Ready to Buy A Home in Columbus, Ohio?

Many satisfied clients say that the way we helped them understand the complicated and sometimes overwhelming home-buying process was the most appreciated aspect of their relationship with us. The internet makes available a wealth of information which can be truly empowering, but can also be confusing for home-buyers. The articles below will help you make sense of buying a home in Columbus, Ohio.

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Multiple Offers Rising all across Ohio

By Greg Stitz, Ohio REALTORS Director of Research Compared to October 2014, when this question was first asked, 28 percent more respondents have seen multiple offers rise in their area. According to Ohio REALTORS October 2017 housing market confidence survey, 84 percent of respondents have seen multiple offers rise in their area compared to 56 […]

Finding a ranch home for sale in Columbus and surrounding communities

Columbus area ranch homes sold over the last year.

  There was an article in the Dispatch today about the popularity/scarcity conundrum of ranch homes in Central Ohio. I haven’t experienced too many buyers with strong preferences toward ranch homes unless they are also looking at downsizing to a 1-floor condo. I love working in areas like Eastmoor or Berwick or Upper Arlington where […]

Buyers Benefit from New Student Loan Regulations


Buyers Benefit from New Student Loan Regulations Student Loan debt in the United States has reached $1.4 Trillion. It has become one of the primary roadblocks for buying a home for millions of Americans. For those not familiar with how this debt affects your ability to obtain a mortgage, allow me to demystify it a […]

Columbus Area Homes under $200,000 – Do they exist? Where?


Unbelievably, 48% of all homes actively listed in the MLS, as of this afternoon, are $200,000 or less. I find this remarkable. Very nearly half of the homes for sale in Central Ohio fall into what I would call an ‘affordable’ range. And yet, finding and purchasing a home, especially for a first time home […]