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Living at its Best in Columbus, OH

Columbus continues to thrive as the state’s largest city with over 1.7 million people in the metro area. Although other areas of Ohio have sustained significant economic downtowns, Columbus has been somewhat insulated, due in large part to lower inflation rates, lower unemployment (as compared to the national average) and affordable housing prices. Columbus has been nominated as a best big city in Money Magazine’s “Best Places to Live” list, and consistently ranks amongst the nation’s largest cities. Forbes Magazine, has also voted Columbus as #1 among the top 10 “Up and Coming Tech Cities” along with the most affordable place to retire. All of these awards have contributed greatly toward sustaining our stable economy.

With greater than 60% of the region’s workers in white-collar occupations, Franklin County is one of the top largest counties (in the nation) for attracting new businesses. Major employers include: state government, transportation and logistics, advanced manufacturing, technology and research, and retail. Other sectors that contribute are business, professional, and financial services. Future economic growth is focused on strengthening logistics, automotive, healthcare and tourism. With an average sales price of $165,000, it’s one of the most affordable places to live. Nine of our area’s public high schools rank in the top 5% in the nation, making it a natural draw for families looking to relocate here. With 26 colleges and universities in the metro area, it has become a favorite choice for those seeking higher education as well.

If you’re looking for a starter home, an urban condominium, or a large estate, Columbus has something for everyone. For those seeking an active lifestyle, we have the popular Nationwide Arena District, the eclectic Short North, and the beautiful Scioto Riverfront. Of course, no description of Columbus would be complete without talking about our Ohio State Buckeyes - ranked nationally year after year in all competitive sports. It boasts being the largest single campus in the nation with over 52,000 students.

As we celebrated Columbus' 200th Anniversary in 2012, Columbus is in the process of working towards the goal of making it the best place in the nation to live, work and play. Come and discover all there is to know about Columbus, OH!

Columbus Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 81 homes for sale in Columbus, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
62% Single Family, 32% Condo, 1% Rental and 5% Other.

62% Single Family
32% Condo
5% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 80
Average Home Size 1,892 ft² / 176 m²
Price Range ($16 - $1,300,000)

Weather in Columbus

The average high temperatures in Columbus range from 37 in January to 85 in July

Average home income in Columbus

The average household income of a Columbus resident is $62,593 with an average home value of $169,013

Population of Columbus

Columbus has 798,112 residents.

Home ownership in Columbus

The average level of home ownership in Columbus is 48%.

Education breakdown of Columbus

Education levels of residents of Columbus include: highschool 28%, associate 6%, bachelor 20%, graduate 13%.

Households in Columbus

Columbus has 334,963 homes, built on average 52 years ago.

Information from in and around Columbus...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 80 homes for sale in Columbus. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Condo, Rental and Other. The average list price of these property results is 315,216. Prices are listed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Columbus please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 81 homes for sale in Columbus, OH are represented by 4 member brokerages serving the Columbus area. Member brokerages representing the 81 homes include Cutler Real Estate - Columbus, Howard Hanna Real Estate Services (PA-NY-WV-MD), CamTaylor Realtors and Haring Realty Inc..