Rebecca Novak

Rebecca Novak

  • 440-667-2691
  • 440-526-7812
  • 440-667-2691
  • 440-526-0500
  • 8915 Brecksville Road
    Brecksville, OH 44141
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B.A. Applied Commication Kent State University

Tau Sigma National Honor Society

Proud graduate Brecksville High School


  • Coldwell Banker Premier Office
  • Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource
  • Coldwell Banker Chairman's Circle
  • Realtor
  • Equal Housing Opportunity

Where Home Buyers and Sellers Come for Innovation and Results

It seems that in the world of real estate, changes can occur at a moment’s notice. Isn’t it reassuring to know you can always count on some things to stay the same? Home buyers and sellers that utilize my professional services can rest assured knowing that no matter what changes the real estate market may bring, I will always have my client's best interest in mind and will diligently partner with them to get the results they’re striving to achieve.

With more than 6 years of proven experience, I have a firm understanding of what is important to home buyers and sellers, and I've helped them reach their goals time and time again. I  pledge to continue to share my knowledge of the real estate market, utilize all available resources, and walk you through the maze of buying and selling a home. The choices you make regarding real estate are too important to trust to just anyone – 


Innovative, effective marketing is crucial to improving your sell time. To reach the most possible buyers, I will advertise your home across many different and relevant venues, going far beyond traditional methods like print advertising to proven-effective venues such as multiple websites and direct mail. Having technologies and ideas is one thing; knowing how and when to use them is another.


Even though there are many ways to qualify to buy a home, make sure the monthly mortgage payment fits comfortably within your budget. A qualified loan officer can sit down with you and design a mortgage program that best suits your specific needs. I will explain the ins and outs of home-buying and provide you with options that best suit your needs.


Kent State University

BA Applied Communication 2009

Tau Sigma National Honor Society

Moving Checklist

Here are some useful hints to help you with the moving process.

Before Leaving Your Present Address...

Ending/Starting Utilities

Order the final reading of:
Gas Meter
Electric Meter
Water Meter

Have the termination date ready when you call any of the following services that may apply:

  • Gas
  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Sewer
  • Trash Removal
  • Telephone
  • Cable
  • Newspaper Delivery

Contact the utility companies in the city to which you are moving to inquire about installation & fees for installation services (also have the dates/times you wish to begin service available):

  • Gas
  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Sewer
  • Trash Removal
  • Telephone
  • Cable

Change of Address Notification

Request change of address cards from your post office. Send a card to each of the following that may apply:

  • Magazines
  • Insurance Companies
  • Credit Card Companies
  • Other companies for which you are billed or have accounts with
  • Friends/Family
  • Place of worship or other groups

You can also use the United States Postal Service website to change your official mailing address:

Click here for the USPS change of address form.

Transferring Finances

  • Transfer your bank accounts and any other investments
  • Close any safety deposit boxes
  • Transfer insurance on household goods, personal possessions, and automobiles so they will be properly covered en route to your new home.
  • Arrange sufficient cash or travelers’ checks to cover moving costs until you make new banking connections. (Moving companies usually require cash or certified checks.)
  • Obtain Records
  • Obtain birth records of you and/or your children.
  • Obtain all medical and dental records. Request shot and health records for your pets from your veterinarian.
  • Notify the principal at your children’s school about your intended move. 
  • Also, request a letter from your children’s teachers covering their status in school.

Before the Big Move…

  • Leave your new address with your real estate company.
  • Leave all keys to your property with your real estate agent, landlord, or neighbor.
  • If leaving your home vacant, clean out all trash and secure windows, doors, etc. Consider winterizing the home, if necessary. (Inform your real estate agent of any needs or concerns they should be aware of while the house remains vacant.)
  • Check the status of your utilities:
    • Gas
    • Electricity
    • Water
    • Sewer
    • Trash Removal
    • Telephone
    • Cable
  • Have the refrigerator, automatic washer, and other appliances checked by a certified technician. Have the stove serviced and check the pilot light.
  • Check the pilot lights on the hot water heater, incinerator, and furnace.
  • Have your new address changed on your driver’s license and other forms of identification.
  • Note any problems or questions that you were unaware of about your new home. Contact your real estate agent if necessary.
  • Ask the mail carrier if any mail is being held for you and notify the post office of your arrival.
  • Register your automobiles within the time allowed (if you have moved to a different state.)


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