Our “My Home: The American Dream” contest is an annual essay contest where local students are invited to write about what makes their house a home. Some entries are funny, some evoke tears, and some will leave you speechless with the insight beyond their years. We allow entries to be submitted in a myriad of formats (so it doesn’t have to be JUST an essay!) and this year we received poems, videos, PowerPoint presentations, poster boards, comic strips, and even a handcrafted sculpture or ... read more
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
There are few things that Daytonians love to brag on more than our rich and extensive history. Yes, there are a variety of different factors that make Dayton one of the greatest cities on earth (hello! craft beer, doughnuts, and all things aviation!), but few that hold the same weight as our contributions to American history (lookin' at you, Wright Bothers). Truth is, Dayton has been setting standards since 1796, when the Thompson Party realized that Cincinnati just ain’t all that (sorry Cincy lover... read more
(From left) Sue Lusk-Gleich and Georgiana Nye receive the prestigious OAR Distinguished Service Award at the organization’s 2016 Annual Convention & Expo. Photo sourced from OAR Daily Buzz
We are always so proud of the accomplishments of our agents here at Coldwell Banker Heritage! From mission trips, dedicated board membership, and community volunteerism, our agents are truly making a difference in all they do in the Dayton area and beyond!
This week, we'd like to spotlight Assoc... read more
Every year throughout the month of October, I work relentlessly to transform my home into the spookiest spot on the block. I string rubber bats to the porch, cover my front door in spider webs, and strategically hide fake rats around in hope that my friends or family might jump and scream just a little because it’s dark or they weren’t paying enough attention (or they had that 3rd glass of wine). I’ll admit that I’m one of those people who are just a little too into Halloween. Hone... read more