Thursday, December 20, 2012

Central Ohio Housing News

According to the Central Ohio housing report released by the Columbus Board of Realtors, home sales are up by 30% in the month of November from the same time period a year ago.  Sale prices were up for the 10th straight month, and the percentages show an increase in the average sale price and median sale price for the year.

This is all great news for Central Ohio homeowners.  To see the full report, click on the link below.

Central Ohio Housing Report November 2012

To get in on the action and find out what your home is worth CLICK HERE.

Become a homeowner... What's for Sale?

Have a safe and happy end of the year!

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Gahanna Community Highlights

Students and staff members of Gahanna Lincoln High School gathered to release balloons honoring the victims of the unthinkable tragedy in Connecticut this past week.  Click the link below to see pictures and to read the full story.  


If you haven't taken the kids to visit Santa, this Saturday at the Ohio Herb Center in Gahanna is your last chance.  Santa pledged his time to the children of Gahanna for each saturday in December but must head back to the North Pole to rest up. 


Hopefully some snow will fall soon to add to the scenery down at Gahanna's Creekside development and the Winter Wonderland lights and decorations.  If you haven't been down yet, the City of Gahanna did a great job decorating Creekside to provide a wonderful attraction for kids and adults alike.  The lights will shine through the end of the year, so you still have time.  


Have a safe and happy end of the year!

Take care, 
Scott Morrison

Thursday, December 13, 2012

This Month in Real Estate

From KWRI:



For more targeted real estate statistics in your neighborhood, contact me through email.  I'd be happy to put together a comparative market analysis for your home or help you analyze the area to find the perfect place to purchase.  Search here for a house for sale in Gahanna and be sure to read my previous post about home sales in Gahanna.

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Sunday, December 9, 2012

FAQ: What's My Payment?

When purchasing a home, most people (especially first-time buyers) are dealing with numbers that they never had imagined up to this point in their lives.  Looking at a price tag of $100,000 or $200,000 is almost demoralizing if you do not understand the concept of a mortgage/ payments/ rates etc...

For my listing on Royal Tern Crossing, I asked Jon Sadler of Bank of America to put the form you see below together to give a prospective buyer a better idea of what the price tag really meant to them.

Click the image to enlarge

Seeing $113,900 (the price has been reduced since the production of the flyer!!!) is not what most buyers want to see most in the end.  What a buyer should be looking at, among other things, is the monthly payment.  $113,900 is spread over 30 years, it is the monthly payment that is often the best gauge of what you can afford and what you cannot afford.  (note:  there is far more than a monthly payment to a mortgage... monthly payment just offers more familiarity to most buyers that I cross paths with)

To a seller, every penny makes a difference because it is the price they are getting out of the home.  To a buyer, the most important things are the rates they can get that contribute to the monthly payment.  $1000 to a seller is $1000, whereas $1000 to a buyer may only be $10 or so a month (obviously this number is dependent on the price of the home).

So as you, the buyer, look for houses for sale... don't let a couple thousand on the price tag make your decision for you.  Use the pre-approval process to determine your top dollar, and then find yourself a house you love and let your agent negotiate on your behalf to get you the best deal.

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for a house for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Thursday, December 6, 2012

LISTING OPEN HOUSE

I will be holding my listing at 6299 Royal Tern Crossing open this Sunday (December 9) from 2-4pm.

Whether you are a neighbor, friend, or potential buyer I'd like to invite you to stop by.  The condo is located in the Gahanna & New Albany area just off of Morse Rd.  It is close to Easton, Stoneridge, downtown, and the Columbus Airport.  For full details on the property click here.


See you on Sunday!!

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for additional houses for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Gahanna Housing Statistics YTD

So I was curious this morning about home sales in Gahanna.  As I read my twitter feed I see all sorts of news about the housing market.  Some reports have the market coming back, some had it back awhile ago, and others are still predicting it to come back way further down the road.  This is extremely relevant because one of the top questions a Realtor receives is whether or not it is the right time to list a home.

