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ERA Real Solutions Realty- ERA Real Solutions Realty strives to offer the people with whom we work everything they need to be happy in their investments. Resident satisfaction is our top priority. We offer convenient onlin... View full company profile
Real Property Management Midwest- Real Property Management Midwest (RPM) Is the #1 leasing and professional property management company in the region, with offices in Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky, Dayton and Columbus Ohio View full company profile
Columbus, OH 43219
Northpoint Asset Management (Property Management)- An Inc. 5000 Business! Single Family Homes & Condos & Apartments professional PROPERTY MANAGEMENT company with office locations throughout the United States; providing quality services for over a... View full company profile
Westerville, OH 43082
RL Property Management- Expert property management for your multifamily property located in central Ohio. View full company profile
Columbus, OH 43205
PMI Scioto Metro- We make association management manageable! Our commitment to you is to deliver on our brand promise: effective communication, honesty & integrity, accurate accounting, and availability of the man... View full company profile
Columbus, OH 43215
Elite Management Services- Elite Management Group offers association management solutions to residential and commercial properties in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and West Virginia. We are a full service association management ... View full company profile
Columbus Management Companies
If you have experience as a landlord or community board member, you've learned the centrality of staying on top of the day-to-day tasks for the prolonged health and prosperity of your property or community. To free up their own time many Columbus, OH landlords and HOA boards hire a full-time property manager for assistance. We hope the list of Columbus, OH property managers below can aid your research and help you make an wise determination about who to hire.
In case you're interested, here are some questions to ask when talking to a property manager. Provided you haven't seen what the usual management agreement looks like, you might look over our article on property management contracts. Manage My Property's goal is to give landowners the resources and tools you need to decide wisely about joining with a property manager. Hopefully the resources on this site prove to be useful!
Housing Market Stats
|Median Home Value||$164,900||$134,400||$192,400|
|Owner Costs > 30% Income||17.9%||15.1%||14.7%|
|Gross Rent > 30% Income||19.3%||18.9%||19.2%|
Columbus, OH Housing Market Stats
As of 2008, the rental vacancy rate in Columbus, OH stood at 12%, relatively high compared to the rest of the country. There are about 772,287 housing units, averaging $164,900 in value, 35% of which are occupied by renters. The rent to price ratio in Columbus, OH is 0.4%, slightly lower than the Ohio average. For 19% of Columbus, OH tenants, 30% or more of their income goes to paying rent.
|Avg Commute Time (minutes)||22.9||21.5||25.3|
|Avg Household Size - Owners||2.62||2.55||2.7|
|Avg Household Size - Renters||2.25||2.16||2.42|
|Median Household Income||$53,890||$45,658||$52,175|
|Per Capita Income||$28,178||$25,356||$27,466|
Columbus Demographic Info
Columbus has a population of 1,752,870, comprised of 684,584 households, with on average 2 members per household. Out of approximately 935,710 people in the civilian workforce, 879,803 (94%) were employed in 2008. 89% of the population 25 and older has earned a high school diploma, with 32% holding a 4 year college degree.
Columbus Community Info
A city nationally regarded for its local government contributions to the arts, Columbus, Ohio distributes roughly $2 million per year to support the city’s cultural industry. Residents of Columbus have access to hundreds of theatrical performances put on annually by the city’s local theatres, including the famous Ohio Theatre, the Southern Theatre, and the Palace Theatre. The Columbus Museum of Art, as well as the numerous smaller galleries that exist throughout the city, gives residents the ability to view several permanent and temporary installations of the city’s diverse collection of artwork, done by both local and international artists. Music venues are plentiful, with the most renowned being the Newport Music Hall, Veterans Memorial Auditorium, the LC Pavilion, the Jerome Schottenstein Center, and the Nationwide Arena.
Because Columbus enjoys warm summers, the residents of the city can enjoy outdoor recreational activities, which are facilitated by the more than 165 city parks within the city proper, several of which offer sports programs for all ages. The three lakes and two large rivers in the city make Columbus a good location for sailing, fishing, water skiing, and boating. There are a number of professional and college sports teams in Columbus for the city’s sports enthusiasts. Major colleges and universities in the area include Ohio State University, Columbus State Community College, and Capital University. The educational statistics are strong in Columbus: of the population who are 25 years of age or more, about 84% hold at least a high school degree, and 29% hold a bachelor’s degree or higher.
As the state capital, Columbus has become a major center for the government, trade, service, and manufacturing industries. The United States government is currently the third largest employer in Columbus. The median household income in the city is roughly $44,000 annually. Current Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman is committed to further improving the quality of life of the city’s residents through economic programs such as the Mile on High program, which hopefully will create a more vibrant business district in the city’s downtown area.
Automobile traffic into and out of the city takes place through I-70 and I-71. Within the city, residents have the option of using the city’s public transportation system, which happens via buses that are managed by the COTA. The Port Columbus International Airport controls the bulk of the city’s air traffic. Because the terrain in Columbus is relatively flat, bicycling has increased in popularity amongst the city’s residents.