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The Columbus Ohio Real Estate market offers a variety of homes from affordable to luxury, new home communities, condos and investment property to accommodate most budgets and lifestyles. Trendy, old Columbus neighborhoods such as the Brewery District, Clintonville, German Village, Italian Village, Merion Village, OSU Campus, Olde Town East, Schumacher Place, Short North and Victorian Village have been restored and are popular with professionals seeking an urban lifestyle and convenient commute or bus ride to Downtown Columbus. Many homes for sale in these areas were built in the 1800-1900’s and offer character, charm and beautiful woodwork.

Columbus Real Estate Statistics
Total Homes for Sale in Columbus: 1,764
Avg Days on Market in Columbus: 75
Avg Home Price in Columbus: $237,936
Lowest Home Price in Columbus: $16,000
Highest Home Price in Columbus: $1,900,000

Columbus Real Estate and Neighborhood Info

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Columbus Distinctives

Columbus is a vibrant growing city with a extraordinary blend of arts, fashion, culture, world class dining, music, entertainment, electrifying collegiate and professional sports and an open entrepreneurial vibe that all contribute to making Columbus one of the best cities in the US, to live, work, raise a family and do business! Columbus has won many awards for it's affordable real estate, excellent job market, friendly people, quality education and more. Here are a few of the many awards:

  • The Greater Columbus metro area is the 15th largest city in the US, has more than 1.6 million people in over 20 suburbs, within 30 minutes of Downtown Columbus.
  • The Columbus Region includes 11 counties with over 2.1 million people:  Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Knox, Licking, Logan, Madison,  Marion, Morrow, Pickaway, Union 
  • Back yard chickens are permitted in Columbus
  • Columbus Ranks 18 of America's Friendliest Cities
  • Ranked 14 Best Place for Business & Careers by Forbes
  • Forbes Ranked Columbus #1 for Quality of Life
  • Top 10 US Cities Where Home Ownership is Affordable by
  • Best Minor League Baseball Town by
  • Best City in the Midwest by Money Magazine
  • Columbus is in the Top 20 Hottest Markets for Real Estate by
  • Ranked 14 Best City for Jobs by
  • OSU is Ranked one of the Best Universities by multiple sources
  • #1 best place to live, work and raise a family for African Americans (BET Networks)
  • #1 in the country, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium (USA & USA Travel Guide)
  • #1 library Columbus Metropolitan Library (Library Journal)
  • #1 up & coming high-tech city (Forbes Magazine)
  • #1 city for sports (Scarborough Sports Marketing)
  • #1 Science Center COSI (Parents Magazine)


Columbus Schools

Columbus City School District is Ohio's largest district, with more than 51,000 students in 109 schools. The district provides diverse opportunities for students, including alternative and language immersion schools. While a few Columbus Public schools rank well, as a whole the Columbus School District has failed to meet key performance indicators from the Ohio Department of Education district report card.  There are also several notable private schools, both religious and secular, in the City of Columbus.  

The Ohio State University is one of the largest in the U.S.  Also located in Columbus are Capital University, and its notable law school, Central Ohio Technical College, Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus State Community College, DeVry, Franklin University, Mount Carmel College of Nursing, Ohio Dominican.

Parks & Recreation

There are two park systems, which furnish Columbus with extensive recreational opportunities, beautiful scenery, sports fields, pools and much more. Within Columbus, there is the Columbus Recreation & Parks Department and the Metro Parks system, which extends into the Central Ohio suburbs of Columbus.

Events & Attractions

There is so much to do in Columbus! Here are just a few of the most popular attractions:

  • Columbus Museum of Art - housing collections of European, American and modern art
  • Franklin Park Conservatory
  • Center of Science and Industry (COSI)
  • Ohio Historical Society Museum
  • Wexner Center for the Arts (Film, exhibitions, performing arts)
  • Ohio State University Athletics Hall of Fame
  • Columbus Zoo - Award winning
  • Zoombezi Bay  - Outdoor Waterpark

Sports & Entertainment

  • Ohio State Buckeyes - GO BUCKS!!!
  • Columbus Clippers Baseball - Triple-A farm team of the Cleveland Indians
  • Columbus Crew (Major League Soccer)
  • Columbus Blue Jackets (National Hockey League)
  • Schottenstein Center - home of OSU's basketball and hockey games
  • Arnold Sports Festival - fitness exposition held in late February hosted by Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • American Quarter Horse Congress - held in October
  • Columbus Festival & Events - Enjoy various food, cultural, art and music events throughout the year
  • Scioto Mile Downtown Columbus Riverfront - Take a stroll or bike ride for miles, enjoy gourmet waterfront dining and enjoy exciting events

Arts & Music

Columbus’ major concert venues include the Nationwide Arena and the Schottenstein Center. CAPA has several venues hosting musical and theatrical, performances including: Jo Ann Davidson Theatre, Lincoln Theatre, Southern Theatre, Ohio Theater, Palace Theater (home of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra), Veteran’s Memorial Hall.  PromoWest Productions operates well-known local venues that offer a more intimate setting for musical performances.

Columbus Business

Columbus Ohio is the corporate headquarters of several large businesses including: American Electric Power, Nationwide Insurance, Big Lots, Cardinal Health, Chase Bank, DSW, Huntington Bank, Budweiser, McGraw-Hill Publishers, Mettler-Toledo, Chemical Abstracts, Scotts, Worthington Industries. Located in Dublin are the headquarters for Cardinal Health and Wendys. L Brands, the parent company of Victoria’s Secret, Victoria’s Secret PINK, Bath & Body Works and Abercrombie and Fitch are in New Albany.


Though Columbus does not have a metro, or other form of rail system, it does have an extensive public bus service, COTA (Central Ohio Transit Authority). Airports servicing Columbus include Port Columbus International, Rickenbacker Inland Port, Bolton Field and Don Scott Airport (run by OSU).

Columbus History

The city of Columbus was founded in 1812 and has served as the capital for Ohio since 1816. Columbus has gradually grown into the most populous city in the state of Ohio, with over 787,000 people in the city limits as of the 2010 Census. Helping to facilitate this population growth has been the city’s tremendous land area expansion. Annexation has enabled the city to grow from 39.9 square miles in 1950 to over 225.9 square miles today. Columbus is the county seat for Franklin County.

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Homes Stats

  2016 2017 2018
Average Price $236,089 $269,438 $292,198
Price: Low-High $108,000-$475,000 $35,000-$792,000 $285-$625,000
Average Days On Market 121 55 59
# Of Sales 9 451 128

Condos Stats

  2016 2017 2018
Average Price $200,000 $146,863 $142,482
Price: Low-High $108,000-$475,000 $35,000-$792,000 $285-$625,000
Average Days On Market 256 55 58
# Of Sales 1 28 13

Land Stats

  2016 2017 2018
Average Price $105,320 $19,633 $22,000
Price: Low-High $1,000-$750,000 $35,000-$792,000 $285-$625,000
Average Days On Market 164 163 66
# Of Sales 28 3 1

Multi-family Stats

  2016 2017 2018
Average Price $210,000 $259,317 $307,618
Price: Low-High $108,000-$475,000 $35,000-$792,000 $285-$625,000
Average Days On Market 28 46 56
# Of Sales 1 39 14