7 Homes for Sale Now with Heavenly Backyards

These to-die-for Cincinnati area homes take outdoor living to a whole new level.

Whether you’re a voyeur or a buyer, there is no shortage of “wow factor” with the luxury homes for sale now in the Southwest Ohio region. When it comes to backyards, these local homes have it all–no exotic location necessary.

Into the Wild in Mason

If you are a fan of organic spaces, you will especially love this backyard pool at 6646 Ross Lane, one of the homes for sale now by The Cameron Group in Mason, Ohio. Rocks, trees, a waterfall…it has all the elements of being out in the wild. Except, it’s not.

The Cameron Group with Sibcy Cline is seeking a discerning luxury buyer for 6646 Ross Lane in Mason, Ohio.

There’s nothing quite like enjoying the wilderness of your own backyard. But here you can be close to your kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom (none of which disappoint in this house). You can pretend like you’re on your own island, minus the stranded and deserted parts.

You won’t have problems finding friends to join you in this magical place once you make it your home. Mason, Ohio is a friendly suburban community close to Cincinnati with many wonderful down-to-earth people.

With a backyard like this one, 6646 Ross Lane in Mason could be your permanent happy place. Bonus: nearby Adesso Coffee will have your caffeine fix covered with gourmet lattes.

Rain or Shine on the River in Anderson Township

If you’re looking for homes for sale now, you might notice that the ones with pools are hot tickets. In fact, pools are on the list of “must-haves” for luxury home buyers, especially in 2020 when most of the world is re-discovering the art of staying home.

And when you have to stay home, you might as well enjoy some pool time along with fantastic river views at the same time, right? We think so!

Contact Sibcy Cline agent Debbie Tully to hear more about 322 Bishopsbridge Drive in Anderson Township.

This Anderson Township home delivers on both the pool and the river views. Check. And check. All you need to do is move in and get straight to relaxing.

Among the other homes for sale right now, this home stands out for having a large amount of covered porch space, so rainy days are, well, covered. You can work, learn, lounge, and enjoy an evening cocktail in whatever weather Ohio decides to serve up at the moment.

A Mid-Century Dream in Terrace Park

If you like the idea of your own estate farm, but prefer a house with a more modern look than your typical farmhouse, take a look at Sibcy Cline agent Steve Early’s listing at 742 Indian Hill Rd. in Terrace Park. This owner has taken the farm out of the house and updated to a sleek Mid-century decor with a sophisticated vibe on the back deck that will make your city friends feel right at home for outdoor parties.

Steve Early with Sibcy Cline is the listing agent on this property at 742 Indian Hill Rd. in Terrace Park.

No need to worry about being too far out in the country, your friends won’t have a long drive home from Terrace Park. Driving time to downtown is approximately 20 minutes with I-275 just 10 minutes away, giving easy access to all the major highways.

Of course, you’ll have plenty of room for guests to stay at 742 Indian Hill Rd. and all the amenities to entertain such as a pool, game room/theatre, a barn, and 4 acres to roam!

A Light-filled Country Estate in Anderson Township

Like a more classic vibe to your country estate dream home? 580 Chaswil Dr. in Anderson Township may be one of the homes for sale now that strikes your fancy. Much care has been taken in updating this 32-year-old estate to give it the modern touches that will allow you to move in and start enjoying the home right away, including the inviting outdoor spaces.

Julie K. Back with Sibcy Cline is the listing agent for this property at 580 Chaswil Dr. in Anderson Township.

Imagine the summers in your own outdoor oasis in this Anderson Township home, conveniently located close to Cincinnati. It’s one of the Sibcy Cline homes for sale now that includes a pool, a must-have these days when we are all keeping close to home more often. One bonus in this home is the meticulously kept gardens. You’ll feel like you’re walking the English countryside right here in Southwest Ohio.

Sweeping Views in Indian Hill

Speaking of English countrysides, this home for sale now at 6250- Redbird Hollow Ln. in Indian Hill provides a view that rivals any we’ve seen near or far.

This view from 6250 Redbird Hollow Ln. is available through Maureen Pippin and Jessica Jones of Sibcy Cline.

And you have plenty of room on this expansive brick patio to fit all your family, friends, food, and cocktails for an evening of watching the sun set over Cincinnati.

