Here are the Central Ohio housing markets with the biggest gains in 2019


That crisp chill in the air means the summer buying season is definitely over, but home sellers in some Columbus neighborhoods still have plenty to celebrate from a year that's brought a continued uptick in housing prices.

Questions linger about when the market will turn. But as of the end of September, the region's year-to-date median sales price of $210,000 was 7.7% higher than it was at the end of the first nine months of 2018, according to data from Columbus Realtors.

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