Want to try a craft beer? Head to Dayton, Ohio. This region has seen high growth of craft-beer breweries that have (or soon will be) opened for business:
Unsure of what a craft beer is? Read about how craft beer is brewed here.
Worried about tornadoes, hurricanes, fires, floods, earthquakes or other natural disasters? Move to Dayton, Ohio! It ranked as the sixth safest U.S. city from natural disasters.
Dayton does hold the record for the greatest natural disaster for the state of Ohio from the Great Dayton Flood of 1913. Since then, with effective flood controls in place, the city has avoided flooding over 1,500 times.
Which City Was Ranked as the Safest?
Syracuse, New York. Although you will not find flooding, wildfires, hurricanes, earthquakes or tornadoes, this area does have lots of snow!
Three Ohio Cities Made the List
Cleveland (#2), Akron (#3) and Dayton (#6) all made this top-ten list.
For more “safe” cities and criteria about the rankings, go here to read the article from CBS MoneyWatch.
New home starts are increasing in Dayton, Ohio’s Greene County. From April through July, 2013 there were 194 home starts.
Read more here about new construction in Dayton here from the Business Journal.
Graduating Class of the Leadership Development Program
Anne Goss of Sibcy Cline Vandalia and Cyndi Scarpelli of Sibcy Cline Beavercreek were invited to participate in the Dayton Area Board of Realtors’ Leadership Academy for Dayton.
This six-month program incorporated leadership training for both future real estate industry and community leadership roles. Those who participated in the program enjoyed learning from guest speakers as well as a visit to the Ohio Association of Realtors in Columbus.
The academy was created in 2013 by the Dayton Area Board of Realtors as a way to cultivate new talent within the organization. Participants were encouraged to become stewards for the organization as well as the community.
A Realtor with the Sibcy Cline Vandalia office, Anne Goss began her real estate career in 1977 and has shown great success with her sales throughout the years. She has earned numerous local and state real estate sales honors. Anne has served on the Women’s Council of Realtors in Dayton and is now the president of this organization for 2013 and 2014. She is also the Director of Resources for Women in Business Networking.
Cyndi Scarpelli has been a real estate professional since 2002. She is a member of the “3 Hearts Committee” that supports various local charity organizations with fundraising efforts. She has also served on the Community Service Task Force and Grievance Committee for the Dayton Area Board of Realtors. Cyndi is Vice President/Sales Manager for the Sibcy Cline Beavercreek office.
Da dah da dah da da… It looks like H&M, a very popular fashion retailer, is coming soon to Dayton, Ohio at The Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek, Ohio.
This retailer is in the midst of working through their building permits per the Business Journal.
Some facts about H&M…
- Established in 1947 in Sweden
- Employs 150 in-house designers
- Has over 15 million likes on Facebook!
- H stands for Hennes; M stands for Mauritz (Hennes & Mauritz AB)
Our Sibcy Cline Beavercreek Agents are going to be styling!
Homes were selling briskly in Dayton, Ohio during the month of June! Here are the statistics:
- 24.35% Increase in home sales units
- 36.01% iIncrease in home sales volume
- 9.27% Increase in average sale price ($142,288)
- 10.22% Increase in median sale price ($124,000)
Listings submitted in the month of June showed a 12.8% increase over June 2013. This is the third straight month of increases in listings as compared to the same time period in 2012.
It is a great time to be selling and buying a home in Dayton, Ohio. Mortgage interest rates are still very reasonable and home prices are just starting to rise.
Graphs courtesy of: DABR.com
The site for the Dayton, Ohio Homearama 2014 home show has been selected and will be at Auteur Estates in Clearcreek Township. The show will be held in June 2014. There are currently three homes committed to be built.
About Auteur Estates:
- 66 acres and 31 custom home sites
- No pass-through traffic and only one entrance
- 70+ acres of protected natural habitat with ponds and streams
- Award-winning landscaping
- Natural stone entrance tower
- Underground storm sewer system – the only estate community in Warren County to offer this!
This homesite is convenient to both the Dayton and Cincinnati markets. With easy access to I-75, this area is close to dining, shopping, hospitals and the Dayton International Airport. It is convenient to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Thinking about building your new dream home? Contact a Sibcy Cline Agent who can you through the process!