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Not All Homes are Selling Quickly

(July 23,  2018 – Columbus, OH)


Central Ohio homes only spent an average of 23 days on the market during the month of June, which is 4 days fewer than May and is now the lowest on record, according to the Columbus REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service.  

“With more buyers than sellers, many homes are selling quickly in today’s market,” said 2018 Columbus REALTORS® President Sara Walsh. “However, not all homes are selling that quickly.”

Residential homes for sale in June show an average market time of 72 days and homes listed between $500,000 and $749,999 have been on the market for an average of 114 days.

The average sales price of a home during the month of June in central Ohio was $244,830, which is 8.7 percent more than June 2017 and the highest on record for any one month. The median sales price was $212,000, up 11.4 percent from a year ago and also a record high.

The average sales price of a home sold year to date (January through June) sold for an average of $226,669, up 6.6 percent from the first half of 2017.The median sales price for the first six months of 2018 was $192,500, up 7.5 percent.  

“It’s important to keep in mind that even though some homes are selling quickly, selling on your own isn’t advisable,” Walsh said. “Having a REALTOR® represent you is most beneficial in today’s complicated market.  Homes sold by REALTORS® sell for approximately 32 percent more.” 

Even with a dip in new listings, inventory increased to 4,912, up 9.9 percent over May, but still down 3.2 percent from last June. This left central Ohio with a 1.8 months supply of inventory at the current sales pace.

“It’s encouraging to see an increase in inventory,” Walsh said. “I hope sellers continue to realize it’s a tremendous time to list a home, because buyers are more than ready!” 

There were 3,338 homes and condos sold in June, which is 9.2 percent more than May, although down 5.1 percent from June 2017.