This home for sale at 6250 Redbird Ln. is available through Maureen Pippin and Jessica Jones of Sibcy Cline.

Originally a farming community that evolved into a rural weekend destination for city-dwellers, the Village of Indian Hill is now a short 5-minute drive from Kenwood Towne Centre, a bustling shopping destination in the area. This home for sale now offers both a retreat lifestyle along with the local amenities of shops and restaurants so you can have the best of both worlds at 6250 Redbird Hollow Ln.

Three-Season Living in Montgomery

If you are the type that likes the fresh air, but can do without the bugs, wind, sun, and rain, this back porch screen room at 7445 Stonemeadow Ln. is perfect for your tastes.

Celia Carroll with Angel Munafo Apking will be hosting an open house this Sunday, Oct. 4 at this Sibcy Cline listing on 7445 Stonemeadow Ln. in Montgomery.

Much like this charming porch, the city of Montgomery where this listing is located still retains much of the country charm of its bygone days. The popular cluster of shops and businesses is just a few short minutes from your comfortable seat relaxing here with your book and coffee.

High on the Hillside in Indian Hill

Maybe instead of cozy back porches you prefer to have a birds-eye view of the land. Look no further than this balcony above Indian Hill at 7735 Rock Hill Ln. This listing perches you well above the tree tops for an unrivaled view.

Kim Vincent with Sibcy Cline is the listing agent for this property at 7735 Rock Hill Ln. in Indian Hill.

With its location on a hillside, this home offers a variety of landscaping features, including both an upper balcony and a lower patio. The lower porch features a wading porch for you to relax and enjoy the view.

Kim Vincent with Sibcy Cline is the listing agent for this property at 7735 Rock Hill Ln. in Indian Hill.

Check out more photos of this listing’s interesting features as well as many more local homes for sale at sibcycline.com.

These homes not your style? See more luxury listings from Sibcy Cline on Luxury Portfolio International.

All listings in this post were currently on the market at the time of publishing. Please click the links under each photo to see the updated status of the listing.

Local Home Sales Report for August 2020

August Home Sales Report Sibcy Cline Realtors

Home sales increased for most local regions in August. For the 17th consecutive month, the average home price rose over the prior year for the Cincinnati region. The dollar volume for the month increased by 22%. In the Dayton area, August also saw gains for home sales with increases in the number of homes sold (7%) as well as average and median price increases. In Northern Kentucky, the average home price increased by over 8%.

Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout August 2020:

CINCINNATI / SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA

August 2020 vs  August 2019

  • +7.19% Increase in homes sold (2,742 homes vs 2,558 homes)
  • 14.30% Increase in average sale price ($258,269 vs $225,955)
  • 17.94% Increase in median sale price ($222,250 vs $188,450)
  • 22.52% Increase in gross sales volume ($708,172,943 vs $577,992,493)

January–August 2020 vs January–August 2019

  • -3.51% Decrease in homes sold (16,973 homes vs 17,590 homes)
  • 7.51% Increase in average sale price ($243.541 vs $226,521)
  • 8.92% Increase in median sale price ($201,500 vs $185,000)
  • 3.74% Increase in gross sales volume ($4,133,629,273 vs $3,984,505,664)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors August 2020 Home Sales Report

DAYTON

August 2020 vs August 2019

  • 7.02% Increase in homes sold (1,707 homes vs 1,595 homes)
  • 14.27% Increase in average sale price ($203,934 vs $178,464)
  • 12.90% Increase in median sale price ($175,000 vs $155,000)
  • 22.30% Increase in sales volume ($348,114,929 vs $284,650,861)

January–August 2020 vs January–August 2019

  • -1.57 Decrease in homes sold (10,925 homes vs 11,099 homes)
  • 9.17% Increase in average sale price ($192,743 vs $176,554)
  • 8.88% Increase in median sale price ($165,500 vs $152,000)
  • 7.46% Increase in sales volume ($2,105,719,680 vs $1,959,571,932)

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors August 2020 Home Sales Report

NORTHERN KENTUCKY

August 2020 vs August 2019

  • -.94% Decrease in homes sold (736 homes vs 743 homes)
  • 8.76% Increase in average sale price ($242,470 vs $222,931)
  • 22.19% Increase in median sale price ($223,000 vs $182,500)
  • 7.74% Increase in sales volume ($178,458,290 vs $165,637,773)

January–August 2020 vs January–August 2019

  • -2.08% Decrease in homes sold (4,841 homes vs 4,944 homes)
  • 8.89% Increase in average sale price ($224,437 vs $206,122)
  • 12.21% Increase in median sale price ($198,142 vs $176,575)
  • 6.26% Increase in sales volume ($1,086,503,417 vs $1,019,070,835)

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors August 2020 Home Sales Report

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Selling Your Home? Read This First!

