When clients want to look at flipped homes in Dayton, I have to give them my Flipped Home Speech, which goes something like this: “The seller flipped this home quickly and often this means they concentrated on big impact cosmetics, but don’t be wowed by that. They may not have done anything to the mechanics, or the mechanics may not have been done well, in other words, you still may have a lot of work to do, and the work that was done might be problematic…”
Archives for February 2012
ArtStreet, UD’s arts complex, and Spectrum, the University of Dayton’s gay-straight alliance, will host its first LGBT Short Film Festival on Friday, February 24, 2012, at 9 p.m. The films include “Door Prize,” “Nothing Happened,” “I Don’t Want to Go Back Alone” and “The Rubi Girls.”
The Welcome Home Grant is an Affordable Housing Program (AHP) that helps low- and moderate-income home buyers with down payment and/or closing cost assistance. Home buyers must meet eligibility requirements, and all funds are dispersed on a first come- first served basis, Funds will be made available beginning March 1, 2012 and last year they went within months.
The Dayton arts community is vibrant and rich but still, it’s tough times for everyone. What’s a arts organization to do? Well if you are the Dayton Philharmonic, the Dayton Opera, and the Dayton Ballet, you sit down together to figure out a way to support each other. This week it was announced that the three stalwarts of performing arts in Dayton have joined to create the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance.