For the record the A-Z of multi – property owners Lorain- “A” (2)

August 12, 2012 at 2:04 pm 2 comments

Part one
From Ab…. to Ad… in the series of who owns what in Lorain.

Each group of owners is a little different, some have family members as the owners, some partnerships,some under LLP’s and some take more research than others.

Being human I may make a mistake in “attribution” with this confusing scenario of who is who . If I make such a mistake please advise me and I will correct the information immediately . However let us look at the “next on the list” OF GROUP PROPERTIES :

ADAMES- ( JUAN) there are 11 properties listed under ADAMES – all but two have the tax bill going to the same PO address- so I am led to the conclusion that the owners listed are all part and “parcel” ( pun intended) of the same ” group.

First property listed on the Lorain County Auditors site to Rafael Jr. and Juan Adames is
608 West 21st Street

( Note all photos taken from the Lorain County Auditors site- most recent photo- as always if the state of the property has changed – please let me know)

This house doesn’t seem to have a sale history past 1993 and at that time sold for $22,000

In fact it looks like this group of Adames purchased most of the properties in the 90’s last one 2003 1439 W. 22nd Street which sold for $25,000. at that time .

The most expensive property seems to be 1632 Meister Road- at $70,000.

The Adames’ on the whole paid an average of $22,000 for their properties -in the area of 18th street, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 29th 33rd – they at least have some longevity as owners 🙂

to be continued.


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Brian  |  August 13, 2012 at 11:39 am

    The prices that the property owners paid for the housing units is/ was typical for the sections of Lorain that were mentioned. Twenty years ago, older housing in older sections of Lorain were relatively “inexpensive” because Lorain has been pretty much the same since the late 80’s or early 90’s.

    The “neighborhoods” are similar to how they were in the past, but Ford has shut down, and many businesses have left the east side along Colorado Avenue. The steel plant may be experiencing a turnaround, but I bet most the folks that work there don’t live in Lorain.

    I believe that the “job situation” didn’t impact housing like many would like to believe, but it does impact TAX COLLECTIONS.

    The folks that worked at Ford and the steel plant made respectable wages and moved away from Lorain and rental housing from that time was geared to the lower income levels because of the condition of the schools and perceptions of crime and gangs at that time.

  • 2. Loraine Ritchey  |  August 13, 2012 at 12:05 pm

    Yes I understand – wonder how much you could sell house 1 for now ( if at all) ….. anyway a lot more information to gather and then the conclusion 😉

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