home sales Ohio Realtors Expect Sellers' Market To Continue By Adrian Ma • Apr 23, 2018 Amy Sancetta / Associated Press March home sale figures for Ohio will be released Monday and regardless of whether the number is higher than the month before, realtors are expecting the current sellers' market to continue. Central Ohio Housing Market Could Tighten With Fewer Homes Available By Debbie Holmes • Apr 4, 2018 Amy Sancetta / Associated Press First-time buyers in Central Ohio may have more trouble finding their dream home this spring and summer, the peak time for home sales. Central Ohio's Hot Real Estate Market Lowered Home Supply Last Year By Debbie Holmes • Jan 24, 2017 Flora Alix-Flickr Real estate in central Ohio last year saw some of its highest home sales and prices on record. The demand resulted in a smaller supply of homes and a shorter average time on market. Central Ohio Home Sale Climb; Prices Rise By Marilyn Smith • Jun 22, 2016 Nearly 31-hundred houses and condos were sold in Central Ohio in May. Spring-Like Home Sales Point To 'Hot Summer' By Mandie Trimble • Feb 23, 2016 Flickr Despite record-low inventory, central Ohio home sales were strong last month. Columbus Realtors 2015 Breaks Record In Central Ohio Home Sales By Marilyn Smith • Jan 22, 2016 Columbus Realtors says 2015 was a record year for Central Ohio home sales. The industry group says more than 29-thousand single family homes and condominiums sold during the year. That's up by 9 percent over the previous year. Central Ohio Home Sales Down In October By Marilyn Smith • Nov 23, 2015 Despite a recent dip in sales in October, housing sales in Central Ohio are up more than 9 percent this year. June Brings Highest Home Sale Prices On Record By Steve Brown • Jul 22, 2015 Flickr / Creative Commons June was a record-setting month for Central Ohio housing prices. Home Sales Down, Prices Up In February By Steve Brown • Mar 24, 2015 Flickr Central Ohio home sales fell in February compared to the previous year, while prices increased. Many experts say that’s largely because of a smaller inventory and tight mortgage markets.