2019 Columbus Ohio regional home sales statistics release schedule

Jan. 22 - 2018 housing report
Feb. 21 - January housing report
Mar. 22 - February housing report
Apr. 22 - March housing report
May 21 - April housing report
June 21 - May housing report
July 23 - June housing report
Aug. 21 - July housing report
Sept. 19 - August housing report
Oct. 22 - September housing report
Nov. 21 - October housing report
Dec. 19 - November housing report

Above dates coincide with the National Association of REALTORS® News Release Schedule

News Results


Q4-2018 Lender-Mediated Properties Report

Foreclosures and short sales in central Ohio continued to decline during the final months of 2018. Down 37.5 percent in the fourth quarter, distressed home sales made up just 3.2 percent of the properties sold, down from almost five percent last year and a record low.


Q2-2018 Lender-Mediated Properties Report

Foreclosures and short sales were down 36.1 percent from last year and the lowest on record for central Ohio, according to the Q2-2018 Lender-Mediated Properties report from Columbus REALTORS®.


Q1-2015 Lender-Mediated Properties Report

Distressed inventory during 1Q-2015 decreased to the lowest on record. Roughly one in five of the homes sold during the first quarter were distressed compared to one half of all the closings back in early 2011.


Q4-2014 Lender-Mediated Properties Report

Central Ohio short sales and foreclosures continued its steady decline during the last three months of  2014 as both inventory and sales fell markedly below the previous year.


Q4-2013 Lender-Mediated Properties Report

The Columbus region inventory of short sales and foreclosures dropped in 4Q-2013, while new listings for traditional homes (homes not in a distressed state) were up 15.5. Last quarter, one in four homes sold were distressed compared to early 2011 when almost half of the sales were distressed.

Q3-2013 Lender-Mediated Properties Report
Q1-2013 Lender-Mediated Properties Report

Q1-2013 Lender-Mediated Properties Report

Lender-mediated inventory fell 42.4 percent from last year; that figure has plummeted nearly 60.0 percent from peak supply levels. Supply is down, demand is up and the sales mix is shifting away from distressed properties and back toward traditional homes.