From the Archive
By HOM Editor | December 19, 2019
Columbus has remained in the list of top ten hottest real estate markets in America since March 2018.
By HOM Editor | December 18, 2019
Housing Statistical Report for November 2019 from the Akron Cleveland Association of REALTOR
By HOM Editor | November 29, 2019
Housing Statistical Report for September 2019 from the Akron Cleveland Association of REALTORS
By HOM Editor | November 5, 2019
There were 2,824 central Ohio homes and condos sold during the month of September, an 8.9 percent increase over the previous year
By HOM Editor | October 7, 2019
The latest housing information from the Akron Cleveland Association of REALTORS.
By HOM Editor | September 24, 2019
After seven months of increased supply, central Ohio now has five months of year over year inventory decreases under its belt again this year.
By HOM Editorial Team | May 19, 2015
Sewage systems are a disaster when they fail, and very expensive to repair. The state of Ohio now has new rules for the repair and maintenance of sewer systems that keep costs to homeowners under control — thanks in part to the Ohio Association of REAL …
PAST CALLS FOR ACTION
It’s Time for Home Inspection Licensing in Ohio
December 4, 2018
Residents were asked to contact their State Senator in support of the establishment of basic, common-sense standards for education and licensing of inspectors in Ohio.
Ohioans: It’s Time for Home Inspection Licensing
February 20, 2018
Ohio residents were asked to contact their State Representative to support House Bill 211, which wold establish a home inspector license to better protect home buyers and sellers in the state of Ohio.
Single women are emerging as a driving force in today’s real estate market.
A look at the smart home technology that’s helping seniors to safely live at home longer.
Tiny homes are providing shelter for frontline workers and those that need a safe, inexpensive space to quarantine in.
Airbnb owners need more relief if they’re going to outlast existing COVID-19 restrictions.
As students all over the country acclimate to a virtual classroom, huge broadband gaps in rural areas are exposed.