Greg & Mae Harman

We've been wonderfully blessed in this life, in our church, in our callings, with each other and with our wonderful daughter Annie.



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Way back in the 80's I received a math degree from Akron U. After a long and successful career writing software for IBM mainframes, I began working with my wonderful wife buying and fixing up real estate for rentals. It has been a terrific learning experience for me, everything from drywalling to electrical work to plumbing. We manage over 20 properties of ours for ourselves. Fixing them and keeping them in good repair has taught me how to spot and correct problems with houses. Then Mae and I became realtors, expanding our ability to work, to renovate, to help others avoid so many of the issues we leaned to deal with at another school (the one of hard knocks!) I pledge to you that if you will let us work with you, we will do our absolute best for you and will be worthy of the trust you put in us.                                                                                                    
                 

I love my adopted city! Seventeen years ago I began to study the Cincinnati residental rental market. I've learned so much about neighborhoods and schools, zoning regulations and local economies, our landmarks and history. We have so many unique townships and villages in addition to Cincinnati itself, each with their own features and benefits! I've tracked hundreds of properties through the years. Then I thought to share my expertise and learning and become a realtor. It has proved to be a great blessing, allowing me to meet with new friends and guide them through the processes I have been through myself so many times. My greatest blessing though is my daughter, Annie, who attended BYU and was sealed to a fine young man at the Salt Lake Temple. Annie and Ryan have just graduated from Indiana at Bloomington with advanced degrees and are starting their professional life in Indianapolis.



To see a World in a Grain of Sand
And a Heaven in a Wild Flower
Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
And Eternity in an hour