Owning rental properties can be a lucrative business and a great source of income, but those who manage these properties know there is a lot of work that goes into each and every transaction. So what happens when you choose to relocate but don’t want to give up the added income from your rental? If you’re managing an out-of-state property, all hope is not lost! Our property management team put together tips for maintaining these properties, even after you move out of state.
1. Plan for occasional trip... read more
Thinking of selling your home? Just one month into the new year and it has become clear to all of us at Coldwell Banker Heritage that 2018 will be a VERY busy year for the Dayton Real Estate market! If your New Year’s Resolution was #NewYearNewHome, then it's already time to get serious. Knowing that, we polled our agents to find the best advice for those getting ready to sell their home and here’s what they had to say:
Clean, Clean, Clean
By far the most popular suggestion from the agents was to cle... read more
So you’re on the fence about selling your home. You’re not sure it’s the “right time” to sell. While there are many factors that influence this decision, one important factor you may have not considered is the current housing market. You’ve probably heard the phrase “It’s a buyer or a seller’s market” before but what does this real estate mumbo-jumbo really mean? In real estate, the housing market is gauged by “months of supply.” Months of supp... read more
Today officially kicks off the world’s largest electronics trade show, Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas and we are feeling ALL the excitement and innovation right here in Dayton. Since keeping up with all the current trends in home technology has always been a Coldwell Banker agent’s m.o., this year marks the third year that Coldwell Banker sponsors the Smart Home Showcase. After checking out some of the coolest products to hit the floor at this year’s CES, and reading up on Coldwell B... read more
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