On our website, HungryAgents.com®, many Youngstown area Agents have joined as Member Agents. They will compete with each other and bid for your real estate business. For sellers it is simple; they will bid their lowest prices to give you full service at a discount price. They will bid on total commission to you and tell you how much of this price they will give to the buyer's agent and how much they will keep. The average total commission bid on our website in Youngstown has been 4.79%. Yes, that's the average bid, not the average of the lowest bids and it includes commission to both buyer's and seller's agent.
And what about buyers. What can they get? Our Member Youngstown Agents will bid on the amount of the commission they earn as a buyer's agent that they will give to you at closing. And the average bid on our website for buyers has been 26.56%. Again, this is the average of all bids, not the average winning bid. On HungryAgents.com®, in the Youngstown area, the average number of bids received by buyers and sellers is four.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau's 2007 estimate, the Youngstown-Warren-Boardman Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) contains 570,704 people and includes Mahoning and Trumbull counties in Ohio, and Mercer County in Pennsylvania. The Steel Valley area as a whole (including Youngstown-Warren and Sharon-Farrell-New Castle, Pennsylvania) comprises 679,402 residents.
The largest employer in the city is Youngstown State University (YSU), an urban public campus that serves about 13,000 students, located just north of downtown. The city government, in partnership with the university, has organized an ambitious urban renewal plan titled Youngstown 2010. The stated goals of Youngstown 2010 include the creation of a "cleaner, greener, and better planned and organized Youngstown".
A mainstay, though, of Youngstown's industrial economy has long been the GM Lordstown plant. The General Motors' Lordstown Assembly plant is the largest industrial employer is the area. One of the nation's largest auto plants in terms of square feet, the Lordstown facility was home to production of the Chevrolet Impala, Vega, and Cavalier. Recently expanded and retooled with a new paint facility, it is the current home of the Cavalier's successor, the Chevrolet Cobalt.
Delphi, Packard Electric Systems, and the WCI Steel plant are also located in the Warren area. The largest industrial employers within the Youngstown city limits are V&M Star Steel Company, in the Brier Hill district, and Exal Corporation, located on Poland Avenue. The latter has recently expanded its operations.
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The average total commission bid on our website in Youngstown has been 4.79%. And the average bid on our website for buyers has been 26.56%. On HungryAgents.com®, in the Youngstown area, the average number of bids received by buyers and sellers is four.