As I have reported previously in my Central Ohio Housing Report posts, statistics report positive news for Central Ohio.  As for Gahanna, I went ahead and did a very simple search on the MLS to focus a bit more on the community.  I looked for houses for sale in Gahanna that closed during this calendar year (Jan 1, 12 - Dec 1, 12).  I actually used Gahanna-Jefferson schools as the search ingredient, so these results are any home that has closed in the Gahanna-Jefferson School District this year...

The results show 439 closings on single family homes in Gahanna.  With that volume of numbers I didn't dig further into the average sales price or number of days on the market, but I'd be more than happy to dispense more specific information to anyone that requests information relevant to them (email me).

A few other tidbits about Gahanna homes...

There are 191 homes actively listed in Gahanna at this time.

Additionally, 103 homes are either contingent upon a factor in the deal or under contract ready to close.

Again, all of these stats are very surface-level and are not being compared to previous years or really any other criteria.  I just wanted to share what I found as a result of my own curiosity.

If you are looking to buy or sell a house, or know someone that would like to, I'd be grateful for the opportunity help you become part of the statistics for the next closed-sale report that I publish.

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Gahanna Holiday Lights Parade II

After a warm and beautiful Thanksgiving day, the lights parade ushered in the holiday season along with a bitter cold wind that forced all of us to bundle up with multiple layers.  It was still a wonderful celebration!  Below are some pictures I took with the instagram app on my phone.  They aren't the clearest of pictures, but still show the spirit of the parade...







Happy Holidays!!

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Friday, November 23, 2012

Gahanna Holiday Lights Parade

Tonight, Friday November 23, is the annual Holiday Lights Parade through downtown Gahanna.  The parade will start at 6:00pm at the Gahanna Library and will travel down Granville St and by Creekside before making a circle and returning to the library (click here for a map).

A picture from last year as my son eagerly awaited the next float. 
The parade is a great event for all ages, especially children.  Marching bands, horses, creatively designed and constructed floats, and many other special guests are featured throughout.  Arrive early to claim a spot along the route as this is an attraction that many people come to see!

Have a safe and happy remainder of the holiday weekend!

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Central Ohio Housing Report

This past week, the Columbus Board of REALTORS released the housing report for October of 2012.

A few highlights:
     -  Home sales are up for the 10th consecutive month
     -  Sale price is up over 10% compared to last year
     -  The number of new listings on the market is up about 12%
     -  Home inventory is down by as much as 30%.  This is a good sign for sellers because simple supply and demand principles show that this will help the pricing and values of homes.

To read the full report, click here.

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for a house for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Friday, November 16, 2012

Listing Video Showcase: 6299 Royal Tern

I created the video below to showcase the condo I have listed at 6299 Royal Tern.  The condo is located in the Preserve Crossing in the Gahanna & New Albany area just off of morse rd.


I will be holding this listing open Sunday November 18 from 2-4pm.  If the video walkthrough intrigued you at all, or if you know of someone that may be interested please share this information, stop by the open house, or email me with some contact information. 


I appreciate you stopping by my blog.

Take care, 
Scott Morrison

Click here to look at additional houses for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Saturday, November 10, 2012

6299 Royal Tern

My latest listing...




The seller is the original owner.  The condo has been cared for and updated to stay with the times.  New blinds have been recently added that truly upgrade the homey feel.  New carpet and an upgraded strom/ screen door are little things that make a big difference.



The seller has raved about the fitness classes that are offered free with your membership to the condo association.  All types of classes throughout the day beginning as early as 6AM.  A main concern for buyers is parking when they see "off street" type spaces available, but the seller comments that they have never had an issue with parking, and the spaces outside of the back patio area are essentially theirs.


2 Beds and 1 bath are upstairs, while the finished basement houses the other half bath.  Approximately 450 sq ft of finished space is available in the basement along with easy access to the laundry and mechanicals.

If you are in the market for a condo, or know somebody that is, please contact me to set up a showing.  The sellers are motivated and have priced their condo to sell.

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for a house for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

This Month In Real Estate (NOV)

This month in Real Estate from KWRI:


Historic numbers to take advantage of!  Contact me when you are ready to buy or sell!

