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Foreclosed Dublin 4BR 3B
 Foreclosure   # 517
Foreclosed Dublin 4 Bedroom three Bath

 Zip Code 43016
Columbus & Central Ohio
Freddie Mac Foreclosures
Columbus real estate

HUD Foreclosures
Groveport Condo for Sale
Private Owner  # 317
Groveport Condo For Sale
Zip Code 43125
Johnstown Home For Sale
1/2 acre lot # 515
Johnstown Ohio Home for Sale
Zip Code 43031
Reynoldsburg Real Estate
Foreclosed  # 709
Foreclosed Reynoldsburg Real Estate
Zip Code 43068
Columbus Home for Sale
 Foreclosure # 505
German Village area Foreclosure
Zip Code 43206
Columbus Homes for sale
Foreclosure SOLD # 520
Real Estate for Sale

Zip Code 43228
German Village Home
Foreclosure
 # 756
German Village Foreclosed Home for Sale
Zip Code 43206
Grove City Homes for Sale
 Foreclosed Home # 531
Grove City Real Estate

Zip Code 43123
Pataskala Home for Sale
2 story foreclosure  # 310
Pataskala foreclosed home for Sale
Zip Code 43062
Canal Winchester Condo
Foreclosed  # 526
Canal Winchester Foreclosed condo

Zip Code 43110
Columbus Real Estate
Price Reduced   # 527
Real Estate foreclosed

Zip Code 43209
Columbus Real Estate
Foreclosure  # 503
Foreclosed Columbus Home

Zip Code 43223
Reynoldsburg Home for sale
Foreclosed Home # 528

Zip Code 43068
Blacklick Condo for sale
Foreclosure  # 309
Foreclosed Blacklick condo for sale
Zip Code 43004
Columbus Far East
 Foreclosure  # 511

Zip Code 43227
Johnstown Home for sale
Foreclosure  # 603
Johnstown foreclosed home for sale

Zip Code 43031
Newark Home for Sale
Foreclosure SOLD  # 506
Foreclosed Newark Home

Zip Code 43055
Lancaster Foreclosure
  Investment # 524
Lancaster Foreclosure

Zip Code 43023
Columbus Home for Sale
 Foreclosure  # 713
Foreclosed MLS home

Zip Code 43205
Foreclosed Columbus
 Dublin Schools   # 518
Foreclosure in Dublin School District

Zip Code 43235
Columbus Condo For Sale
Foreclosed  # 504
Columbus Discount Condo For Sale

Zip Code 43213
Reynoldsburg Foreclosure
Foreclosed  # 507
Reynoldsburg foreclosed home for sale

Zip Code 43068
Land For Sale 16 Acres
   Pataskala # 726
Land for Sale Pataskala

Zip Code 43063
Dublin Home
 Foreclosure # 523
Real Estate for Sale in Zip Code 43017

Zip Code 43017
Dublin Foreclosed Home
Great location  # 719
Dublin foreclosed home for sale

Zip Code 43016
Westerville Real Estate
Foreclosure # 714
Foreclosed Wesrterville Home

Zip Code 43081
Newark Foreclosure
Foreclosure   # 717
Newark foreclosure for sale

Zip Code 43055
 Foreclosed Home
Foreclosure # 512
Foreclosed Home

Zip Code 43031
Columbus Home For Sale
Foreclosed Home # 739
Gahanna schools

 Zip Code 43230
Columbus Home for Sale
Foreclosed Condo # 530
Foreclosed Home for sale
Zip Code 43004
Columbus Home For Sale
 Foreclosure SOLD # 508
Columbus Home For Sale

  Zip Code 43207
Columbus Foreclosure
Foreclosed Bi-Level  # 514
Foreclosed Columbus Home

Zip Code 43207
Pataskala Home for Sale
 Price Reduced   # 525
Foreclosure Pataskala Home
Zip Code 43062
Columbus Home
 Foreclosed 3 level  # 521
Columbus 3 level split foreclosure for sale

