2018 Columbus Ohio regional home sales statistics release schedule

Jan. 24 - 2017 housing report
Feb. 21 - January housing report
Mar. 21 - February housing report
Apr. 23 - March housing report
May 24 - April housing report
June 20 - May housing report
July 23 - June housing report
Aug. 22 - July housing report
Sept. 20 - August housing report
Oct. 19 - September housing report
Nov. 21 - October housing report
Dec. 19 - November housing report


Above dates coincide with the National Association of REALTORS® News Release Schedule

News Results

Columbus REALTORS® e-notes for February 23, 2018
2/23/2018

Columbus REALTORS® e-notes for February 23, 2018

Inventory at record lows; Hey REALTORS® - Your business, your brand; Government Affairs Forum: 2018 Political & Policy Forecast Panel 3/6; Short sales and foreclosures continue downward trend; Home Inspector Licensing, Take action now; Foundation Wine Tasting is 3/15; Understanding the Residential Real Estate Purchase Contract; Civil Rights and Fair Housing for all real estate transactions; What does homeowners insurance cover and more.

Central Ohio Housing Report - January 2018
2/21/2018

Central Ohio Housing Report - January 2018

Central Ohio housing inventory continued to decrease during the month of January to 3,410, which is 12 percent below December and 21.2 percent less than January 2017. This left central Ohio with a 1.2 months supply of inventory at the current sales pace and the 84th consecutive month of year over year declines in inventory, according to the Columbus REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service.

Q4-2017 Lender-Mediated Properties Report
2/20/2018

Q4-2017 Lender-Mediated Properties Report

While central Ohio saw record home sales in 2017, the share of sales that were lender-mediated declined to 4.8 percent during 4Q-2017 which is down by more than half from 2016 (9.0 percent) according to the 4Q-2017 Lender-Mediated Properties Report.

Columbus REALTORS® e-notes for February 16, 2018
2/16/2018

Columbus REALTORS® e-notes for February 16, 2018

REALTORS® - Your business, your brand; Home Inspector Licensing, Take action now; 
Government Affairs Forum: 2018 Political & Policy Forecast Panel; Facts about the HECM for Purchase Program; How millennial agents are reshaping brokerages; Are romantic addresses a better Investment; 4 things to do in February to avoid a yucky spring and more.

2/14/2018

National Association of REALTORS®’ Ethics Course Requirement due December 31, 2018

The NAR Ethics course requirement [all REALTORS® must complete at least 2.5 hours of ethics training (NAR Code of Ethics) every two years] is due December 30, 2018. This requirement has been in place since 2001. However, it has been changed from a 4-year cycle to a 2-year cycle. Therefore, it may not coincide with the individual real estate agent’s state of Ohio ethics course requirement.

Columbus REALTORS® e-notes for February 9, 2018
2/9/2018

Columbus REALTORS® e-notes for February 9, 2018

Weather cancellation policy; Dr. Ted's slidedeck from the Joint Industry Forecast; 
Facts about the HECM for Purchase Program; Become a Certified Real Estate Mentor; 
Meet the 2018 10 under 40 honorees; Owners Upbeat That Equity Rises Will continue; Renters are getting frustrated; Firepit or moneypit? 8 ways to avoid overspending and more.

2/8/2018

Meet the 2018 10 Under 40 honorees

The 2018 10 Under 40 honorees are innovative, industrious, and committed to raising the bar in real estate. This group of select individuals are leaders in the central Ohio real estate community under the age of 40 who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of sales, leadership and community involvement. Congratulations are in order to this year's honorees: Jeff Krider, Megan Kelley, Sarah Miller, Dara Barker, Rob Riddle, Katie Crocco, Chris Davis, Rob Ellis, Justin Gwinn, and Molly Leach.

Columbus REALTORS® e-notes for February 2, 2018
2/2/2018

Columbus REALTORS® e-notes for February 2, 2018

Columbus among January's hottest housing markets; Joint Industry Forecast; 
Facts about the HECM for Purchase Program; Collection of local realty photo cards available soon online; Housing market starts 2018 on positive note; Remind Buyers to Unfreeze Credit; 
What happens to real estate if government shuts down again; Bathroom materials that’ll withstand any abuse and more.

1/29/2018

See the need, take the lead

Sara is honored to be representing our Association as President this year. Her theme, “See the need, take thelead” embodies her belief in empowering individuals to do exceptional work through collaboration and communication.

1/29/2018

Getting to know Sara

Sara is an involved and supportive mother, an energetic and attentive REALTOR®, civic leader, empowering boss, and a compassionate and loyal friend.