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

9/9/2019

Catylist’s Commercial CIE Network Is Taking Off!

As we end third quarter 2019, Columbus REALTORS® is excited to share that we’ve been collaborating with the other REALTOR® associations across Ohio to maximize what is now a statewide network of commercial information exchanges. As of this week, every metro area in Ohio has officially become part of Catylist. 

3/28/2019

COCIE renews with Catylist

The Central Ohio Commercial Information Exchange (COCIE) renewed its partnership with Catylist, the leading commercial real estate technology provider.

3/6/2015

2014 Commercial Real Estate Award Honorees Announced

Columbus REALTORS® held its seventh annual Commercial Awards Banquet last night with more than 180 commercial movers and shakers, supporters and leadership on hand to applaud the outstanding accomplishments of our 2014 honorees.

Columbus REALTORS® c-notes July 22, 2014
7/22/2014

Columbus REALTORS® c-notes July 22, 2014

Franklin County seeks your input on federal spending priorities, Looking for commercial leaders, Commercial real estate sales rise 11 percent in 1st quarter, Franklin County Commissioners retail report shows strong growth, Packing properties for profit, Will retail break free from the web, Bowling with the PAC, Construction jobs building in Columbus and more.

11/18/2013

Commercial Retail Market Report 3Q2013 - Central Ohio

The commercial retail market in central Ohio has seen increased activity this summer as a result of falling vacancies as retail space is absorbed. Over 200,000 SF of retail space was leased during the third quarter alone