Things are looking up! The Local Real Estate Market for Dayton Ohio

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Victory

 

Single-Family Property Values increase for the 7th straight month in the Dayton Market! The Dayton Area Board of Realtors market statistics show things are looking up!

 

January 2009                January 2010

 

# Homes Listed                        1700                           1727                                         up 1.58%

 

# Homes Sold                          520                              520 (no it’s not a typo!)             No change

 

Sales price to list price              92.5%                          94.6%                                      up 2.18%

 

Average Sales Price                 $103,323                     $112,643                                    up 9.02%

 

Total Sales Price                       $53.7M                        $58.5M                                     up 8.81%

 

 

National News! Good signs in the Housing market! The National Association of REALTORS reported that national home sales are up 11.5% in January of 2010 over January 2009. That’s 5.05 million homes sold in January 2010, up from 4.53 million homes sold last January.

 

Experts from all aspects of the economy are saying that the recovery is well underway and in most areas in the country prices have bottomed out or have turned positive.

 

Although nationally we have seen the harsh weather slow sales for January and February, I, for one, am looking forward to a steady improvement in the housing market in the spring and summer.

 

LaurieHomeSales

 

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