Columbus, Ohio


Quality of Life.

Columbus is a great city and if you’re  considering making it your new home you have much to  look forward to! Residents of Columbus have much to say about the quality of life and opportunities available in Central Ohio.  Ours is a city steeped in history and culture and is composed of a diverse population that is rich in family and community connectedness. Covering 210 square miles, Columbus is not only the capitol, but the heart of Ohio.  It provides a thriving economic and employment base; exceptional public school systems and institutions of higher education. It  is home to nationally known collegiate and professional athletic teams; boasts thousands of acres of recreational land and waterways; and offers one of the most diverse, yet affordable, housing markets in the Midwest.

Great Econoomy.

The strong economic base in Columbus has driven the growth and development of this great city. Currently ranked the 15th largest city in the U.S., Columbus has over 733,000 residents. In addition to the expansive educational and employment opportunities provided by The Ohio State University and 18 other local institutes of higher education, Columbus is also home to a multitude of companies in the banking, insurance, technology, healthcare, retail and food service industries. Several companies that call Columbus home include: JP Morgan Chase, Huntington Bank, Discover Financial Services, Nationwide, Battelle, Abbott Laboratories & Ross Products, Cardinal Health, OhioHealth, Columbus Children’s Hospital, Mt. Carmel Health Systems, American Electric Power, Honda of America Manufacturing, NetJets, Limited Brands, Abercrombie & Fitch, Big Lots and Wendy’s International.

Lots To Do.

Even with a strong work ethic, residents of Columbus have not forgotten how to enjoy life! With so much to experience around Columbus, there is something for everyone, no matter your age  or walk of life. If you enjoy professional sports, Columbus is home to a National Hockey League franchise, the Columbus Blue Jackets; a Major League Soccer team, the Columbus Crew; a Minor League Baseball Team, the Columbus Clippers; the PGA Memorial Tournament at Jack Nicklaus’ Muirfield Village Golf Club; and the infamous Ohio State University athletic program. If something more natural peaks your interest, Columbus has 17 Metro Parks covering over 23,000 acres and 4 major water reservoirs – Alum Creek, Hoover Dam, Griggs Reservoir & O’Shaughnessy Dam. You can also take in a show at one of three performing arts theatres or see a traveling exhibit at the Columbus Museum of Art, Franklin Park Conservatory or the Center of Science and Industry (COSI). If shopping, dining or spirits are more your style, you can spend the day at the nationally renowned Easton Town Center or Polaris Fashion Place, or traverse the trendy and eclectic mix of shops and ale houses in the Short North, German Village, Brewery District or the revitalized Arena District.

If you are new to the Columbus area or are considering making our city your new home, please give us a call! My team and I are eager to assist you with your housing needs. We understand the stress, as well as the excitement, that you and your family may experience in moving to a new city and are here to help make your transition a smooth and comfortable one.  Here you will find general information on some of  our city’s neighborhoods and communities including;  New Albany, Dublin, Powell,  Delaware, Gahanna and Blacklick and others. Also, feel free to contact us so we may assist you  search available homes in  our area, learn about our Luxury Homes Services, request a free relocation package, or choose from a selection of other resources designed specifically to meet your needs. Please call us at 614.332.6984, or send us an  email  and  let us know how we can be of assistance!

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