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Articles About real estate
Property values in Yellow Springs jumped by 19% on average in the latest property appraisal by the Greene County auditor.
A few years ago, some 50 years after visiting his grandparents’ house as a child on West North College Street, Bo Waite purchased it, and moved in last summer.
Losing one’s home to foreclosure is most often traumatic. Foreclosures hurt communities, too. Though Yellow Springs has weathered the housing crisis well with only a small dip in home sale prices, foreclosure rates are relatively high here and may be on the uptick.
A group of California-based investors purchased the former Creative Memories building last month and have already found three potential occupants who show “substantial interest” in leasing the available space.
Twelve years ago, Sharon Benedict and Lisa Quesne came upon a deal they couldn’t resist — a home for sale in Clifton complete with an abandoned cottage in the backyard. In 2008, they repurposed the home as a bed and breakfast.
One of the oldest downtown buildings is now in new hands. Four local people last week purchased the property at 228 Xenia Avenue, currently home to Sam & Eddie’s Open Books and Asanda Imports.
The sale of the long building of shops in Kings Yard that was auctioned off in April was finalized last week by the purchaser, Bob Baldwin.