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Preparing for Homeownership

One of the most valuable assets we have in the Keller Williams Family are our connections within the housing/ mortgage industry.  There are so many moving parts and so many changes that happen each and every day to some part of the industry, that without trusted people on your team, there would be no way to keep up with everything.

I was just recently in touch with Jon Sadler at Bank of America regarding a client and the possibility of investigating first-time buyer assistance programs.  It is amazing how different the conversation was than just at the beginning of the Summer!  Anyway, he is a fantastic mortgage professional, and I'd recommend him to anyone because of his ability to explain whatever it is that he is explaining in terms that both my client and I can make sense of.

I wanted to pass along some of the resources that his website provides.  Whether it is a piece about repairing credit, budgeting, buying your first home, short sales, or buying a fixer-upper, these resources are outstanding for both the client and the Realtor.

Preparing for Homeownership

Use the link above to browse the site.  If you have any questions, feel free to email me or to get in touch with Jon through his site.  When you are ready to begin the journey to owning a home, I'd be more than happy to be your Realtor, and I'm sure that Jon would jump at the chance to help you obtain a loan!

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for a house for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Upcoming Events in Gahanna (November)

Happy November everyone!

As we approach the Holiday season, life will get busier and busier.  Do not lose track of a few events that the Gahanna community should take advantage of....

Paws in the Plaza-  This is the final opportunity to enjoy Creekside with your four-legged friend while visiting with vendors, business groups, and many other services.  Paws in the Plaza runs on the first Thursday of the month (TONIGHT Nov. 1) from April to November at Creekside Plaza (123 Mill St).  This is a free event and it runs from 4:30 til dusk.  See the link for more details.


Winter Wonderland & Tree Lighting- At 6:10pm on Saturday November 10, the Gahanna Parks & Rec department will celebrate the beginning of the holiday season with a tree lighting ceremony at Creekside Plaza.  AEP's Louie the Lightning bug will be there to flip the switch and will entertain with contests and crafts for the kids before and after.  The winter wonderland lighting throughout Creekside will run through the beginning of January

Take care,
Scott Morrison
Click here to search for a house for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Friday, October 26, 2012

Trick or Treat in Gahanna

Beggar's night will be Wednesday October 31 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM.  



Take care,
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for a house for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

The Home Buying Process: Step #10


This is the final post of ten in a series about the home buying process.  The purpose of this series is to educate the reader on different steps in the process to ease any anxiety of the unknown.  Whether you are a first-time buyer or have purchased in the past, it is always advantageous to be up-to-date with the latest news and information to make your path to home ownership as smooth as possible.

Step #9:  Closing

Step #10:  Moving Day!

The process of buying a home is, at times, exhausting.  You now have the key in your hand to your new home, but there is still a ton of work left to do.  The best news is that you are in control of the work, not a bank, lender, seller, or anyone else that could possibly keep you from your dream home.

Moving 'stuff' is fairly straight forward.  Hire a moving company if you have too much to handle or are under certain time constraints.  This post is about the things that are not 'stuff' related.  Many people get their new home and then think solely about moving 'stuff' in, and never stop to think about the little details that are involved in a move.  Below is a checklist taken from the Keller Williams Buyer's Guide of contacts you should make before you move.  The companies and service providers listed are contacts that may not be urgent needs, but will help you to become more familiar with your new community.


Utilities:
______Electric
______Telephone
______Water
______Cable
______Gas
Professional Services:
______Broker
______Accountant
______Doctor
______Dentist
______Lawyer
Government:
______Internal Revenue Service
______Post Office
______Schools
______State Licensing
______Library
______Veterans Administration
Clubs:
______Health & Fitness
______Country Club

Insurance Companies:
______Accidental
______Auto
______Health
______Home
______Life
______Renters
Business Accounts:
______Banks
______Cellular Phone
______Department Stores
______Finance Companies/Credit Cards
Subscriptions:
______Magazines
______Newspapers
Miscellaneous:
______Business Associates
______House of Worship
______Drug Store
______Dry Cleaner
______Hair Stylist

The checklist certainly isn't a complete list of necessary contacts as it will differ for each person.  But, be sure that you review the list to assess your needs and plan accordingly.  Your agent will be able to help you when it comes to local contacts and may have some additional items to add to the list.

