Note 3-11-13: This remains one of my most popular posts because people are looking for contacts regarding Lot Links. If you want to talk directly the City of Dayton about the Lot Links program, please call (937)333-3775> Note 5-24-2010: This post was first published on December 4 2008, and the information remains the same, however, I’ve […]
My experience as a Realtor, working with home buyers in Dayton Ohio is that they want to live in Dayton, they want housing alternatives like modern homes at a variety of price points. They want alternatives to cars as transportation. They want to live close to work, and to play. As a lifelong Daytonian, I’m excited about this plan as it addresses many of the issues that keep people from moving to Dayton, and adds more of what brings people into Dayton.
Always looking for ways to use landscaping to increase value in our home, I came across this article from Scotland. Police and the horticultural society in Scotland have joined together to create a list of plants that can be used to deter burglaries. It’s called a “secure by design” initiative and it makes sense to […]
This Beavercreek Ohio real estate market report is for March, representing homes with a selling price of $150,000 and above. This represents single family residences only including the subdivisions of: Fawn Ridge, Country Acres, Hunters Pointe, Royal Pointe, Farmbrook Estates, Tara Estates, Summerfield, Stone Falls, Hickory Hollow, and Stonehill Village.
If you are looking for a home in Tipp City, or one of the specific subdivision of Sycamore Woods, Cottonwood Creek, Hampton Woods, Spring Hill, Hunters Ridge, and the downtown Tipp City Historic District, we are eager to share all the tools you’ll need to help you find that perfect home.
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This Tipp City real estate market report is for March, representing homes with a selling price of $150,000 and above. This represents single family residences only, including the Tipp City subdivisions of Sycamore Woods, Cottonwood Creek, Hampton Woods, Spring Hill, Hunters Ridge, and the downtown Tipp City Historic District.