Columbus Home Prices Climbing As Inventory Remains Low
New numbers indicate good news for home sellers in central Ohio
The Columbus Board of Realtors said home prices are climbing across the area.
They say it is because the number of homes up for sale is at its lowest point in more than a decade.
For example, the board said that 2,900 new listings were added in February, which is 6 percent higher than February of last year. The number of homes for sale in central Ohio inched up around 100 since last month.
The inventory of homes for sale in central Ohio remains at its lowest point since the summer of 2002.
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