Once again, congratulations on becoming a homeowner.  I hope the series of posts that I have provided to help you understand the process have made the process as stress-free as possible.

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for a house for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Open House Sunday Oct 14 2-4 PM

433 Peale Ct:  Extremely high-end remodeled Kitchen.  Freshly painted.  New Carpeting.  IN-LAW bedroom on 1st floor.  All bathrooms remodeled. Wood floors on 1st floor.  Walkout finished lower-level w/ built in cabinets and wet bar.  Deck surrounds house.  Large backyard.  Convenient to Gahanna/ New Albany commerce & freeways.  Minutes to airport.

Open Sunday October 14 from 2-4 PM.  Click here for additional information and more pictures of 433 Peale Ct.

Use my website to search for additional homes for sale in the Gahanna area.  If you'd like to schedule a showing, contact me ASAP, I'd be happy to help.

Take care, 
Scott Morrison

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Central Ohio Housing Report

The Columbus Board of REALTORS recently released the housing report for the month of August.  Housing news remains on a steady incline for Central Ohio homeowners.  The number of residential closings and the average time spent on the market continue to shed positive light on the real estate market.  Click here to read the full article.

Going by the numbers, it is safe to say that this Fall is a good time to put your house up for sale if you are looking to move any time soon.  There are still lots of motivated buyers eagerly awaiting the perfect home and the decline in the supply of homes increases the value of new listings.


The positive housing news is also a great sign for buyers.  The past few years have forced buyers to hesitate a bit to see where the market is going.  The time to buy at a very favorable price is sooner rather than later.  Use my website to search for homes for sale in your area.

If I can be of any type of assistance to you whether you are buying or selling, please feel free to contact me at any time!

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The Home Buying Process: Step #9

This is the ninth post of ten in a series about the home buying process.  The purpose of this series is to educate the reader on different steps in the process to ease any anxiety of the unknown.  Whether you are a first-time buyer or have purchased in the past, it is always advantageous to be up-to-date with the latest news and information to make your path to home ownership as smooth as possible.


Step #9:  Closing
At some point in the last 48 hours your agent has taken you through your soon-to-be home one last time for a final walkthrough.  This walkthrough was to check that all requested repairs were properly made, that all appliances and fixtures that were to remain in the home were still present, and that the home was still in the shape in which it was presented during your showing.

The closing marks the end of the home buying process.  Be prepared to go through a ton of paperwork.  You will sign your name or initial more than you can imagine.  All of these documents are for your benefit, so be prepared to be patient, and do not be afraid to ask questions before signing.  Go to closing with a learning mindset, and be certain you understand the documents you are signing.  The title officer will give a brief explanation of each as you go, but do not get impatient and just begin signing.

This link from Chicago Title is a good resource for learning about title insurance and escrow.  A question buyers often ask is "do we need all of this?"  I'm not sure you are going to find many agents that say "no."  Another topic of interest at the closing will be your truth-in-lending statement and other mortgage documents.  You will receive the final disclosure of the interest rates on your loan as well as a statement that will tell you your exact monthly payment.  You probably will already have a pretty good idea of this beforehand through your interactions during the buying process, but it is always nice to have closure.  Bankrate.com released a survival guide to real estate closing that gives a few additional explanations of the closing paperwork.

Items to bring to closing:
-  Certified check for closing costs and down payment
-  Photo IDs
-  Social Security card/ information
-  Addresses for the past 10 years

Two final events close out the process:
1.  Delivery of buyer's funds-  The bank or lender wires the funds for your mortgage in the amount of the loan.
2.  Delivery of the deed-  The deed is the legal document that transfers ownership of real estate.  It will name the buyer and seller, will contain the legal description of the property, and will contain all necessary signatures to make the transaction official.

CONGRATULATIONS!  You are now officially a homeowner.  The deed has been transferred and you are ready to receive the keys and move into your new home.

Step #10 will be a checklist for moving in that includes utilities, insurance companies, local contacts, and a number of other things you need to think about as you begin your new journey!

