Looking at real estate market reports can let us see trends for a particular area. People selling a home in a particular area can see what price they might be able to reasonably expect, and home buyers can gauge what they might offer. The reports that you can find here on a regular basis are for the following areas: Beavercreek, Historic Districts in Dayton, Englewood, Fairborn, Huber Heights, Kettering, and Tipp City.
Sellers do not want to give their properties away so when listing a property, even in this market, you can price it well, and still to sell. To that end, I’m very proud of the fact that I got this sold for the highest price of any Valle Greene condos in 2010. 630 Hidden Valley […]
There are some very interesting things happening in Detroit these days- positive things, a new energy is emerging from the ruins. You can read more about that and the possible implications for Dayton in my latest DaytonMostMetro.com post. An excerpt: A couple of decades ago our cities were built from the top down. Industry […]
For most homeowners in Dayton Ohio who find themselves unable to continue to pay their mortgage, a short sale is one alternative to a traditional sale that they will want to consider, and short sales reach across all price points for real estate, so if you have an upscale or luxury home, you are hardly alone. If you have any questions about selling your Dayton home through a short sale, doesn’t it make sense to at least talk to a Realtor about your options? Call Teri Lussier, Exit Realty Central, 937-478-7781 to hear more about how this alternative might be able to help get you what you want in the time you want it.
630 Hidden Valley Ct has sold.
The Dayton Area Board of Realtors has published the June 2010 Dayton Real Estate Market Report. This is for all areas served by the Dayton Area Board of Realtors, including Montgomery, Greene, Clark, Miami, Warren, Preble, Darke counties in Ohio, and may contain real estate transactions for Logan, Shelby, and other counties. This is an […]
The Ohio Historic Preservation Office thinks they might be. If you are a long time reader, you probably know that I’m a fan of Mid Century Modern architecture. Even if you aren’t a long time reader, the name of the site- The Brick Ranch, could have tipped you off. I’ve been writing about the marvelous […]
If you are considering renting your home on a land contract or a lease-to-own, this is a good time for that. We are likely to see more creative financing options than we have in the past 10 or 15 years and that’s not such a bad situation.