As the temperatures cool and the scents of pumpkin pie and apple cider linger in the air, serious homebuyers are looking for their next home sweet home.October
When you're shopping for Mansfield homes for sale, finding a house that you'd love to call your own is just one step in a lengthy process. Negotiating a price for that home is one of the most critical steps in the process, while also ranking as one of the most intimidating for both new and experienced home buyers. Our REALTORS® know what it takes to succeed at the negotiating table, and we've put together six tips to help you negotiate a price when buying a house.
- Find the Right Real Estate Agent
Whether you have extensive experience or you're negotiating the price of a home for the first time, working with the right real estate agent will make life much easier. An experienced agent has been at the negotiating table many times before, so they're the perfect person to provide guidance. Don't be afraid to interview more than one buyer's agent to find someone you're confident working with as you buy a home.October
A rich history and bright future come together in Richland County, Ohio. It's a great place to put down roots, literally and metaphorically – the county's name comes from the fertile soil found here – and thanks to the help of the Ohio Genealogical Society, it's a place where many Ohioans can trace their families back through the years and miles. So whether you're interested in learning more about your family's history or planning for its future, our REALTORS® believe Richland County is a great place to do so.
Trace Your History to Bellville, Ohio
The Richland County village of Bellville is an excellent example of this region's unique and fascinating history. Founded in 1808 and the site of a minor gold rush in 1853, it's a tight-knit but welcoming community that offers small-town charm just minutes from the larger city of Mansfield. The Bellville Bandstand, built in 1879, still stands in the heart of the village, and you can trace the path of the B&O Railroad right through Bellville.October
If you are a current or aspiring Ohio resident, then you should know that Mansfield homes for sale are worth looking into. Mansfield represents The Heart of Ohio, with a beautiful city skyline framed by lush forest woodlands. Arts-friendly and well known for its racing scene, Mansfield also prides itself on its thriving economy, whether you're looking to be a part of the local businesses or a large corporation.
Our REALTORS® at Haring Realty are always proud to introduce a client to the possibilities Mansfield has to offer, from the charm of the city itself to its amazing real estate opportunities. There's nothing quite like helping a new couple or transitioning Ohio family find a home that is just perfect for their needs - especially if it's their first home. Many people are looking to escape from the endless cycle of renting instead of owning. If you're not sure why here are just a few key reasons:October
Is Halloween your favorite holiday of the year? If you love all things spooky, scary, and sensational, then there are few better places to be than Mansfield for the Halloween season this year. In addition to all of the local events going on throughout October to celebrate Halloween, Mansfield is home to one of the most stunning haunted "houses" in the entire country. The Ohio State Reformatory – a beautiful, historic prison loaded with stories from across the centuries – is the site of the annual "Escape from Blood Prison" haunted house. It's the perfect way to get your adrenaline flowing during the spooky season, and our REALTORS® have all of the haunted details on this popular, local event.
Spooky, Spectacular Fun in Haunted Mansfield
The Haunted History of the Ohio State Reformatory
The Ohio State Reformatory was designed by architect Levi T. Schofield, with the first stones for the spectacular structure being laid in 1886. While you definitely won't find it on the list of Mansfield homes for sale, the Ohio State Reformatory did serve as a sort of home throughout its working life. The prison housed some of the most dangerous criminals in Ohio, and ghost stories were very common even before the prison became a well-known historic site.