If you are planning on selling your home, you may have questions about the process. Here are seven tips to read before putting your home on the market:

1. Do I really need to improve my home before selling it? 
You need to consult with your real estate agent to see what improvements makes sense to sell your home at the highest price. Remember, you only get one chance to make a positive first impression when your home goes on the market to sell. If your home is in need of updates, you could have a hard time to get the interest of the buyer. An unmaintained home sometimes indicates it needs lots of work and repair.

Some home improvements just take some time and a small budget. Painting, caulking and cleaning are great (and economic) ways to make your home shine. If your carpet is old and worn, you may also want to replace it. One thing to remember is that home improvements do not  necessarily equate to a higher price, but should result in more showings and stronger offers.

2. I think I will price high and see what happens. 
Everyone’s goal is to obtain the highest price for their home. (Your agent wants that for you, too!) However, pricing your home way over its current market value is a strategy that does not always work. It can result in fewer showings and no offers and you may be perceived to be an unrealistic home seller. (Those potential home buyers who do tour your home will give feedback that it is overpriced or will have lower offers.) Remember, the most attention given to a home is when it first hits the market. Price it correctly and bring in the offers.

3. My home is worth what?
Over-improving a home can backfire when it is time to sell. For example, if your custom kitchen has finishes to meet your specific taste (with special colors or tile for example), it may not appeal to buyers who will want to replace what you have done. An in-ground spa may be a great feature for you to enjoy, but the buyer might not find value with it. Everyone has different priorities with their home. Bottom line – the market will never pay dollar for dollar for improvements to your home, especially taste-specific projects. 

4. Everyone who sees my home wants to buy it!
Oh, if that were the case! You never know what buyers’ needs are. People have different things that are important to them. Their “need to have” list versus a “nice to have” list may not sync with your home. Do not take it personally if your home’s floor plan or features do not meet their requirements. Also, you need to realize, some buyers are just out looking and are not serious about buying. They may be in the beginning stages of looking for a home and not willing to commit.

5. I had an inspection and now I have to make even more repairs?
A home inspection gives the buyer an idea of the condition of your home. Following this inspection, you may be asked about making repairs depending upon what is on the list. At that point, you can either make those repairs or re-negotiate. If the buyer walks away, your home will go back on the market and you will need to deal with that stigma. Another buyer will then have his  own inspection and you will need to address repair issues once more. (Helpful hint: We suggest paying for a pre-inspection before your home goes on the market. The inspector will review: electrical, plumbing, heating and cooling systems; windows, ceilings, walls, doors and floors; attic, visible insulation and roof; and the foundation, structural elements and basement.)

6. I think I want to include a carpet allowance instead of replacing it. 
You cannot give a buyer an allowance as part of closing on your home. It is better to reduce the purchase price or simply replace the carpet yourself.

7. Do I really need to stage my home?
A staged home presents its best features making it very appealing to buyers. At a minimum, your home needs to have a deep cleanse, decluttering and organization. From there, your agent can guide you as to whether it needs more staging to be market ready to sell. If your home is empty, keep in mind that professionally staged properties for sale tend to sell more quickly. 

 

Local Home Sales Report for June 2020

花火8Very low interest rates, good weather as well as reasonable prices for homes have kept the real estate market strong even through COVID-19.

Although sales were down in all regions (except in Dayton), average and median sale prices rose  – encouraging news for those thinking about selling their homes.

Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout June 2020:

CINCINNATI / SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA

June 2020 vs  June 2019

  • -7.00% Decrease in homes sold (2,524 homes vs 2,714 homes)
  • 3.44% Increase in average sale price ($253,686 vs $245,482)
  • 7.50% Increase in median sale price ($214,900 vs $199,900)
  • -3.89% Decrease in gross sales volume ($640,303,731 vs $666,238,556)

January–June 2020 vs January–June 2019

  • -8.94% Decrease in homes sold (11,371 homes vs 12,487 homes)
  • 4.81% Increase in average sale price ($234,569 vs $223,794)
  • 6.30% Increase in median sale price ($194,000 vs $182,500)
  • -4.55% Decrease in gross sales volume ($2,667,278,875 vs $2,794,520,911)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors June 2020 Home Sales Report

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DAYTON

June 2020 vs June 2019

  • 6.21% Increase in homes sold (1,624 homes vs 1,529 homes)
  • 5.40% Increase in average sale price ($205,851 vs $195.303)
  • 5.00% Increase in median sale price ($178.500 vs $170,000)
  • 11.95% Increase in sales volume ($334,301,250 vs $298,618,817)

January–June 2020 vs January–June 2019

  • -5.12% Decrease in homes sold (7,378 homes vs 7,776 homes)
  • 7.83% Increase in average sale price ($187,003 vs $173,418)
  • 7.92% Increase in median sale price ($160,800 vs $149,000)
  • 2.31% Increase in sales volume ($1,379,708,002 vs $1,348,494,690)

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors June 2020 Home Sales Report

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NORTHERN KENTUCKY

June 2020 vs June 2019

  • -25.80% Decrease in homes sold (558 homes vs 752 homes)
  • 5.20% Increase in average sale price ($217,314 vs $206,571)
  • 6.42% Increase in median sale price ($193,685 vs $182,000)
  • -21.94% Decrease in sales volume ($121,261,268 vs $155,342,050)

January–June 2020 vs January–June 2019

  • -8.47% Decrease in homes sold (2,529 homes vs 2,763 homes)
  • 9.39% Increase in average sale price ($215,600 vs $196,761)
  • 7.87% Increase in median sale price ($185,000 vs $171,500)
  • .13% Increase in sales volume ($544,333,099 vs $543,652,032)

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors June 2020 Home Sales Report

Sibcy Cline Realtors Makes the Business Courier’s Top Private Companies List for 2020


The Business Courier published its annual Greater Cincinnati’s Largest Private Companies list and Sibcy Cline was part of this ranking at #113 on the list. It was the only residential real estate company featured in these rankings.

Robin S. Sheakley, President of Sibcy Cline, was quoted in this issue of the Courier when asked about inspiring others in troubled times: “We are in the housing business and therefore, our professional life is everyone else’s personal life. Providing a sense of security has influenced every decision we make. While real estate was deemed an essential service at the onset of the Covid-19 stay-at-home orders, we quickly responded by March 17. While we had the technology in place to ensure business continuity, we needed to provide access, training and resources to ensure each agent and employee was equipped to leverage them. Safety, creativity and productivity continue to be our priorities. On April 2, we hosted a virtual continuing education class dedicated to fair housing, having no idea how salient and timely it would become. Sharing stories and supporting one another is as essential as providing the platform(s) with which to do it. We could not and cannot communicate enough to empower people during times of uncertainty.”

This 2020 list of the top 150 companies combined had sales of $50.6 billion and a workforce of 164,000 people.

Seven Signs Why You Should Sell Your Home Right Now

With a shortage of homes for sale and bidding wars happening on many listed properties, now could be the perfect time to sell. Is the time right for you? Here are seven signs of why you should sell your home:

  1. You’ve outgrown your home. If there are not enough bedrooms or living spaces inside your current home for you and your belongings, now is a good time to think about “buying up” to a larger home.
  2. Where you live is “booming”. Do you live in one of those “hot” neighborhoods where houses are selling quickly and for a high price? This could be your sign to take advantage of the current market.
  3. You are tired to maintaining your current home. If mowing the lawn, gardening, painting and other chores are no longer fun to do, consider selling now and moving to a less maintenance-intensive type of home that better fits your lifestyle.
  4. You have equity in your home. During the housing crash of 2007, equity fell for most homes – but for many homeowners it is now back – and your home could be worth more than you owe on it. Do you know your home’s value in today’s market? You may be surprised and this could be the big sign to sell. Selling while you have high equity is a great way for you to buy that next dream home.
  5. Life changes. Life’s markers can affect housing needs. Perhaps you need a smaller home now or want to move to be closer to family. Changes in family dynamics and work commutes are a few  more reasons that may be pointing you in the direction of selling your old home and getting a new one.
  6. Low mortgage rates. Mortgage interest rates are at historic lows. When you sell your current home, you will be able to afford even more home with these rates. Take advantage of this market.
  7. You are emotionally ready to move on. Moving is not an easy thing to do. Let the guilt of staying in your old home go. Once you have made your mind up to sell, stay the course. Remember, in many areas, homes are selling quickly – that means less people touring your home, less open houses to host and a fast closing. That sold sign in your yard will be your “sign” to move onward.

