Re: where to search for rental homes

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> Nick Haber Wrote:

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> Growing up in Parma I lived in a 3 bed 1 bath house in a decent

> neighborhood that my family paid $70,000 for and built a large 3 car

> garage in the back yard. Had a pool too. Similar houses are in the 90k

> range now.

>

> After my mom moved out of my grandparents house we moved in to a 4 bed 2

> bath 2500 sq ft split level in a much nicer part of Parma that they

> bought for $160k (around 2012). Leaving the Cleveland suburbs definitely

> shocked me with how housing markets are so much more expensive, even in

> Columbus comparatively. Denver/Cali is on a whole different level though

Wow in the 70s I worked at Parma theater on ridge rd and would commute on good weather days from 114th and Clifton in Cleveland on my Moped!

Parma was very cool back then and still is,

I loved Staying up and watching The ghoul show late night even when I had to get up early and deliver newspapers I loved that he would blow stuff up with fire crackers like models and dolls Even though fireworks were banned in the city!

And when the ghoul show came and visited the Parma theater it was kinda funny,

He was all about Parma and it’s Polish heritage

Froggy was hilarious and Saturday night live Mr. Bill Producers stole the concept from it,

I don’t remember much of Ghoulardi show/guy that came before him it but was great too.

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