Look through our searchable database for sales and transfers in Cuyahoga County in November.
During the month of November, there were 140 properties sold or transferred in Lakewood. During that same time, there were more than 3,800 properties sold or transferred across the county. You can use the searchable database above to find out which homes sold in Lakewood last month—and how much they sold for. The database is for the entire county, so you can check for homes beyond Lakewood's borders, too. The information in the database was provided by the Cuyahoga County Fiscal office. You can search by city, zip code or street address for properties sold or transferred during the month of November 2012. For the address, just type in the name of the street—you don’t need to include the suffix, direction or street number.
Closing costs are a standard part of every home purchase, but a good real estate agent can help you avoid any unpleasant surprises
- PATCH'S HOUSE & HOME
- Fran Henry
Monday, January 9, 2012
Don’t let the term “closing costs” mislead you. You’d do well to think about them before you start house-hunting, not after you’ve made an offer on your dream home. There’s one good reason for this: You might have wiped out your savings with the down payment, leaving you with no cash to pay the long list of fees associated with securing your loan. Depending on your lender, closing costs can include fees for the loan application, costs of document preparation or appraisal, a credit report, wire transfers, a title search, title insurance, a property survey, municipal fees, tax stamps and many other charges, and they add up quickly. Closing costs on a $200,000 house in Bankrate.com’s annual national survey averaged $3,741 in 2011, with New …