Heath, Ohio is a suburb of Columbus, and if you’re looking for a safe rural community with small town values, this village is the living embodiment of clean, wholesome community living. Our real estate team can help you list your property and sell it quickly in this community.
Why Choose Us
We poll our clients to find out what they experienced when partnering with The Grover Group to list or find a new property. Some client praise our focus on addressing any issues that come up during the process; others mention our team’s resourcefulness, winning attitude, and passion for accomplishing goals. Very few agencies have the kind of word of mouth reputation we have.
Call us for the best:
- Home sales advice
- Honest recommendations on listing price
- First time buying assistance
- MLS community-specific listings
- Advice and support based on market-specific knowledge and experience
What’s it like to live in Heath, Ohio
History: The Village of Heath was first incorporated in 1952 and the population has historically increased in each succeeding year. The Hopewell Indians first settled the region and you can still visit their burial mounds in historic sites in the area.
Population: Nearly 11,000 residents with the population increasing annually in 20% increments.
Quality of Life: The median household income in Heath is roughly $44,000, slightly less than the Ohio average. The median home sale price continues to rise; it currently hovers around $130,000 for a single family home. This is a low crime community with a decent cost of living and good schools. It boasts the counties only indoor shopping mall, the Indian Mound Mall, which is an employer of choice for after school teens. It’s the third largest municipality in the country and hosts Newark Air Force Base, a major employer. There is a surprising amount of business and industry in the village, from American Electric Power to the Englefield Oil Company headquarters, Kaiser Aluminum, Lowes and Bionetics, a metrology calibration company.
Schools: Heath City Schools has four primary facilities. There are also two private religious-based schools.
Taxes: The municipal income taxes remain low, at 1.5%, making this community a smart investment with a high rate of return. The cost of living is around 10% lower than the U.S. median.
Heath — A Great Place to Come Home To: For a small town, Heath has a high number of parks and recreational facilities. Right around the corner is a fun outdoor concert venue, Legend Valley, where you can take in everything from rave electronic music to bluegrass. If you have a daughter, you must take her to the Princess Garden Party at the Davis-Shai House. Ryan is also looking forward to Heath’s 2nd annual Oktoberfest in 2016.
Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.