Selling your house can be one of the most stressful things you will ever experience. I should know, I just sold my house in Euclid, and with the help of Joe Vaccaro at Howard Hanna the experience was as stress free as possible. From the start in mid-December with Joe’s dad Lenny Vaccaro doing a quick walk through to give me an assessment, until I listed the house with Joe on May 12th the process was smooth and professional. Both Joe and his dad gave me their honest opinion on my house and set my fears and anxiety at ease. Joe was always available if I had questions and was prompt in replying to my texts or calls. You have access to an app for your phone that notifies you of showing requests and where agents can leave you feedback. To be honest, I was scared to be listing my house in the middle of a pandemic thinking it would take months to sell, but Joe assured me that the buyers looking right now were serious. And how right he was! The house wasn’t on the market for a day before the first offer came in and was sold within three days. As I sit here writing this, I am getting ready to sign the papers to close. If you are looking to sell your house, but have been putting it off because of the pandemic, don’t wait. Joe Vaccaro and his team at Howard Hanna Willoughby will help you every step of the way. A big thank you to Lenny, Joe, Lisa and the whole team for all your hard work.
2018 was an exciting year for the real estate market in Euclid as home prices continued to rise with approximately 583 single family homes being sold. The average sales price was just under $80,000 with a large portion of homes going owner occupied. From 2010 to 2015, a large portion of homes were sold to investors who are now ready to remarket into rehabbed homes. Many of these homes were purchased for $40,000 in 2011 and now boast remodeled kitchens, bathrooms, floors, paint, and etc... and have sold or are selling for approximately $90,000 to 120,000. Owner occupied homes, on average tend to take better care of the exterior and interior of their homes and help our neighborhoods in many ways. With sale prices rising, the City of Euclid will start seeing an increase in income and property taxes.