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for a home for sale in Gahanna Ohio


Wednesday, September 19, 2012

The Home Buying Process: Step 8

This is the eighth post of ten in a series about the home buying process.  The purpose of this series is to educate the reader on different steps in the process to ease any anxiety of the unknown.  Whether you are a first-time buyer or have purchased in the past, it is always advantageous to be up-to-date with the latest news and information to make your path to home ownership as smooth as possible.


Step #8:  Loan Approval


Congratulations!  Your loan has been approved and only time stands in your way from moving in! 

Both parties are notified of the loan approval and all documents are sent to the title company.  Upon receiving the documents the title company will do final prep work such as conducting a title exam, and handling title insurance and title survey.  These steps are to be certain that the buyer is purchasing the home and only the home.  If the title examinations come back with any liens or other unsatisfactory marks, the buyer will be notified and the seller will need to clear the title before moving to closing. 

Prior to closing the buyer will have one final walk through of the home.  This typically happens 24-48 hours before the closing, and allows the buyer to be sure that the home is still in proper shape and all repairs or remedies have indeed been completed. 

It is time to start packing (if you haven’t already) because your new home awaits you! 
In Step #9 I’ll discuss the closing and give you a list of items that you should have prepared to bring along with you.  

Until then..
Take care, 
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for a home for sale in Gahanna Ohio


Sunday, September 16, 2012

Open House Sunday 9/16

I am holding this house open today from 2-4pm.  Feel free to stop by and walk through anytime!

Click here for more details

MLS remarks:   Very well maintained home in Ludlow. New kitchen upgrades, new windows, and list of updated items that you can view during your showing. Large Screened porch off of Family room over looks the private and secluded back yard full of mature trees and wonderful landscaping. Three of the bedrooms have new carpet. Quiet cul'de'sac. Full basement ready to finish.


Take care,
Scott Morrison

Friday, September 14, 2012

Great Places in Gahanna: Friendship Park

I've found myself getting too into the Real Estate part of this blog, and not involved enough in highlighting what makes Gahanna a great place to live.  I really enjoy taking my family down to Friendship Park to walk the trails and enjoy one of Gahanna's great places.

Rather than bore you with a wordy description of everything that the park has to offer... I decided to just take my camera along to speak for me.  Enjoy!

Click on a picture to see all pictures as a slideshow...











Click here for directions to Friendship Park.  

Take care, 
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for a house for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

The Home Buying Process: Step 7


This is the seventh post of ten in a series about the home buying process.  The purpose of this series is to educate the reader on different steps in the process to ease any anxiety of the unknown.  Whether you are a first-time buyer or have purchased in the past, it is always advantageous to be up-to-date with the latest news and information to make your path to home ownership as smooth as possible.
Step #6:  Mortgage Application

Step #7:  Underwriting

The underwriting step is when the bank does a thorough evaluation of your financial situation to determine your eligibility for a loan.  Before granting you a loan, the bank does a credit analysis to see that you are indeed qualified to make the payments and that you are not a risky investment.

This step has become more difficult in the past few years.  Banks are establishing tougher requirements to eliminate risk of repeating the financial crisis that sent the market into a downward spiral.  These tougher requirements are making this time frustrating for buyers, sellers, agents, and everyone else involved in the process.  Often times, deal will move slowly through this time because of the thorough evaluations that are required of the underwriters.

The one thing that I'd like to communicate to buyers about this step is to be patient.  You may find yourself frustrated because you are getting a call every few days asking for a new document or signature.  Be certain that you ask questions if you are unsure of an instruction or situation so that you can provide the evidence necessary to get to the next step of the underwriting process.  It can be a stressful, tedious time, but just keep in the back of your mind that you are only weeks away from moving into your brand new home!

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for a home for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

The Home Buying Process: Step 6

This is the sixth post of ten in a series about the home buying process.  The purpose of this series is to educate the reader on different steps in the process to ease any anxiety of the unknown.  Whether you are a first-time buyer or have purchased in the past, it is always advantageous to be up-to-date with the latest news and information to make your path to home ownership as smooth as possible.