Ready to sell? Contact your favorite Sibcy Cline agent

May 2020 Home Sales Report for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana

花火8Very low interest rates, good weather as well as reasonable prices for homes have kept the real estate market strong even through there were COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.

Although sales were down, average and median sale prices rose  – encouraging news for those thinking about selling their homes.

Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout May 2020:

CINCINNATI / SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA

May 2020 vs May 2019

  • -26.88% Decrease in homes sold (1,950 homes vs 2,667 homes)
  • 3.24% Increase in average sale price ($238,994 vs $231,499)
  • 5.37% Increase in median sale price ($201,250 vs $191,000)
  • -24.52% Decrease in gross sales volume ($466,038,682 vs $617,407,053)

January–May 2020 vs January–May 2019

  • -9.78% Increase in homes sold (8,816 homes vs 9,772 homes)
  • 5.29% Increase in average sale price ($229,270 vs $217,757)
  • 6.09% Increase in median sale price ($189,900 vs $179,000)
  • -5.01% Decrease in gross sales volume ($2,021,243,057 vs $2,127,917,355)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors May 2020 Home Sales Report

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DAYTON

May 2020 vs May 2019

  • -25.29% Decrease in homes sold (1,285 homes vs 2,106 homes)
  • 4.24% Increase in average sale price ($188,935 vs $181,258)
  • 7.02% Increase in median sale price ($166,900 vs $155,950)
  • -22.13% Decrease in sales volume ($242,781,843 vs $311,763,470)

January–May 2020 vs January–May 2019

  • -10.25% Decrease in homes sold (7,583 homes vs 8,449 homes)
  • 8.08% Increase in average sale price ($181,599 vs $168,020)
  • 9.45% Increase in median sale price ($157,000 vs $143,450)
  • -.08% Decrease in sales volume ($1,042,922,477 vs $1,043,742,673)

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors May 2020 Home Sales Report

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NORTHERN KENTUCKY

May 2020 vs May 2019

  • -25.80% Decrease in homes sold (558 homes vs 752 homes)
  • 5.20% Increase in average sale price ($217,314 vs $206,571)
  • 6.42% Increase in median sale price ($193,685 vs $182,000)
  • -21.94% Decrease in sales volume ($121,261,268 vs $155,342,050)

January–May 2020 vs January–May 2019

  • -8.47% Decrease in homes sold (2,529 homes vs 2,763 homes)
  • 9.39% Increase in average sale price ($215,6 vs $196,761)
  • 7.87% Increase in median sale price ($185,000 vs $171,500)
  • .13% Increase in sales volume ($544,333,099 vs $543,652,032)

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors May 2020 Home Sales Report

April Home Sales Report for Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana

花火8There is still strong interest for homes for sale through this challenging time of COVID-19. Low interest rates and a low inventory of available homes for sale have continued the fast-paced home-buying market.

Here is a report by region of homes sales throughout April 2020:

CINCINNATI / SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA

Home sales did well with the circumstances of COVID-19 restrictions. The average home price rose 4.9%. Although showings decreased in the first half of the month due to stay-at-home orders, the latter half of April saw an increase of showings to pre-pandemic levels.

April 2020 vs April 2019

  • -20.21% Decrease in homes sold (1,907 homes vs 2,390 homes)
  • 4.90% Increase in average sale price ($233,430 vs $222,251)
  • 3.26% Increase in median sale price ($190,000 vs $184,000)
  • -16.40% Decrease in gross sales volume ($445,150,327 vs $531,824,239)

January–April 2020 vs January–April 2019

  • -3.66% Increase in homes sold (6,845 homes vs 7,105 homes)
  • 6.40% Increase in average sale price ($226,209 vs $222,521)
  • 4.90% Increase in median sale price ($190,000 vs $184,000)
  • 2.51% Increase in gross sales volume ($1,548,402,985 vs $1,510,510,302)

Statistics courtesy of Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors April 2020 Home Sales Report

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DAYTON

With the COVID-19 pandemic home sales decrease din April. However, the Dayton region did see an increase in average and median home sale prices – encouraging news for those thinking about selling their homes.

