Sarah Combs

Real Estate Agent & Consultant
Office: 330.722.5002
Mobile: 330.612.6416
Fax: 330.723.6330

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Sarah (Masica) Combs grew up in the Medina area and attended Archbishop Hoban High School in Akron. She obtained a degree in Business Administration and Marketing from the Boler School of Business at John Carroll University. After graduation, Sarah pursued a management trainee program and held a position in outside sales in the Cleveland market, working with local and national business of all sizes. After the extended training in sales and management, she returned to the world of real estate in which she grew up and joined “The Masica’s” team as a licensed agent to better serve new and current commercial real estate clients. She is specifically focused on growing the Lorain and Cuyahoga markets for Gerspacher Real Estate Group, where she resides with her husband. Sarah is passionate about client relations and her ability to support the experienced team with new ideas and exceptional customer service.

Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration & Marketing, John Carroll University, University Heights, Ohio
  • Ohio Real Estate License, Hondros College, Avon, Ohio

Affiliations

  • Archbishop Hoban Alumni
  • Gamma Phi Beta, Zeta Omicron Chapter Alumni
Apr 05
In the Medina County market, we have seen an increased need for office space over the last 6 months. What was once solely a manufacturing community has now transitioned to a mix of knowledge-based industries; while Cleveland’s presence as a healthcare hub slowly spills into the suburban communities as well. This lead us to explore the question, “Is office space a market trend on the rise?” To our surprise, it seems as if the Cleveland and Akron/Canton office markets have been... + read more
Nov 13
What demographic group comes to mind when you read “transitioning from the trend of homeowners to renters?” Is your answer Millennials? Think again.Focus your attention on the largest demographic for the past 50 years: yes, the Baby Boomers. For the past several years, the real estate industry has focused on Millennials as the primary renter demographic. We’ve heard countless stories of Millennials running from homeownership; because either they can’t afford a home, want... + read more
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