355 Homes sold last year in Central Clintonville – N Broadway to Morse Rd and the River to the Tracks. That’s a lot of homes so we will break that number down North and South of Cooke-Henderson — minus Overbrook Ravine homes which we will address at the end of this post. Let’s start with […]
102 single family homes sold in South Clintonville in 2016. Seems like a lot, right? From North Broadway to Arcadia and the River to the Tracks, 102 Single Family Clintonville Homes sounds like a lot if you were a buyer who was looking last year and it seemed like there was never anything on the market. Here […]
The heartbeat of all things City of Columbus, Columbus Underground, started a regular podcast last year that addresses Columbus-Relevant issues called the Confluence Cast. If you haven’t listened to any of the episodes, do yourself a favor and go check it out and subscribe. The regular host, Tim Fulton, is a super guy and an in-the-know […]
Far and away the most expensive home sale in Columbus in 2016 wasn’t a home at all. 13,812 square feet of the North Bank condominium building constituted the $4,400,000 sale – blowing away the next closest competitor – a $2.1MM sale on Dublin Road North of Fishinger and South of Hayden Falls on almost 10 […]
Here is the Latest WOSU Columbus Neighborhoods Episode Featuring Downtown Columbus. Want to find your Downtown Columbus Condo, Home or Loft? Look Below and ask me for the Columbus Buyers White Paper.
2016 Was an absolute banner year for real estate sales in Olde Towne East and Columbus’ other Near East Neighborhoods. Buyers couldn’t get enough of that of perfect mix of big, beautiful historic character and proximity to downtown. See below for criteria, but without further ado I give you the 2016 Olde Towne Real Estate Sales […]
While the presidential election gets all the press, there are many other races, initiatives and levies on the November 8 ballot. The other day I heard a presentation from Dr Good, Columbus City Schools Superintendent, on the need for the CCS levy and exactly where the money will go. If approved, it will add 6.92 new mills, […]