Columbus REALTORS® e-notes for January 26, 2018


2017 was hottest housing market in history for central Ohio

Home prices, sales, days on market, months supply and inventory set new records in 2017. Read more.

Joint Industry Forecast recap
Over 900 central Ohio real estate proffesionals attended the annual Joint Industry Forecast yesterday to hear Kenny McDonald give his annual Columbus 2020 update and Dr. Ted C. Jones share his economic insights on what lies ahead for 2018. Event Pictures. McDonald Presentation. Dr. Ted's presentation will be shared when available next week.

How new 20% income deduction works

NAR put together information on how the new tax reform changes affect real estate professionals, commercial real estate, as well as current and prospective homeowners. Read more.

Volunteering Works mentoring and grant program 
NAR is seeking REALTORS® who would benefit from the guidance of an expert mentor and seed money to enhance their volunteer work and help them do even more to help people in need. Deadline for Volunteering Works mentoring and grant program is Feb. 23. More info.

Cohousing developments grow nationwide
The number of cohabiting communities could double over the next year. Learn more about the growing trend here.

Millennials are saving more than you think
Millennials have been stereotyped as a generation that lacks savings or money management skills. But the data isn’t backing that up. Read more.

Business cards are making a bigger statement
Millennials have been stereotyped as a generation that lacks savings or money management skills. But the data isn’t backing that up. Read more.

News for your clients!

Organize your home by Feb. 1 in less than an hour a day
Follow these steps, to spend less than an hour day (sometimes just a few moments), for a better organized home.