There were 2,283 central Ohio homes and condos listed for sale in January 2015, a 51 percent jump over the previous month and a 4.8 percent increase from January 2014. Read more.
Central Ohio commercial retail posted its third consecutive quarter of positive net absorption. The 122,237 square foot gain in occupancy over the course of the year erased the early loss and the overall vacancy rate. Read more
The annual Joint Industry Forecast featuring Dr. Ted Jones, chief economist for Stewart Title is right around the corner on March 17. Get your tickets today!
The 2015 10 Under 40 honorees are innovative, ambitious, and committed to raising the bar in real estate. Get to know them! Read more.
The 7th annual Commercial Awards Banquet will be Thursday, Mar. 5 at the new Joseph Hotel.Read more.
From time to time our MLS is asked why brokerage business practices that are different are even permitted to enter their listing into our MLS. For more than a century, federal antitrust laws have existed as a way to promote competition and prevent monopolies in business. Because MLS is akin to a Grand Central Station is the real estate market place, the MLS is under close scrutiny by the U.S. Department of Justice for practices that would prohibit competition. And, because real estate brokers and salespeople frequently cooperate with one another in the sale of properties, brokers, agents, real estate associations and the MLS have numerous opportunities to engage in conduct that might be construed as violations of antitrust laws.
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