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Donald S Nance CoFixler Realty Group- Inc.
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Ohio is a state of the north-central United States in the Great Lakes region. Ohio was incorporated as the 17th state in 1803. In prehistoric times the region was inhabited by Mound Builders, which was first explored by La Salle in 1669. The French-British rivalry for control of the area followed by the French and Indian Wars (17541763), in which the French were defeated. Ohio was under the huge area ceded to the United States by the Treaty of Paris in 1783 and became part of the Old Northwest by the Ordinance of 1787. It became a separate territory in 1799. Columbus is the capital and Cleveland is the largest city. Population estimated as: 11,400,000.

Cleveland: Real Estate: The market of real estate in Cleveland is currently "soft" but homes are still getting sold. Presently in Chesterland the average list price is $332,297-med price $250,000. Mayfield Hight has average list price of $180,556 and median price of $160,000. Cleveland Hts. average list is $179,368, med $142,000 and average selling is $150,000. The market is favoring the customers as the sellers are selling out the homes at concessions asked by buyers.

Columbus: Real Estate: The Central Ohio housing market is slightly lowered or slowed down over the past year. The listing has been increased and the active buyers are considerably reduced that led to increase in market time and considerable decrease in overall property value. There are certain segments of the local market which are continuously experiencing some appreciation gains over this period, but the local trend has been downward during 2006. many of them considered these trends as short term and positive price appreciation is expected to comeback in the further year based on the fore-casted model of the area. According to the Columbus Board of Realtors the inventory remains 15% higher than the last year.

Available ZIP Codes: 43210, 43214, 43229, 43201, 43215, 43228, 43235, 43224, 43209, 43219

 

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