Spring Home Sales Grow with Top RE/MAX REALTOR

TIPP CITY, Ohio, April 9, 2014 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On March 24, 2014, Newsome Team REALTORS® was awarded the prestigious award as one of the Top Ten Teams of RE/MAX of Southern Ohio for 2013. This area includes the Dayton, Cincinnati, and Northern Kentucky area and a total of 64 REALTOR® teams.

“This award is very humbling yet also encouraging because it means that more real estate is moving in our area than in many other parts of southwestern Ohio,” states Marti Newsome, principal REALTOR® of the Newsome Team of RE/MAX ONE.

Over the past few months the northern suburbs of Dayton (Vandalia, Tipp City, Troy and West Milton) have seen average home prices rising as inventory gets tighter making this spring an optimal time for homeowners wanting to sell their home at a premium.

“Employment growth and better opportunities in the northern Miami Valley, along with the return of some slight wage increases has helped to keep us very busy and home sales very strong; our team is exceptionally focused on making sure both our buyers and sellers are happy with their home sales experience,” shared Newsome.

2013 would be the second year in a row of the Newsome Team being ranked in the top 15 percent of all RE/MAX REALTORS® in southern Ohio.

More about the Newsome Team:

The Newsome Team is located in beautiful and historic downtown Tipp City, Ohio. Together the Newsome Team is an accomplished team of real estate consultants in key positions, offering sound advice concerning your real estate needs. Members of this energetic team are Marti and Red Newsome, David Besecker, Chris Newsome, and Amy Newsome.

Find out more about The Newsome Team and how they can help you sell or buy a home. Learn more at: http://newsometeamrealtors.com/.

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Dominated

 

By Brett Barnes

Miami East 42 Milton-Union 7

When asked earlier this week what the keys to victory opening night, Coach Mark Lane stated, “We need to finish.  Play 48 minutes of solid football.  They have a good offense that we will need to contain on defense.  Offensively, we need to take care of the football and finish drives.”

None of that happened.

Miami East dominated from start to finish winning opening night 42-7 over the battered Bulldogs.  The scoring came early and often for the Vikings and Coach Max Current.  After a bad snap on a punt, the Vikings took over at the M-U 11 yard line and scored in three plays on a beautiful screen pass from quarterback Conner Hellyer to Colton McKinney.  Colton Kowlak nailed the point after, and it was 7-0 Vikings.

On Milton-Union’s first four possessions in the first half, they punted each time mustering just 14 total yards.  The Bulldogs also struggled with penalties (8 in the first half), and Miami East took full advantage.  After the opening touchdown, the Viking scored on three consecutive drives.  Kurt Brower scored from 15 yards out, from two yards out, and Jacob McNulty added a two yard power run.  Kowlak kicked all three extra points, and East led 28-0.

The Bulldogs finally garnered their first two first downs right before the half, but a promising drive ended on downs ending a miserable first half.  Miami East totaled 178 yards of total offense in the first half to M-U’s 52.

The second half was more of the same when Miami East took the opening drive straight down the field and scored again to make it 35-0, and instituting Ohio’s new “mercy rule”.  When a team trails by thirty or more, the clock continues to run shortening the game.    After a three and out by the Bulldogs, the Vikings added their final score of the evening for an insurmountable 42-0 lead.

Milton’s final drive of the game belonged to Brad Stine, who powered his way through the Vikings second team defense, carrying the ball 7 times for 61 yards and a physical two yard touchdown run.  Kaleb Rue added the extra point for the 42-7 final.

Milton-Union continues the home stand next Friday against Oakwood.  Game time is 7:00.

 

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