Continuing in a similar manner as most of 2016, single-family and condominium sales prices reported by the Dayton Area Board of Realtors Multiple Listing Service in November ticked up. November’s activity generated a dollar volume of $179 million, an incredible increase of over 39 percent versus last November. This translated to an average sale price of $149,014 and a median price of $126,900. These figures were both up over nine percent compared to November 2015.
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Happy New Year from all of us at Coldwell Banker Heritage! It’s no secret that we love Dayton and all it has to offer. That’s why we can’t wait to celebrate the New Year in some of the coolest places around. Check out this list of a few of the fun events occurring in and around Dayton this New Year's Eve. New Year’s Eve Bash at Scene 75 Looking for an active outing on New Year’s Eve? Scene 75 is your place to go! From 9pm-2am, they will have prizes, music, fun and a... read more
I hope everyone is having a great holiday season so far! As the big day draws closer and closer, I thought I would share with you some quick last minute tips on how to make your house look festive for the holidays (without breaking the bank), and hosting tips for a quick and easy impromptu get together with friends. I recently just hosted my friends annual Secret Santa Holiday Party. Although my house is on the smaller side, it’s great to fill it with friends around the holidays to give ... read more
We’ve all heard that Summer is the busiest time of year for Real Estate companies. With this season comes lush green yards, making homes more attractive on the market, and school holidays, making moves more convenient for families with kids. For folks changing jobs, the larger housing inventory also makes this season ripe for relocation. Many people, however, don’t realize just how beneficial winter can be for sellers. According to the Redfin real estate company, homes listed in the wint... read more
Single-family and condominium sales reported by the Dayton Area Board of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service reached a sales volume of $198 million in October, surging 24 percent compared to the sales volume that occurred during the same month in 2015. In nearly every major category, in fact, October posted stronger numbers than in 2015. The 1,325 sales for the month were nine percent higher, the median price ($124,900) was almost seven percent higher, and the average price ($150,013) posted an imp... read more