North Canton is a flourishing city situated just outside of Canton. The city hosts a well-respected university, plenty of parks, large corporations, and a variety of housing options.
North Canton real estate includes housing ranging from quaint starter homes to executive estates, and everything in between, including new condominiums in the heart of the city. North Canton homes are constructed in a myriad of styles, with an emphasis on Colonial, traditional, and Tudor homes.
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Montana is professional, honest, patient, and knowledgeable. We will definitely use him again when selling our home and looking for a new home. He is extremely prompt when following up on any concerns or communication in the process and made us feel comfortable in allowing us to decide our maximum then providing his suggested maximum on the property. He is truly interested in making sure that we were happy and gave us our space at each showing to explore on our own. His constant honest feedback helped us feel at ease the entire way through the process. We will definitely work with Montana again and recommend him to friends and family.
Dec 15, 2014
I was very impressed with Montana's knowledge of the market. I was also extremely pleased with Montana's dedication to helping me find the perfect home. He was always early, never missed an appointment/showing, and was extremely patient with me during the difficult process of deciding on which home was best suited for me. Most importantly, he was always on top it; always returned my calls promptly, scheduled appointments right away, and went out of his way to accommodate my schedule. I will definitely use Montana's services in the future.
Nov 25, 2014
Honesty and integrity sum up the two major things that come to mind when I think about my experience of purchasing a home with Montana's help. We were first time home buyers on a very tight budget looking to do a cash purchase on a lower-end market home, and a lot of places we looked at were foreclosures meaning the information the realtor has on the home's condition is limited. Montana went out of his way to point out things that might concern us in terms of possible repair costs or underlying issues that often come with huge price tags. Like how exposed siding, even if repaired, could lead to mold inside the walls (meaning you'd end up tearing them out again), or notifying us of the difficulty of fixing certain issues that on the surface didn't seem that hard (IE: "You'd have to rip out the floor boards completely to get rid of that smell, scrubbing the carpets or the boarding won't do it"), or simply letting us know of things that, while they might not be a problem now, would become problems later. He even climbed into a few attics to look at insulation and the condition of the roof interior. In short, if there are red flags, Montana has, and will gladly point them out to the person buying the home so that they can make the best decision possible. Granted, you don't expect a realtor to replace a home inspector or suggestions from a contractor and no one should, but I really felt Montana went the extra mile to help us get the best home for the price range we were looking for. He helped remove a lot of the uncertainty and fear out of home buying and I'd recommend him to anyone. Thanks Montana! -Ryan Roye