News From Ohio
Timely, relevant and useful information about Ohio and other parts of the country related to real estate, finance and policy issues for homeowners and prospective homeowners.
Whether you live in a rural, suburban or urban community, your response to the US Census will influence how billions of federal dollars flow into your community over the next decade. Learn more.
Euclid City Council is considering a new ordinance that would eliminate the escrow component for the city’s point of sale policy, making it a little easier on the wallets of potential homeowners.
Central Ohio saw a record number of homes sales during the month of February.
In April, the average sales price of Summit County properties increased 8% compared to April 2019.
In April, the average sales price of Cuyahoga County properties increased 8% compared to April 2019.
Columbus offers that big city feel but at a much more affordable cost.
The 2019 housing market was fueled by the overall strength of the economy across most of the country.
Housing Statistical Report for December 2019 from the Akron Cleveland Association of REALTORS.
Favorable interest rates, new inventory, a rise in sales contracts and strong price growth contributed to keep the housing market active in October according to the Columbus REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service.
Housing Statistical Report for September 2019 from the Akron Cleveland Association of REALTORS
Within the past few years, this city has climbed the charts and made its way onto everyone’s radar; both millennials and families are flocking to this bustling city.
In Central Ohio, even though the prices continue to climb at breakneck speed, the demand for homes in the area still exceeds the need.
Cuyahoga and Summit Counties see median sales price increases compared to last year.
New study estimates the potential cost to owners and tenants, as well as additional financial expenditures that may be incurred to address lead contamination issue in the City of Cleveland.
Ohio is one a few remaining states that doesn’t regulate home inspectors. They aren’t required to be licensed, or at the very least be registered in the state.
Dayton REALTORS® co-hosted a fair housing event with the Miami Valley Fair Housing Center this past April featuring Bernard Kleina, who photographed Dr. Martin Luther King in 1966.
This video from the Ohio REALTORS® takes a look back through history to the beginning of fair housing in America.
Hamilton County event recognizes April as Fair Housing Month. What they weren’t expecting was a bit of a civics lesson.
The association works to improve local homeowners’ quality of life and to make it a reality with as little delay as possible.
Ohio REALTORS helped pass a bill to stop a fraud scheme targeting homeowners.
Everyone wants to make sure rental properties are well maintained and do not harm property values in the surrounding community. But onerous burdens on landlords can also harm the rental market. Members of the Akron Cleveland Association of REALTORS® ar …
Nearly 40 years ago, Columbus REALTORS® invested in Columbus, Ohio, neighborhoods by providing seed money for a home-building program in Columbus schools. That program lasted 20 years. Now, Columbus REALTORS® have helped to revive the program, which pr …