$750,000 Homes in Ohio, New York and Arizona

This home, built for an archbishop, is in Ambler Heights, a neighborhood with 66 architecturally distinguished custom houses. It is a mile and a half southeast of University Circle, Cleveland’s cultural hub, with Severance Hall (home of the Cleveland Orchestra), the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Cultural and Botanical gardens and the campus of Case Western Reserve University and its medical center. It is about the same distance south of Little Italy’s art galleries and restaurants.

Size: 7,643 square feet

Price per square foot: $98

Indoors: A circular driveway leads to the front door, or you can approach the house through a large, columned side entrance designed for carriages.

The front door opens to a vestibule, followed by a grand hallway with a barrel-vault

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Three Ohio Living Nursing Homes Recognized as Top Performers by U.S. News and World Report

Three Ohio Living Nursing Homes Recognized as Top Performers by U.S. News and World Report

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COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 27, 2020

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Three Ohio Living communities have achieved recognition as top performers in the latest “Best Nursing Homes” ratings issued by U.S. News and World Report.

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Ohio Living Mount Pleasant in Monroe earned “Best Nursing Home” designations for both its Short-Term Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care services. Ohio Living Breckenridge Village in Willoughby and Ohio Living Cape May in Wilmington received “Best Nursing Home” ratings in the publication’s Short-Term Rehabilitation category. Of the 953 nursing homes rated in Ohio, the three Ohio Living facilities were among 51 top performers.

“These ratings provide important third-party validation of the excellent work our management and staff are doing to deliver high quality, best-in-class service to those we serve,” said Laurence Gumina,

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3,214 coronavirus patient deaths to date in Ohio nursing homes, other long-term care facilities

CLEVELAND, Ohio – At least 3,214 patients of Ohio nursing homes and other long-term care facilities have died with coronavirus this year, with 45 new deaths reported in the weekly update Wednesday night by the Ohio Department of Health.

This means that 62.4% of the 5,149 coronavirus deaths reported by the state by the state have involved such patients.

But the share has been shrinking over recent months. At the end of May, the patients at the facilities accounted for 70.5% of Ohio’s deaths. Since the beginning of September, the share has been 52.8%

The state releases updates for deaths by county, and cases by facility each Wednesday. Scroll to the bottom of this story to see a chart showing the reported case details by facility.

The state began tracking nursing home cases by facility on April 15. There have been 15,091 patient cases and 9,251 staff cases since then.

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How a banker from Ohio became a successful real estate developer

  • Brett Kaufman became a banker in Ohio after graduating from college and he “hated it.” For a long time, he says, he thought “this is just what people did, they worked.”
  • Years in, when he gave banking advice to a real-estate developer, his interest was piqued, and he left in 2000 to take a shot at becoming a developer himself.
  • In 2011, he launched his own company, Kaufman Development, which has since developed over 2,000 units and in developments across the Midwest.
  • Here’s how he did it.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Brett Kaufman has been redefining community living through art and innovation for over a decade. 

Currently the founder and CEO of Ohio-based Kaufman Development, Kaufman’s story begins as a banker, first as an analyst then as a mezzanine lending team member.

“I hated it. I was not a good banker,” he told Business Insider. “I thought

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Ohio Real Estate Lawyers

While Ohio real estate law does not require you to have a real estate lawyer, there are certain instances in which having a lawyer may be a good idea. When buying a property that has any common interest developments, it may be difficult for the average consumer to discern between parts of the property that are for one’s exclusive use versus parts that are for community use. Common interest developments, such as condominiums, may have ongoing litigation that may have an adverse effect on the future value of the property. A real estate lawyer can explain what the possible outcomes of ongoing litigation may be, so you can make an informed choice about whether you want to invest in the property. A real estate lawyer can also help ensure that the title to a property is good before a buyer closes on a sale.

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