April 2020 vs April 2019

  • -22.24% Decrease in homes sold (1,372 homes vs 2,042 homes)
  • 6.27% Increase in average sale price ($187,564 vs $176,501)
  • 8.67% Increase in median sale price ($163,000 vs $150,000)
  • -17.36% Decrease in sales volume ($212,509,712 vs $257,162,074)

January–April 2020 vs January–April 2019

  • -.94% Decrease in homes sold (5,840 homes vs 6,336 homes)
  • 10.15% Increase in average sale price ($179,691 vs $163,127)
  • 11.44% Increase in median sale price ($154,900 vs $139,000)
  • 9.12% Increase in sales volume ($796,208,924 vs $729,666,487)

Statistics courtesy of Dayton Realtors April 2020 Home Sales Report

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NORTHERN KENTUCKY

Although home sales decreased for the month (due to COVID-19), average and median sale prices rose. This is encouraging news to people thinking of selling their homes.

April 2020 vs April 2019

  • -18.60% Decrease in homes sold (499 homes vs 613 homes)
  • 11.16% Increase in average sale price ($217,501 vs $195,672)
  • 12.39% Increase in median sale price ($ 195,000 vs $173,500)
  • -9.52% Decrease in sales volume ($108,533,417 vs $119,946,953)

January–April 2020 vs January–April 2019

  • -2.44% Decrease in homes sold (1,961 homes vs 2,010 homes)
  • 11.25% Increase in average sale price ($214,837 vs $193,115)
  • 9.85% Increase in median sale price ($184,000 vs $167,500)
  • 8.54% Increase in sales volume ($421,296,602 vs $388,162,982)

Statistics courtesy of Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors April 2020 Home Sales Report

 

A Buyer’s Guide to Virtual Open Houses on SibcyCline.com 

Virtual open houses are not brand new in real estate – but during the current COVID-19 situation they have become very popular. With record low inventory and many homes selling before multiple buyers get a chance to peek inside, we suspect they are here to stay.

A virtual open house gives buyers access to many of the benefits of a physical open house without having to get off the couch on Sunday afternoon or manage the schedules of a busy household. No hand sanitizer or mask necessary, this type of tour is as close as you can come to an in-person open house. They are a perfect opportunity to get details on the special features of a home, context on the floor plan and information on the community in an interactive way with the listing agent.

At every Sibcy Cline Virtual Open House, you can interact with the agent via chat, but you don’t have to be on camera. In most cases agents will automatically turn off video for all participants, but in all cases you have the option to keep your camera off. You can expect to see photos or live/pre-recorded walk-throughs of the home or neighborhood, statistics for the area, and other relevant information regarding the property.

Sibcy Cline Virtual Open Houses are held live at a scheduled time, but many of our agents can provide a recording of their Virtual Open House if you were unable to attend at the scheduled time. Just ask!

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How To Attend a Sibcy Cline Virtual Open House
On sibcycline.com, click on the Open House button in the navigation bar and select an area of interest. All available Sibcy Cline virtual open houses will be highlighted by city/suburb. From there, select a listing of interest and you can look all of the photographs and details on that page. Click on “Virtual Open” (highlighted in gold). You will then complete a form to register for the event and receive an email with the event details like the time and date of the virtual open house, the platform it will be hosted on (most often Facebook or Zoom) along with the link and password to access (if applicable).

Of course, you can always schedule a personal home showing with your agent. (Real estate is deemed an essential business.)

Happy house hunting – online, virtually, and in person! 

Sibcy Cline Realtors Ranked as the Largest Residential Real Estate Company by the Business Courier for the 27th Year in a Row

花火8For the 27th year in a row, Sibcy Cline Realtors has been ranked as the largest residential real estate company by the Business Courier. Rankings were based on 2019 sales volume.

Sibcy Cline has over 1,000 real estate agents and over 200 employees. Founded in the 1930s, the company has been a family-run firm since that time. Sibcy Cline is a full-service company with real estate, mortgage, relocation, insurance, title and home services divisions.

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