Sibcy Cline, Inc.
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Sibcy Cline, Inc. Company Overview
Sibcy Cline, Inc. Company Information
|Headquarters||8044 Montgomery Rd Ste 300 es|
|Cincinnati, Ohio 45236|
|Key People||Robert N. Siby (CEO)|
|Number of Employees||1001-5000 employees|
Sibcy Cline, Inc., doing business as Sibcy Cline Realtors, provides real estate brokerage services for residential properties. The firm offers home services such as scheduling of home inspections, security systems, and roofers; relocation services including expense tracking, transportation of household goods, and policy development; and title search and insurance services. Additionally, it offers mortgage financing services such as construction finance, investment loans, and fixed and adjustable rate mortgages. Sibcy Cline is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio with additional offices in Beavercreek, Centerville, Fairfield, Harrison, and Kettering, Ohio and Cold Spring, Florence, and Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky. 1
A locally owned and operated family company since 1930, Sibcy Cline is run today by the founder’s grandson, Robert N. Sibcy. With one office and 15 sales associates under his direction, the Sibcy Company acquired the Robert A. Cline Company in 1980, and with 250 agents, the modern Sibcy Cline Realtors was born. Today, Sibcy Cline has 22 office locations and 1,200 real estate agents and 200 employees serving Greater Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana.
Much of Sibcy Cline’s success is attributed to the support and loyalty of its sales agents and employees. The company has a reputation for long-standing tenure with both its sales force and support staff. These professionals have been instrumental in continuing the upward growth of the company. Sibcy Cline has a strong commitment to supporting the community and each year its agents and employees generously donate to the United Way and ArtsWave. These organizations enrich the lives of those who live in the Cincinnati area. The company is also proud of all of the volunteer efforts of its sales force and employees.
Thousands are hours are spent supporting area charities and the company honors one person each year for outstanding community service. Sibcy Cline has always been focused on real estate marketing innovation. In 1983, it became the first area real estate company to provide mortgage services. A Sunday television show on Channel 12, Sibcy Cline Home Videos, showcased the firm’s listings for ten years. With the emergence of the World Wide Web, Sibcy Cline began posting its listings on the Internet in 1995. At the time, Sibcy Cline was one of only two real estate websites nationally – and the only one locally – that featured photos of homes on the Internet. Sibcy Cline has continued to add features to the site to make it the one of the most user-friendly sources of information. The website features full-screen images of their listings that can be viewed on any device – computer, tablet or mobile phone.
Sibcy Cline was also quick to respond as cell phones evolved into smart phones and offered its first version of a mobile website in 2005. In 2011, QR codes were added to For Sale signs. In 2012 a Snap App was create for its agents so they could quickly post their photos of new listings. In 2013, the company added a geographic circle map search for a buyers on the website. And, in 2014, the company founded Second Story Auctions, an online auction company, as a venue for home sellers to get rid of household items they no longer need and and for new home buyers to fill their homes.
The company’s website is a major home-search resource for the region and is the most viewed real estate website in the area.The company is now operated by the third and fourth generation of the Sibcy family. Rob and Pam Sibcy currently manage the firm and their daughter, Robin Sheakley, is president of Sibcy Cline Relocation Services. Above all else, Sibcy Cline Realtors is a service-oriented company, offering convenience and service for all real estate needs, whether buying, selling, financing or maintaining a home. 2
Sibcy Cline, Inc. News & Press Releases
- Local Places to Dispose of Batteries
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- Eight Tips to Help Sell Your Home as Fast as Possible
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- What Millennials Look For when Buying a Home
Did you know 66% of Millennials (born between 1981-1996) plan on buying a home within the next five years? This home-buying generation makes up 34% of all current home buyers and 66% of first-time buyers. Having your home “Millennial ready” is a very good idea for this large buying group. [read more]
- Sibcy Cline Insurance Services Ranked Among the Largest Property and Casualty Insurance Agencies in the Region
Sibcy Cline Insurance Services ranked number 18 on the Business Courier list of largest regional property and casualty insurance agencies. Says Ben O’Brien, Vice President of Sibcy Cline Insurance, “It is exciting to make this list once again. Our team has worked really hard to provide great service and forge [read more]
- Hampstead Park in Mariemont Celebrates with a Topping-Out Ceremony
Patti Sibcy, Rick Greiwe and Elaine Greiwe in front of Mariemont’s Hampstead Park. Hampstead Park, a new condominium development in Mariemont (Cincinnati, Ohio), celebrated the completion of the building’s framing with a “topping out” ceremony. This Scandanavian tradition dates back to 700AD when a fir tree was placed on top [read more]