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02/13/2017

BIA CondoQuest offers numerous options for condo buyers

The BIA of Central Ohio announced today its annual Home & CondoQuest will take place on Saturday & Sunday April 22-23 and 29-30, noon to 5 p.m. and on Friday, April 21 from 5 to 8 p.m.  The free open house event gives prospective buyers the chance to scope out the area’s best selection of new condos and patio homes in neighborhoods all across central Ohio.  CondoQuest is free to the public. Prices for condos featured on the tour will offer something for buyers in every price range.  Properties presented may be available for purchase or rent.

“CondoQuest takes buyers inside a widly diverse collection of brand new condos and patio homes, giving them the unique opportunity to visit dozens of properties in every price range in just about every community,” said BIA of Central Ohio Executive Director Jim Hilz. “First-time buyers, busy professionals, families, and empty nesters love the chance to see so many newly constructed condos in a pressure-free environment over the two biggest weekends for sales.”

CondoQuest attendees can experience many unique and functional floor plans, including first-floor owners' suites, gourmet kitchens and finished lower levels in some of the area’s most popular neighborhoods and school districts. Many of the condos are in communities that offer the most desirable amenities, such as walking paths, clubhouses, fitness centers, swimming pools and more.

The BIA has a user-friendly website for CondoQuest attendees. The site will allow users to view all of the condos participating in this year’s event. A map with search criteria helps pinpoint properties that will suit particular needs. Visitors are invited to check out biacondoquest.com starting March 15 to begin planning their CondoQuest weekend. Users will also find information about the BIA’s CondoQuest mobile app which features a GPS system, allowing attendees to easily navigate between properties.

“The BIA is excited about this year’s event and partnership with our builders,” Hilz said. “It’s a great time to buy a new condo, and we have a fantastic and diverse selection of new properties for attendees to tour.”

Since 1943, the Building Industry Association of Central Ohio (BIA) has represented single- and multi-family homebuilders, developers, remodelers, building industry suppliers and related professionals. The BIA fosters regional economic development, creating a healthy environment for new homeownership and home improvement. More information is available at BIAHomeBuilders.com.