Archives November 2022

Boyce Becomes OCREE President

Toby E. Boyce is to become the Ohio Commercial Real Estate Exchangors President during its annual Holiday party on December 8 at York Golf Club in Columbus, Ohio.

Toby Boyce

Ohio Commercial Real Estate Exchangors, or OCREE, is a commercially-focused real-estate exchange group that facilitates transfer of real property through like-kind exchanges and the like. OCREE dates back to 1959 when Larry Horn served as the organization’s first president.

Boyce is a real estate consultant with Coldwell Banker Realty and has been licensed since 2006. He holds several real estate designations and is a licensed broker in the state of Ohio. Boyce is a native of Danville, Ohio, and earned his Bachelor’s Degree from University of Mount Union and Master’s Degree from Heidelberg University.

Boyce has been married to Gretchen for 19 years and the couple have one daughter, Olivia, 6.

OCREE meetings are held the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 8:30 a.m. The events are held at York Golf Club in Columbus, Ohio.

Sunbury Building Transfers This Week Commercial Transfer of the Week takes us to Sunbury, Ohio, this week.

Morning Street Sunbury Ohio
This Sunbury building sold this past week for $320,000.

The 1/3-acre lot is situated near where Morning Street dead ends. The lot does have a 720-square-foot warehouse building on it.

148 S Vernon LLC purchased the property for $320,000 from Centerburg-based Fuller & Borton Investments Inc. which had owned the property in some form since 1992.

Have you considered purchasing or selling commercial real estate?

Contact Toby Boyce and the TheExchangors for amazing representation by phone/text at (419) 618-8629 or email at

I-71 Property Changes Hand For 14+ Million This Week

SOLD Commercial Real Estate

This week’s property transfer of the week is a parcel of land on Worthington Road in Westerville, Ohio.

9200 Worthington Road in Westerville, Ohio.

The 1.08-acre piece of land includes a portion of 9200 Worthington Road and is visible from I-71 at the Polaris Parkway exit. The building is located due south of the Polaris Grill in the sliver between Polaris, Worthington, and I-71. 9200 Worthington Holdings purchased the piece of land for $14,750,000.