John C. Hart


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Condominiums, First Time Buyer/Starter Homes, New Construction, Relocation, Residential


Cat Lover, Dancing, Dog Lover, Family, Fitness, Motorcycling, Music, Parenting, Reading / Writing, Spiritual / Religious, Volunteering


Cutler Real Estate asked John a few questions so you can get to know him better, and here are John's replies.

1. What is your professional/educational background?

Hondros College 

2. Why did you choose a career in real estate?

I have always had an interest in Real Estate. Got my start investing in homes back in the 1990's. At first I never thought I would sell Real Estate till my Dad told me that I would make a good Real Estate Agent. So back in 2004 I took my Dad's advise "Glad I did." and got my Real Estate License and started my career in Real Estate and never looked back. Once I sold my first home to a young first time home buying  couple, I knew this is what I wanted to do. I don't even feel like a sales person. I feel I am a public servant helping people find the home of their dreams. This is a very satisfying career to me. 

3. What area do you live in currently and what do you like about where you live?

I am currently living in Hilliard, Ohio. Love living in Hilliard. Schools are great! Shopping is close. Awesome restaurants and love the popular Old Hilliard. They have an abundance of parks and recreational opportunities. Most important we feel safe. 

4. How do you spend your free time?

I do a lot of outreach volunteering for my church. Enjoy reading self help books. To get away I love taking rides on my motorcycle. I enjoy history movies and action movies. Workout.  But most of all love making memories with my daughter and watching her grow. 

5. If you could only keep 5 possessions what would they be?

I have two clocks that have been in my family for years. One is a grandfather clock my Dad bought 30 years ago. The other is a mantel clock that belonged to my Great Uncle. That one is around 90 years old. 3) 1982 Corvette. 4) Motorcycle and 5)  Great memories.

6. In one word, how do you think your friends/family would describe you?



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Jun 6, 2015

My wife and I had a great experience with John Hart. He was.a complete professional and guided us through every step of selling our house.I would definitely recommend him to anyone who needs a realtor.

— berdingmark
Jun 5, 2015

We just closed in June on selling my house which had been under contract since October the year before. Part of the delay was due to a zoning problem in the Brewery District which we found was zoned commercial rather than residential. The house had been in the family for close to a hundred years and had never changed owners being sold. This caused a couple months delay getting all the approvals to change the zoning through the necessary district and city committees (3) and was a somewhat tedious experience. Then the buyer had changed the type of loan he was going to pursue a few times and finally settled on some type of FHA 202c loan that required "volumes" of overkill paperwork and signatures. Through all of this John Hart remained the professional he is and encouraged me to maintain the race as the buyer was definitely interested in buying my property. I very much appreciate his encouragement and devotion to completing the sale as we had only met once in person as we are in different states by about 900 miles. I believe my experience with John serves well for any future seller or buyer that may want to do business with John "persevere" Hart.

— gsherbst
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