Say, “Good Day!” to the little town of Groveport Ohio. We have a few listings in town and we’d like to show them to you and get to know you and your family.
Ryan’s team understands how important it is to have a real estate team that does it right – every time. We start our process by getting to know you and your real estate goals. If you’re trying to decide where to seek financing, or if you don’t know if you’re ready to sell, our team can share information that will help you make an informed decision.
If each journey begins with a single step, you owe it to yourself to walk directly to The Grover Group to start you down the right path toward a successful sale – or a powerful purchase experience.
Ohio Needs More Realtors Like This
Not all realtors are created equal. Many of our clients come to us having had a bad first real estate experience. Sometimes inexperienced real estate agents give bad advice. If you’ve dealt with an agent who has poor follow through or if you’re frustrated with how long your home has been on the market, consider The Grover Group. We specialize in a personalized, dedicated approach that takes this work to a different level. Our clients can tell the story of how their bad experience turned positive when they began working with our team. These clients are really our best marketing tools – they are our ambassadors and friends in the market, telling others about their experience and spreading the word about our good work.
Give us a chance. See how we’re different.
History: Today, Groveport is a quiet, peaceful residential community, but in 1846 the community of Wert’s Grove (settled by Jacob Wert) was in a feud with Rarey’s Port (settled by Will Rarey). The battle was mediated into a merger of the two communities, forming Groveport, Ohio. Groveport really started to bustle when the Ohio Canal came through in 1831. By 2015 the community was booming with industrial parks and an airfield.
Population: Around 56,000
Quality of Life: The median household income is around $59,000 and the average home is worth about $140,000
Schools: Groveport Madison School District.
Taxes: Lower than the average Columbus suburb.
Going to Groveport, Ohio: Motts Military Museum is rich with American military history including a large display of artifacts from the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. The Groveport Aquatic Center is an absolute summer must. The community has a decent golf course, too, as well as a wonderful Community Rec Center with a climbing rock wall.
Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.