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Monthly Archives: December 2019

    REALTORS® Offering Opioid Disposal Bags

    By CARLETON REALTY | December 30, 2019

    Owner and broker of Carleton Realty, Bob Kutschbach, discusses the efforts that REALTORS® are making to fight the opioid crisis. We are now offering opioid disposal bags to our sellers. One of the ways that opioid users are getting drugs is by visiting open houses and seeing homes for sale and looking through cabinets for... Read More

    What You Need to Know About Real vs. Personal Property

    By CARLETON REALTY | December 23, 2019

    Bob Kutschbach, owner and broker of Carleton Realty, Talks about the difference between real property vs. personal property. When buying or selling a home you must understand what stays with the property when the home transfers ownership. This can get a little confusing and it is best to listen to your REALTOR® when deciding what... Read More

    CARLETON REALTY’s Open Houses for 12/15

    By CARLETON REALTY | December 13, 2019

    Come see this gorgeous home this Sunday 12/15! Join REALTOR® Kimberly Saunders at 3860 Rio Grande Avenue, Groveport, Ohio 43125 on Sunday from 1 PM to 3 PM. Beautifully updated 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home including a master ensuite, main and lower level living areas with an additional office/play/storage room. Upscale finishes are found... Read More

    First the House, Then the Car

    By CARLETON REALTY | December 9, 2019

    ​ Bob Kutschbach, owner and broker of Carleton Realty, thanks the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (the Realtists) for their new slogan designed to help young people on their path to home ownership. First the House, Then the Car. Why is this new slogan important? Because too many young people buy the expensive car... Read More

    How to Prepare Your Home for the Winter Months

    By CARLETON REALTY | December 2, 2019

    Bob Kutschbach, owner and broker of Carleton Realty, talks today about preparing your home for the winter. As the weather gets colder, your home needs to be winterized to avoid damage. One of the most important things to take care of before we get into the constant freezing temperatures is disconnecting your hoses from the... Read More

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