Step #6:  Mortgage Application

You've been pre-approved for a loan, but unfortunately pre-approval does not guarantee you a loan.  During this step of the home buying process, you must formally apply for a loan for the property in which you have selected to purchase.

The pre-approval process is done with only very basic information.  The mortgage application allows the lender to more thoroughly examine your financial situation to determine your true qualifications.  During this time the lender will look at all sorts of information.  The lender may ask for tax documents, income statements, debts, financial obligations, assets, bank statements, and any other information required for the specific loan you are applying for or qualify for.

Work with your lender to gather as much information about your situation that you can before sending your application off to an underwriter.  You should be certain that you have provided enough evidence to convince the underwriter that you are qualified to purchase a home.  This is where the importance of choosing a trusted lender comes in handy.  The best lenders will assist you during this stage to make your case look its very best before you even submit.

Once the paperwork and compiling of documents is complete, it's time to send your application off to underwriting to determine the level of risk as a borrower.  Come back next week for Step #7:  Underwriting.

Take care,
Scott Morrison

Click here to search for a house for sale in Gahanna Ohio

Sunday, September 2, 2012

How much do you charge?

The most common questions that I receive as a licensed real estate agent are in regards to financials.  I'm not posting this to suggest that the questions are bad questions, in fact, I think it is great that folks are being fiscally responsible by getting that information up front.

How much do you charge? (potential buyer asking the question) 
Buyers do not pay for real estate commissions!  Your representation is free.  The Seller covers the percentage that is negotiated between the brokerages. 

So, the bottom line answer:  I can be your agent on the buying side for FREE!!  How's that for a sales pitch? 

Myth:  I'll save money by finding the house myself
First, is this possible?  Yes, kind of.  

See if this scenario helps explain:  

Johnny Buyer wants to find a house/ Condo.  He thinks he'll save money by not using an agent, so he begins looking online for a condo.  He knows he has to stay below $110000 because he received a pre-approval up to that amount.  He opens the Sunday paper and sees that there is an open house for a condo at $105000.  He goes to the open house, meets the listing agent, loves the condo, and decides he'd like to buy it.  

The listing agent, Bobby Agent, tells Johnny that he'll write up a contract for him on the spot for FREE and he'll have to pay nothing in commission cost.  Johnny is thrilled!  

Bobby Agent writes the contract for $105000.  Johnny signs, the deal goes through and Johnny is the proud owner of a condo... All by himself!!! 

Rewind:  Remember Bobby Agent is working for the seller.  The seller is already going to pay the commissions, so regardless of whether or not Johnny had an agent, Johnny wasn't going to have to pay anything towards commissions.  

This is where it could have benefitted Johnny to have an agent.  Johnny's agent would have drawn up the contract for free as well.  In the contract they would have asked the Seller to pay commissions, and they would have negotiated for the best price.  There is a possibility that they would have still offered the $105000 asking price, however, Johnny's agent would have thoroughly examined the facts to be certain that the price they offered was fair.  There is a high possibility that Johnny's agent would have found that in the past 6 months, there were 3 condo's of similar size and condition that sold for an average of $97,500.  That's $7500 that could have been used to negotiate the price down from $105000, saving Johnny more money than had he even had to pay the commission (but he didn't have to do that either).  

Again, this is just an example, but I've seen a few acquaintances that have found homes and posted their find on Facebook, and then when I look at the facts, I feel like the above scenario may have happened to them (or something similar).  And this is just the negotiation of the purchase price.  Having a buying agent will also ensure that you are properly negotiated for on terms such as time periods of inspections, financing, and closing. (see my post on negotiations)  

Real estate deals are complex.  If saving a bit of money on an agent is worth taking the risk of not being properly represented in all aspects of a deal, it may be time to reconsider whether or not you are ready to take on the financial responsibility of being a homeowner.  

I hope this post answered some questions.  I know it doesn't cover every concern, so if there is still something you'd like answered, email me and I'll get back to you ASAP both in email and here on the blog!

Take care, 
Scott Morrison

Click here to find a house for sale in Gahanna Ohio