Delhi Township is the "Floral Paradise of Ohio" with a population of approximately 29,510. Located in Hamilton County along the Ohio River, Delhi Township was established in 1789 and was once a major source of the nation's carnation stock. This suburban community is one of the safest cities in Ohio and part of the Oak Hills School District. Local attractions include Sedam Springhouse, Delhi Park, Five-Points Park and Story Woods Park. Delhi Township is home to Mount St. Joseph University, voted top 4 in Ohio by BestColleges.com.
Knowledgeable, energetic, and passionate are just a few words used to describe this vibrant team. Lynn Murphy-Dickerscheid and her LMDHometeam are here to address all of your real estate concerns throughout Greater Cincinnati and surrounding suburbs. Lynn's team consists of herself, dynamic agents Colleen Hammond, Debby Miller, Sonya Hochwalt, Daryl Smith, a listing coordinator Kristi Murphy, and an administrative assistant.. Utilizing the latest technologies to vigorously market sellers’ listings and enthusiastically assist buyers, Lynn and her team consistently meet and exceed their goals for satisfying home sellers and buyers. If you are considering buying or selling any type of real estate, please contact Lynn, Colleen, Debby or Sonya or Daryl today!
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"My husband and I were searching for our first home. We knew what we wanted-had a whole list of things in mind, in fact-and Lynn was able to help us not only find the house of our dreams, but she knew everything we needed to know about how to start out in a new home. Advice on everything from the inspector (which is expected) to home owner's insurance. There is nothing we wanted that Lynn and her office didn't deliver. My favorite thing about working with her was that she was realistic, down-to-earth, and hard-working. I have heard horror stories of lazy or eye-to-the-sky, "buy everything you can afford" agents, but Lynn was none of those. I would refer her to friends, family, and (obviously) even strangers."