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7 Essential Questions to Ask Before Hiring an Architect

Whether it’s building from the group up or remolding some outdated rooms, choosing the right architecture isn’t a decision to take lightly. After all they are the brains behind the operation, an adequate problem solver,

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Don’t Be a Skeptic on Septic

New Septic laws are making their way into Ohio. The Ohio Department of Health or ODH was required to adopt new rules after January 1st 2012 and is evaluating an effective date for the rules

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“Coming Soon” Confusion

Some “coming soon” Advertisements involve unlisted properties which may or will be listed in the near future, while others relate to properties that are subject to listing agreements where property is available to potential purchases

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First Time OAR Conventioneers Eligible for Grant

 

Nominations are being accepted for the Ohio Association of REALTORS® Tomorrow’s Leader Today (TLT) Award. The purpose of the TLT program is to encourage member involvement in the state association. It is OAR’s hope that

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You Won’t Get High, But You May Get Happy in a House Built of Pot

Photo provide by Endeavour Center

By: John Riha

Hemp building products may soon go mainstream. Here’s why your next home should  be made with pot.

 

No, you can’t saw off a chunk and smoke it.
But if you live

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