Here are some of the lastest stats from the Columbus Board of Realtors.
Areas showing an INCREASE in sales price:
The downtown area of Columbus; $261,987 last year to $312,940, almost a 20% increase!
The area loosely located north of Bethel Rd., west of 315, east of Riverside & south of Powell; over 5%, from $184,358 to $194,252.
The area located south of Bethel Rd. to include parts of Grandview & the Lane Ave. area east of 315; $149,169 to $158,525, over 6% increase.
Canal Winchester; a slight increase of 1.73%, up to $175,610.
Dublin; up 3.5% from $319,035 to $330,220.
Hilliard; an increase (but still not a decrease) of less than 1%, at $204,031.
Plain City; up almost 10% to $183,761.
Areas showing a DECREASE:
Columbus, just north of 670, including the Short North, Victorian Village & Italian Village; down 10.5%, to $137,129.
Columbus, east of downtown, to include Olde Towne East; down over 20% to $68,022.
Columbus, south of downtown including German Village; down 31% to $127,690.
East Columbus, south of I-70, and east of Brice Rd.; down 11.37% to $109,600.
West Columbus, east of 270; down almost 25% to $50,144.
Northwest Delaware County; down 14% to $181,243.
Northeast Delaware County; down over 12% to $186,631.
Lancaster; down slightly more than 10% to $101,673.
Pickerington; down 9% to $190,084.
Grandview Heights; down almost 14% to $232,180.
Newark & Granville; down 16.5% to $261,638.
Lockbourne; down almost 18% to $64,693.
Upper Arlington; down almost 7% to $312,570.
Whitehall; down over 40% to $50,230.
Worthington; down 10% to $228,167.
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