Fewer existing homes were sold in central Ohio in October as compared with the same month last year.
Americans bought fewer existing homes in September than the previous month, held back by higher mortgage rates and rising prices.
Sales of existing homes rose in August in Central Ohio, the state, and the nation. Jim Letizia reports.
Existing home sales rose in central Ohio, the state, and the nation last month.
Sales of existing homes rose last month.
Sales of existing homes rose in April on the local, state, and national levels.
The Columbus Board of Realtors says homebuyers took advantage of low prices to purchase foreclosed homes at a rate of 38 percent during the first quarter.
Realtors say national, state, and local sales of existing homes rose in February.
Sales of existing homes in Central Ohio and the rest of the nation rose in January.
Existing home sales in Central Ohio and statewide rose last month, mirroring a national trend.
The Columbus Board of Realtors says existing home sale rose by nearly 25 percent last month as compared with October 2011.
The Columbus Board of Realtors says nearly 24-hundred homes were sold in August, an increase of more than 12-percent over the same month last year.