Zip Code 43227 
Lancaster Foreclosure
Like New Ranch  # 510
Lancaster Foreclosure for Sale
Zip Code 43130
Homes for sale Columbus
  Foreclosure # 509
Foreclosed investment real estate
Zip Code 43011
Columbus Ohio Ranch
Foreclosed Home # 522
Foreclosed Real Estate

Zip Code 43224
Columbus Real Estate
Foreclosure For Sale # 516
Columbus Real Estate For Sale

Zip Code 43231
Columbus Duplex for Sale
Foreclosure   # 217
Columbus West Side Duples foreclosure for sale

Zip Code 43204
Columbus Foreclosure
Investment  # 814
Investment foreclosure in Columbus Ohio
Location 43232
Foreclosed Columbus
Great Investment  # 708
Foreclosed Real Estate
Zip Code 43205
Reynoldsburg Ohio Homes
   Foreclosure # 529
Reynoldsburg Home For Sale
Zip Code 43068
Canal Winchester Condo
Canal Winchester
# 703
Canal Winchester foreclosure condo for sale
Zip Code 43110
Upper Arlington Condo
Foreclosed  # 810
Foreclosed Upper Arlington Condo For Sale
Zip 43220 Upper Arlington
     
  Columbus and Central Ohio Home Market Update
 07/15/2011

Finally some very encouraging news from the Board of Realtors about our real estate market. The numbers are in for June and it looks like the market has started to turn around. The number of contracts written for February topped the last three months as well as the same time last year in February. The housing activity started when the mortgage interest rates were dropped in January this year. The Columbus Board of Realtors and many Realtors felt many buyers were waiting for this drop. Many buyers were able to qualify for their first home with this drop in interest while some others jumped at the chance to move to a larger home. While contracts increased, actual sales decreased by 5.8% from last year same time and same months. This is probably a carry over from the lack of activity during the holiday season and the first of the year.

The average price of a Central Ohio home last year in 2007 was $164,397. Then average price last month was $154,497. The very important issue is that there was fewer homes listed for sale in February 2008 (3538) compared to January (3812) and February 2007 (3417). The total number of homes listed for sale is now lower than the inventory level one year ago.

As Central Ohio inventory levels have been roughly 30% higher than normal for the last year or so, any leveling off in new listing is a welcome sign for the market as a whole. Quoting Greg Hrabcak, President of the Columbus Board of Realtors,” the fact that the supply has been significantly greater than the demand has resulted in lower sale prices, lengthier sales listing periods and a general concern about housing.” But housing, like most economics sectors, is cyclical. This buyers market won’t last forever.” Looks like he was exactly right as I see this buyers market ending very soon.

So, to all you’ve read in the newspaper, television and on the internet, that’s always bad, I would like for you to read about all the positives that are happening right now. Real Estate is alive and well. But, if you still want to read about the doom and gloom, I’m sure our news media will be happy to report this. They are part of this problem as they feel we only want to hear BAD news. Well I think they are wrong, we want to hear the truth.

Dora Clifford
Broker/Owner
Clifford Realtors

 

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MLS Information

Columbus Multiple Listing Service (MLS) (also Multiple Listing System or Multiple Listings Service) is a database which allows real estate brokers representing sellers under a listing contract to widely share information about properties with real estate brokers who may represent potential buyers or wish to cooperate with a seller's broker in finding a buyer for the property. The MLS combines the listings of all available properties that are represented by brokers who are both members of the Columbus Ohio MLS system and of NAR  (the National Association of Realtors). We offer you this FREE service of our complete data base of homes for sale in the Columbus Ohio MLS and Central Ohio MLS.

An Internet Data Exchange (IDX) is a real estate property search site which allows the public to conduct searches of approved (MLS) Multiple Listing Service properties in a certain area.

