Van Buren

Hancock County, Ohio

Van Buren was laid out in 1833 by John Trout and George Ensminger. As you may have guessed, the village was named for (then) incumbent Vice President Martin Van Buren. By 1836, the first school, a log cabin, was constructed and the village officially incorporated in 1866. A sign of progress was completed in 1883 as the Toledo, Columbus & Southern Railroad began operating through the village.

Today, the village is located between North Baltimore, Arcadia and McComb. The Local School District’s K-12 campus covers a large amount of ground on the southern edge of the village where the beloved “Black Knights” are the hometown pride.

Market Stats

New Properties On Market
100% Increase In New Listings
Average Asking Price
$68,650 Decrease In Avg Asking Price
Average Asking Price / Sq. Ft.
$4 Increase In List Price/Sq. Ft.
Average Days On Market
36 Day Decrease In Days On Market
Data as of May 15, 2021. Remaining statistics above are calculated on activity within the period from Mar 01, 2021 to Apr 30, 2021.