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Trumbull home sales dip for third month

Mahoning reports upswing in home sales

June 18, 2013

WARREN — Although jobless rates continue to improve, Trumbull County Realtors are seeing struggling home sales, with May’s home sales dipping more than 4 percent compared to sales last year at this......

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Jun-20-13 9:08 PM

And will TC re-elect these fools. Probably.

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Jun-19-13 2:15 PM

The septic issue is real. I am stuck in my Trumbull County home forever. No one wants to put in a new septic, and I can't afford to lose $15,000 on the sale of my house.

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Jun-19-13 9:45 AM

Humm you buy in t/c and face the cost of 10k and up whos gonna buy

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Jun-19-13 7:15 AM

Don't kid yourself it is because of the price of Septic's in Trumbull County. You can thank the TCHD for this. They try to rule with an "iron fist."

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Jun-18-13 11:27 AM

Mahoning county sales up 20% and Trumbull county is down 4%. Shows you where people are moving and it's not HERE!! Wake up Commissioners, TCHD, Mayors, Twp Administrators, Trustees!

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Jun-18-13 10:54 AM

I agree with 4seasons. The people can lay the blame for the poor housing market directly at the feet of the Trumbull County “health” department! The corruption of the department, along with the septic & water regulations as a revenue source for them and their contractor cronies, are preventing people from buying here. I wouldn’t believe that the courts haven’t shut them down yet, except we know the corruption permeates there as well.

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Jun-18-13 7:48 AM

I can't believe there's no mention of strangling septic regulations and costs in this article. Everywhere I turn I hear people complaining that they can't afford to sell their house because of them. There are many who say they will never buy again in Trumbull because of them. Maybe if realtors and bankers and reporters just ignore the elephant in the room the mean old health department won't pick on them.

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