MEDINA — Medina County is still experiencing a housing boom, with 472 new homes being built last year, the Medina Gazette reports.
It was the highest number of home starts at least five years, the newspaper said. There had been 452 in 2017.
"I just think the economy has been good and interest rates have stayed fairly low for home loans," county chief building inspector Christopher Randles told the Gazette.
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