Julie Back, Executive Sales Vice President with Sibcy Cline Hyde Park, was honored by the Business Courier as one of 10 Women Who Mean Business on December 7, 2017.
The luncheon presentation included a video from each honoree where they shared their professional stories. Julie spoke about her 24-year career experience. (See an excerpt of Julie Back’s Courier interview following the photos below.)
Julie has had quite a year in 2017. She has not only been honored as Sibcy Cline’s top-selling agent, but was also number one in sales for the Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors for 2016 and number one in individual sales for the state of Ohio for 2017.
Read the Business Courier article to learn more about each honoree. (Note: If you do not have a subscription, you will not be able to read the entire article.)
Pat Kuether, president of Sibcy Cline Mortgage Services, was interviewed by the Business Courier for the November 13, 2015 issue. The question-and-answer article addressed the current, brisk real estate market and new mortgage regulations. The reporter also learned about Pat’s personal interests that include attending Bengals’ games and travel.
Pat has been with Sibcy Cline Mortgage Services for 32 years and has been involved in the finance profession for 38 years.
Sibcy Cline Mortgage Services has been ranked by the Business Courier as the 7th largest residential mortgage lender in the Greater Cincinnati region. Sibcy Cline Mortgage Services had 1,232 loans valued at $172.96 million from September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2015.
The ranking appeared in the November 13, 2015 issue of the Business Courier.
The Business Courier’s annual ranking of mortgage lenders has been published and Sibcy Cline Mortgage Services made this list among great Cincinnati’s top 25 largest mortgage lenders.
Sibcy Cline Mortgage ranked #14 on the list with over 1,000 local loans closed for $158.2 in loan dollar volume. The company was the only real estate broker-affiliated mortgage company to make the list.
Sibcy Cline Realtors was listed as the number one real estate company on the Business Courier’s list of Largest Tri-State Residential Real Estate Firms as published on May 10, 2013.
- 1, 137 Real Estate Agents
- $2.8 Billion Net Sales Volume
- 9.393 Transactions
- $189,089 Average Home Sale Price
The Business Courier and Cincinnati Enquirer are reporting forecasts for a positive economic growth pattern for 2013 for the greater Cincinnati area. Courier Staff Reporter Steve Watkins states:
“The Greater Cincinnati economy appears to be reversing a long-term trend and should grow faster than the U.S economy next year, a panel of local economists said Tuesday morning…
“Cincinnati is coming out of the recession more quickly and doing so in better shape than the rest of the country,” said (Janet) Harrah, who chairs the five-member Regional Economic Advisory Committee for the Cincinnati USA Partnership for Economic Development and the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.”
Lisa Bernard-Kuhn, a reporter for the Enquirer says, “…the local economy appears to be recovering from the Great Recession more quickly than other parts of the U.S…This region’s job market is rebounding faster than job growth to continue in 2013.”
This economic committee is predicting 2.4% growth for the Cincinnati region in 2013 overshadowing an expectation of a 2.3% national economic increase.
Why this increase for Cincinnati?
- Jobs. Cincinnati has recovered 97.4% of its pre-recession jobs.
- Housing Market. New houses available for sale have returned to four months’ worth of inventory. That’s about the same as they were pre-recession. Home sales are up 11.3% through September in Cincinnati and 15.5% in Northern Kentucky.
- Manufacturing. The area’s manufacturing business has regained 95% of their jobs lost since August 2007.
Dick Steve, vice president of forecasting for Integral Analytics (and another economic committee member), states: “We have a great opportunity for a virtuous cycle. Employment growth feeds spending growth, which feeds employment growth, and so on.”
Read the entire Courier article here. Read the in-depth Enquirer article here.
It was a heartbreak loss yesterday for the Cincinnati Reds, but the team should definitely hold their heads up high. They had a great season!
Rob Daumeyer, Editor of the Business Courier, posted a great editorial today called, “Three reasons for all Reds fans to be happy this morning.”
Daumeyer notes the Reds won 97 games this season (only 5 fewer than the 1976 Big Red Machine); that Joey Votto was out of action for 2 months; and the fact the team is young. Read this article here.
There were 44,142 fans in the stands yesterday – the fourth largest crowd in Great American Ballpark history. And next year, there will be as many (if not more) fans rooting for the Cincinnati Reds!