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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.

Columbus REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service

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.

Columbus REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service

Central Ohio home sales rebounded last month after a decline in February. 

The Columbus REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service

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.

Columbus Realtors

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

The latest home sales figures find the Columbus area continuing its momentum despite a decline statewide.

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Realtors in central Ohio, the state and the nation are reporting mixed existing home sales results. Jim Letizia reports.

Home Sales Up in Ohio, US

Sep 19, 2013

Sales of existing homes rose in August in Central Ohio, the state, and the nation. Jim Letizia reports.