-year overall sales are down 5.2 percent.

Thursday, May 17, 2012 1:00:26 PM by Lee F. Barthelman
Apparently you are going to continue to NOT rate the fastest growing and most housing starts ... in northeast Summit County. Ask Ryan homes where their new homes are selling the best in Summit. Check our school systems, and recent demographics (last 5-8 years or so). View our lake, quality of government, & talk with residents. This area is popular for families from empty-nesters & retirees to newlyweds and young families. Why not send Hoby & Lute to Reminderville, OH to see for themselves. I'll buy lunch and give them the grand tour. Your readers deserve to know about us.

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