Exclusive Buyer's Broker


Andrew Show has spent 19 years in the real estate business as an Exclusive Buyer Agent, and eight more as a homeowner, investor and rehabber. A broker-member of the Columbus Board of Realtors, he has served as Chair of the Professional Standards, Residential Membership, and Standard Forms Committees.  He is currently serving on Professional Standards, Standard Forms, and the Technology Users Committees. He has also served on the Builder, Communications, Affordable Housing and Grievance Committees. 

He is Past President of the National Association of Exclusive Buyer‘s Agents (2003-04), and has spoken on topics related to real estate contracts, negotiation, technology, and agency law issues at NAEBA conferences around the country. Mr. Show has also testified before the Ohio House and Ohio Senate on Real Estate agency and legal issues. 

Former Columbus Mayor Greg Lashutka appointed Mr. Show in 1995 to a panel tasked with the creation and development of The Rocky Fork-Blacklick Accord Plan, a nationally recognized joint land use and development plan between Columbus and New Albany. Once the panel‘s work was completed in 1997, Lashutka appointed Mr. Show again to The Rocky Fork Blacklick Accord Implementation Panel where he was elected as the Accord Panel‘s first co-chair. Mr. Show was re-appointed to the post by Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman in 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005 and 2007. He continues to serve as The Accord‘s co-chair and will retire in October 2010 due to term limits. 

In 2007 Andy Show was appointed to the then newly created Smart Growth Coalition which finished it’s report in June of 2008.  The SGC looked at ways to balance, develop and sustain commercial and residential interests as well as fostering more green open space, parks, trails and recreational opportunities. 

From time to time Andy Show has been interviewed by the local media, appearing on TV and in local and national electronic media, newspapers and magazines. He also participated in local radio call-in programs on real estate matters. 



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