It’s a hot and sunny Saturday morning as I locked my car and headed down Monument Ave. towards the Dayton Dragons Stadium. Today was the Coldwell Banker Heritage Realtors Habitat for Humanity Home Build day. Agents from the Coldwell Banker offices across the Greater Dayton Area had gathered at the Fifth Third Field Plaza to begin the day’s work. As I began settling in and preparing my camera for today’s shoot, I could hear Ron Sweeny, Managing Partner deliver safety information to the eager agents... read more
This year Coldwell Banker Heritage is celebrating 50 wonderful years as a company. A few weeks ago, everyone gathered at Polen Farms to enjoy amazing music, fun conversation and delicious food. Gem, from the Dayton Dragons, also made an appearance being her ever so sassy self. She got the kids dancing and energized the crowd! The bounce house was filled with laughter of all ages, even the adults were joining in. The photo booth was full of fun hats and gadgets to make the evening more memorable.
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Coldwell Banker has been in partnership with Adopt-A-Pet foundation for the past two years, finding over 20,000 homes for our cute little furry friends. This year is no different, they both renew their partnership in hopes to unite more dogs because everyone deserves a loving home. They released their new commercial for 2017; The highest ranked real estate commercial EVER according to AceMetrics. And did we mention it outperforms EVERY 2017 Superbowl commercial in likeability?!Watch it for yourselves and ... read more
Today nearly 1/4 of US homeowners live in a smart home and, in just 5 years, that number is expected to double. If you haven’t bought into smart technology, you’re rapidly becoming the minority. The smart home offers luxury and convenience to homes (and not to mention something to show off to all of your friends at parties-this stuff is seriously cool), but as homes get smarter and cooler, the people living in them have to get smarter-and safer.
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Sales of single-family and condominium units reported by the Dayton Area Board of REALTORS® in February saw gains in all main statistical categories. 855 sales were reported to the Multiple Listing Service in February, an almost seven percent increase over the 801 single-family and condominium sales reported in February 2016. February’s average sales price totaled $142,443, exceeding last year’s monthly figure by fifteen percent. Meanwhile, the median price saw a larger percentage ... read more