Hot Central Ohio Housing Market Could Be Cooling Off
The overheated real estate market may be cooling off. Inventory is slowly rising and the number of homes with price reductions is up.
Make no mistake, it is still a sellers’ market. But buyers long frustrated by too few houses and over-the-top prices have a glimmer of hope.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, real estate experts weigh in on the latest trends in central Ohio.
- Jim Weiker, real estate reporter for The Columbus Dispatch
- Todd Helpbringer, president of Helpbringer Mortgage Service Co.
- Robert Vogt, principal and partner with the real estate market research firm of Vogt Strategic Insights
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