How the proposed tax code bill hurts Columbus Ohio homeowners and home sellers

Homeownership in Columbus may be more expensive

How the proposed tax code bill hurts Columbus, Ohio homeowners and home sellers. If you’ve looked at your local news broadcast, picked up a newspaper or scanned your Facebook feed in the last 30 days you may have seen the recent news about the possible introduction of a tax reform plan currently up for debate […]

Columbus Real Estate Profile – Capital Crossroads SID has helped spur Columbus Downtown Condos

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Columbus Profile: Capital Crossroads SID 23 N. Fourth St. | Columbus OH 43215 As Central Ohio continues to flourish, there is one organization who has quietly made a major impact on the growth of Downtown Columbus specifically. Formed in 2001, the Capital Crossroads Special Improvements District (SID) was organized with the purpose of making downtown the […]

Is your Franklin County property value too high? The Board of Revision is coming to a location near you.

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Office bringing Board of Revision to public There will be three “mobile offices” throughout Franklin County to assist residents file Board of Revision applications before the deadline on Tuesday, March 31. Property owners who feel their property value is too high or too low may file a request to change their value with the Board […]

Ready for a Home or Bigger Home? Practice Living in it first

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  Business Insider has a great article on how a young, professional woman from Columbus lived as if she had already purchased her home to gauge the realities of an increase in monthly expenses. For three months, Stephanie Taylor Christensen tried to stay on budget, saving the faux “mortage payment” in anticipation of buying her home. […]