Scroll down to find Ohio foreclosure listings of foreclosure homes for sale. Our Ohio homes for sale database will also include listings of bank owned homes, short sales, sheriff sales and pre-foreclosures. All our Ohio foreclosure listings are pre-screened for accuracy by our team of professionals on a daily basis. All of our foreclosed properties for sale will also include the contact information, number of bedrooms and baths, square footage and price.
Ohio's most notable cities include: Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Akron and Toledo. Besides cities, Ohio's major counties include: Franklin County (with a population of over 1 million people), Wayne County, Hamilton County and Allen County. Columbus features a lively metropolitan area and is full of exciting events, peaceful suburban streets and a lively shopping district in the city's central region. The shopping district includes areas such as the Short North Arts District, a number of outlets at Jeffersonville and the North Market, providing an exciting array of places to explore. Any young family looking to relocate to an exciting area full of rich culture would benefit greatly from the purchase of a foreclosure home in any of Ohio's great cities.
Besides its rich cultural life, the state's economy is also highly valued due to it's prominent industrial sector, which generates a great amount revenue on an annual basis. Ohio's manufacturing industry is widely recognized as one of America's most productive and profitable, with its main focus being the transport sector. Parts, models and equipment are all manufactured across Ohio, with cars and trucks being the most commonly produced types of vehicles. Ohio also has a very strong presence in the mining industry, producing materials such as clay, salt, sand, and gravel and, most importantly, coal. The most common services in the service industry are that of law firms, private health care centers, hotels and insurance companies, just to name a few.
Ohio's housing market is currently experiencing a notable drop in prices across many of the state's major cities. In Columbus, the median listing price for homes sits at an average of $109,900, with a percentile drop of 8.4 percent in comparison to last year. Ohio home foreclosures account for a large portion of households sold in Columbus, with a resale rate of just below 40 percent, attributing to more than a quarter of all homes sold in the city. Similar trends are prevalent in Cincinnati; the city's average listing price sits at around $107,000, which is a drop of about 1.4 percent from last year. In fact, foreclosures in Cincinnati account for about three percent of all Ohio home sales.