This post is being written to conclude and recap my series on why I’ve chosen to invest in Dayton, Ohio real estate. My decision to move back to our area, from the west coast, has been a good one as I feel I have done well with my personal investments. I decided to write on this topic because I feel the issues which I discussed come up fairly regularly when speaking with new clients. The goal of my recent articles has been to provide information which will assist people with their decision as to whether they should buy in our area. If you are in need of assistance then contact me today to speak with a realtor.
I addressed a number of topics over my recent articles. The matters which I discussed included:
- My personal experience as a Dayton real estate investor
- What I consider to be Dayton’s competitive advantage in real estate
- Why I do not believe Dayton has been “left behind”
- How Dayton is successfully dealing with its opioid crisis
- Why I believe the Dayton economy will stay strong
I looked at these topics for a number of reasons. First, investors often seek the perspective of other investors. As someone who has closed on four investment properties in three years, I feel I have such a perspective. Second, our area’s unique geography makes it a prime location for many companies’ logistical and shipping operations. Third, while a 2018 news special claims that Dayton had been left behind other cities, I feel the facts show that our area is on the rebound. Fourth, the area has had success it battling its opioid/heroin problem. Investors should understand the steps which have been taken. Finally, for the same reasons which I believe that our city has a competitive advantage, I also feel our economy will remain strong.
If you are considering investing in local properties, then contact me to speak with a Dayton real estate agent. I assist with the buying of multi-family units as well as single family homes. I strive to provide quality service and I am ready to assist you. I also service the areas of Beavercreek, Centerville, Cincinnati, Clayton, Englewood, Oakwood, Fairborn, Harrison Township, Huber Heights, Kettering, Miami Township, Miamisburg, Riverside, Springboro, Trotwood, Vandalia, Washington Township, West Carrollton, and Xenia.
Note: Nothing in this article, or on this website should be construed as investment or financial advice. The opinions shared on this website are the personal, and not professional, opinion of the author and are not associated with Keller Williams Advisors. Any investment decisions should be made after consulting with a certified financial/investment professional.