Columbus, OH HUD Housing and Foreclosure Homes

10-08-2020

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2 br

2 ba

1036 sqft

Condo

Foreclosure

$101,900

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10-08-2020

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2 br

1.1 ba

1036 sqft

Condo

Foreclosure

$101,900

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10-07-2020

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2 br

1 ba

864 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$42,500

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09-30-2020

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2 br

1 ba

1060 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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06-08-2020

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3 br

1 ba

1206 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$12,000

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05-15-2020

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5 br

3 ba

2526 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$499,900

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04-29-2020

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2 br

2 ba

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$126,000

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10-07-2020

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3 br

2 ba

1010 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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10-05-2020

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3 br

1 ba

960 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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10-05-2020

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4 br

1.5 ba

1849 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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10-05-2020

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3 br

1 ba

772 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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10-05-2020

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Single-Family

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10-05-2020

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3 br

2 ba

1434 sqft

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Columbus Day Weekend sales: Prices slashed on home, outdoor and fashion items

Columbus Day, a federal holiday, and Indigenous Peoples Day are Monday, Oct. 12, and retailers once again see this long holiday weekend as a time for sales.

Online home retailer Wayfair is slashing up to 70% off on select items during a clearance event. Bedroom furniture starts at $99, bedding sets at $39.99 and storage solutions at $19.99.

Kitchen and dining furniture and ceiling and wall lights are up to 50% off, living room seating and wall art are up to 60% off and area rugs are up to 70% off.

Save up to 50% on outdoor furniture and up to 55% on TV stands, living room tables and bathroom upgrades.

See more sales on kids furniture, entryway furniture, table and floor lamps, kitchen essentials as well as small electronics and appliances.

If you’re already shopping, here are highlights:

  • Coach Outlet is offering up to 70% off sitewide At Coach,
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Many Retailers, From Belk To Home Depot, Retire The Annual Columbus Day Sale

It seems as though the annual Columbus Day Sales promotion has finally run its course. Retailers have largely abandoned the event. Once a profit generator for department stores and downtown shopping districts, the Columbus Day Sale has become a liability.

The depiction of an explorer who enslaved and brutalized native inhabitants of the West Indies brought Columbus front and center during recent demonstrations. Many no longer celebrate Columbus as a skilled navigator and the discoverer of America.

The controversy behind Columbus Day is nothing new and has been brewing for several decades. But after a year that included calls for social reform, the removal of statues and monuments, and retail sales declines and closures, 2020 became the year to retire the Columbus Day Sale.

Last

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Columbus, OH Condos – Condos for Sale in Columbus, OH

There are currently 360 condos for sale in Columbus at a median listing price of $200K. Some of these homes are “Hot Homes,” meaning they’re likely to sell quickly. Most homes for sale in Columbus stay on the market for 33 days and receive 1 offers. Popular neighborhoods include Blacklick, Italian Village, Grandview Heights, Harrison West, Victorian Village, Northwest Columbus, Short North, Olde Towne East, German Village, Weinland Park, Brewery District, Merion Village, Clintonville, Galloway Ridge, and North Linden. This map is refreshed with the newest listings in Columbus every 15 minutes.

In the past month, 1509 homes have been sold in Columbus. In addition to houses in Columbus, there were also 914 condos, 1 townhouse, and 149 multi-family units for sale in Columbus last month. Columbus is a minimally walkable city in Ohio with

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Columbus home prices jump $30,000 in August

Jim Weiker
 
| The Columbus Dispatch

Central Ohio home prices jumped $30,000 in August compared to last year, reflecting the skyrocketing prices seen since the coronavirus outbreak began.

The median sale price of a Columbus-area home in August was $243,000, up almost 14% from $213,500 a year ago, according to figures released Tuesday by the Columbus Realtors trade group.

The August leap continues the dramatic hike in Columbus home prices this summer. Instead of stifling the housing market, the coronavirus has fueled it, as stay-at-home workers and families look to improve their digs.

Eager buyers pushed up central Ohio home sales 4.7% from a year ago, to the highest level ever seen in August. Nationally, sales jumped 2.4% to the highest level since 2006.

More buyers chased fewer homes. At the end of August, 2,748 homes were for sale in central Ohio — half the number available last August. Homes

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