Site users generally gain the benefit of anonymous property searching and review. IDX sites usually provide less detailed information than the full Realtor Multiple Listing Service, limiting the data to that which is deemed publicly accessible. The benefit to realtors is that users of their IDX web site can search freely the MLS, establish some confidence, and qualify themselves before contacting the realtor. Certain rules apply to the real estate companies' ability to display each detail about a property. These "display rules" are set by the Columbus Ohio MLS (Multiple Listing Service) organization, which generally forms its policy around the recommendations of the National Association of Realtors IDX policy is nearing its replacement by a new Internet Listing Display policy being formed by the National Association of Realtors.
Columbus Real Estate Today

Central Ohio Real estate has changed over the last few years in Columbus. If you visit downtown Columbus, Ohio  you will find condos and lofts. Nationwide Plaza and Columbus Short North are especially good for offering real estate sales of condo and lofts. Pricing usually starts in the low $200,000. In Columbus Ohio the prices have remained strong and even increasing in most areas. Columbus Real Estate has been experiencing a buyers market right now but homes remain strong with increases in the  range from 2% up to 4%. each year.

The rehab or investment market is excellent in Columbus. These properties can be bought starting at around $40,000 and up and
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Columbus Ohio MLS and through our listings of Foreclosed homes in Central Ohio.

Single family real estate is still our strongest market and can range to over $900.000 depending on what area of Columbus you are interested in. Visit
Columbus Ohio MLS  Multiple Listing Service to see all the home listings in Columbus, OH. Columbus is growing in leaps and bounds so real estate is still the best investment in your future.  Call 614-501-1500 for more information or find out the best site to get all the MLS listings and information.

Worthington Ohio Information

Worthington was settled in 1803 by several New England Families from the Farmington River Valley of Connecticut and Massachusetts, under the leadership of pioneer businessman James Kilbourne. In 1802, Kilbourne organized a group of men to form the Scioto Company and headed West from Granby, Connecticut to explore and find land to create a new community. With help from his friend Thomas Worthington, Kilbourne purchased 16,000 acres of land on behalf of the Scioto Company for $125 and acre. when Kilbourne returned to New England, he planned the lay out of the village. He platted a New England type village of 164 lots around a central public square, which was designated for religious and educational purposes, as well as a spot for community gatherings.

In September of 1803, eleven families left their Connecticut homes and traveled by wagon train to their new home in Ohio. It took six weeks for the families to travel the 600 miles to their new home, arriving in October of 1803. They named their new village Worthington, in honor of Thomas Worthington, one of Ohio's first senators and a future governor of Ohio for his assistance in locating the tract of land that would become Worthington.

Worthington today prides itself in strong community spirit and excellent qualify of life. Worthington's school district today serves over 9000 students and consistently earns the highest  on the States School District Report. Worthington's elegantly restored shops still draw crowds with their small town charm. Residents of Worthington say that it is an ideal place to work and raise a family. This contributes to the stable market in real estate with home values remaining high.


New Albany Information

The village of New Albany was founded in 1837, but came to life only in the last two decades. This is the result of the passion of the people who believe it is just not where you live, but how we live. Thoughtful attention to details of all aspects of daily living have created a pedestrian friendly village committed to education, culture and leisure that enriches families and business.

New Albany prides itself on being a very safe community. The New Albany police department moved to their new state of the art building in 2007. Mark Cheney, Chief of Police, provides monthly reports as well as annual reports on the New Albany web site. He welcomes any comments or questions at 614-855-1234.

New Albany is the kind of place where you are likely to run into the Mayor or CEO of a multi-national company at the coffee shop or Market Square.

New Albany boasts a nationally ranked school system, a state of the art performing art center, leisure trails, parks, tree lined streets with white horse fences and the 27 hole Jack Nicholas championship golf course. These are just a few reasons people love New Albany.

New Albany population in 2000 was 3711 and in 2006 has grown to 6345. Even in our challenging market in real estate, New Albany homes have maintained and in many cases have increased their value and are still very much in demand.

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