Sarah Zamary spent part of Monday afternoon touring a Symmes Township house with Sibcy Cline realtors Jens and Dede Persson. The Indian Hill resident is considering the Cummings Farm Lane property to provide more space for her growing family and said she believes this is the right time to buy.
“We feel like the market is now back,” she said. “We feel we can get a decent price for our old home and we’re going to be able to get a great value for our new home.” Zamary’s enthusiasm is the kind of activity that continues to drive Greater Cincinnati home sales.
The Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors reported a 19 percent increase in sales in October compared to a year ago. The Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors said sales were up 4.6 percent in the same period. It’s the 16th consecutive month of increases in Cincinnati and the 15th in a row for Northern Kentucky.
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