Etna, Ohio is the little town that could. We have listings in Etna that may interest you; it’s a quaint community that is off the beaten track but close to everything. This is a quiet farming town in the country, so if you’re looking for a place with low crime and quiet evenings, this could be your home.
Our top buying and selling tips for the Etna market includes:
- Always get a preapproval letter; it speeds up the buying process.
- If you’re selling, stage your home so it shows well
We can help you through the process whether you’re purchasing a new home or selling your old one. You can ask us questions including:
- How to negotiate the sale price.
- What are the “hidden costs” that are actually standard at closing.
- What is the value of a home warranty.
History: Etna is located in the southwestern corner of Licking County Ohio. The town was settled in 1833 and named after a famous volcano is Sicily. This is a rural community with a handful of local business developments. There are two Native American mounds located within the township.
Population: Slightly exceeding 16,000.
Living in Etna: Average income is $55,000 and the average home sells for about $176,000.
Schools: The Southwest Licking Local School District.
What’s Going on in Etna, Ohio: The best way to see the lovely farmlands and woods that make up a large portion of Etna Township is from the air. For the adventurous explorer we recommend Balloon Masters. Taking a hot air balloon ride on a Sunday afternoon might just be the fun adventure your family was looking for!
Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.