Columbus neighborhood home prices for Feburary 2012
I'm talking about neighborhoods in the Columbus City School District... a huge school district. The average sale price in Columbus schools is so reasonable in comparison to other central Ohio school districts. The average sale price of a home in the Columbus City School District was $92,000 in February 2012.
The graph shows average home prices in the Columbus City School District for the past 15 months. The green line is average list price, (the price of homes for sale.) The red line is the average sale price (closed sales .) This is single family homes only.
Can you buy a home on the northside of Columbus for $92,000... in Beechwold, Clintonville or northwest Columbus?
Columbus neighorhood home prices... well maybe they are larger than neighborhoods, these are zip codes which are just mail routes.
The average sale price in the Columbus, Ohio 43202 zip code (Clintonville, Old North Columbus and other City of Columbus neighborhoods) in February was $144,000, down 6.5% from a year ago.
The average sale price in the Columbus, Ohio 43214 zip code (Beechwold, Clintonville, Sharon Heights, Chaseland, Old Beechwold) was $189,000 in February 2012, up 17.4% from February 2011.
The average sale price in the Columbus, Ohio 43224 zip code in February was $52,000 but that is up 48.6% from the average sale price from a year ago. The 43224 zip code in north east Columbus.
The average sale price in the Columbus, Ohio 43229 zip code was $76,000 down 5% from February 2011. Columbus, Ohio 43229 in north east Columbus includes Devonshire, Forest Park, Kar Mel and many more City of Columbus neighborhoods.
The average sale price in the Columbus, Ohio 43235 zip code was $208,000. Columbus, Ohio 43235, the West Worthington area has neighborhoods in the Columbus, Dublin and Worthington school districts. The February 2012 average price in the 43235 zip code is down 8.4% from a year ago.
Compare Columbus pricing with other school distict in Franklin County Franklin County, Ohio Home Prices - February 2012.
The Columbus Board of REALTORS® spoke yesterday... they said and I am paraphrasing rather than quoting prices are up and sales are up. CBR was speaking of a huge chunk in the middle of the state which is the Columbus Board of REALTORS mls. CBR lumps all residential sales together too.
Columbus Neighborhood Home Prices - Feb. 2012 was published in March 2012 based on data available from the Columbus Board of REALTORS® at the end of February. Trendgraphix reports are based on data supplied by the Columbus Board of Realtors, mls (multiple listing service.) According to Trendgraphix neither CBR nor the mls guarantee or are in anyway responsible for the accuracy of the data. It says: "Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed." Since I am relying on the info from the CBR mls and Trendgraphix, I can offer no guarantee either. A slight correction in the data may be visible in the graphs the next month.
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