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Although new listings and home sales in central Ohio declined last month compared to August, the region saw year over year inventory gains and record sales activity in the third quarter. 

For four straight months in central Ohio, a more than 20 percent increase in new listings has been met with a double-digit rise in home sales. That changed in July as the market cooled off last month.

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Record sales at record prices in record time - that's how the Columbus REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service sums up the region's June activity. A record 3,644 homes closed last month, a 15.6 percent increase from last year and 21.3 percent higher than May.

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After a record year for home sales in 2020 and a solid start to 2021 last month, central Ohio housing activity declined in February. Analysts still see the market here and statewide as resilient, given the continued inventory shortage.  

Columbus Realtors yesterday hosted its annual economic and real estate forecast. The group releases the region's record-setting 2020 housing report later today. 

Kenny McDonald, President & CEO for the 11-county economic development organization One Columbus, expressed optimism for the region but with a key assumption regarding COVID-19. 

The Columbus REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service

The Columbus REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service says November home sales increased 12.7 percent.

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The central Ohio housing market saw record home sales last month.

The housing market had an active and strong 2019 in Ohio and the Columbus region.

Sales of exisiting homes declined last month in Ohio and around the county. 

Existing home sales declined in April on the national level, but rose in central Ohio and statewide. 

Sales of existing homes fell in March on the national level, but rose on the state and local levels. 

Existing home sales in February rose from the previous month on the national, state and local levels. 

The National Association of Realtors says existing U.S. home sales rose by 11.8 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.51 million. 

Sales of existing homes declined in January on the national, state and local levels. 

Sales of existing homes declined in December on the national, state and local levels. 

Exisiting home sales rose in November on the national and state levels, but declined on the local level.

Sales of existing homes rose on the national, state and local levels in October. 

Existing home sales in September declined from August on the local, state and national levels. 

Sales of existing homes in August were flat on the national level. But figures released Thursday also show mixed results on the state and local levels. 

Sales of existing homes fell in July on the local and national levels, but increased on the state level. 

Despite slight declines at the national and state levesl, sales of existing homes in the Columbus-area incireased in June. 

Despite declines at the state and national levels, existing home sales rose in the Columbus area last month. 

Existing home sales in March rose on the national, state and local levels. 

Existing home sales in January declined on the local, state and national levels. 

Existing home sales in December declined on the national, state and local levels. But the figures for 2017 show a robust year overall, including some record-setting activity in central Ohio and the state.

Sales of existing homes rose last month on the national and state levels, but declined locally.

Sales of existing homes rose last month on the national and state levels, but declined locally.

Sales of existing homes fell in August on the national level, but rose on the state and local levels.

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Sales of existing homes declined in July on the local, state and national levels.

Existing home sales declined in June on the national and state levels, but rose slightly on the local level.

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Americans purchased existing homes at a faster pace in May, but a shortage of properties on the market and higher prices continue.

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