Tuesday, March 11 8:30 - Noon
Location: National Composite Center
8am continental breakfast and networking.
- Economic Snapshot- A Local & National Update
- Market Segment Perspectives: Office, Industrial, Retail and Construction
- Downtown Housing/Urbanization Strategy
- Logistics-Moving Our Region Forward
DABR is pleased to present the CRS designation course, "Listing Strategies for the Residential Specialist", a two-day class on Thursday & Friday, March 13 & 14 from 8:30am-5pm. This course provides agents the important skills necessary to conduct successful listing presentations, price a home to sell, and more. 14 CE Credits for $249. Register Here
This special class is sponsored by Fifth Third Mortgage
For more information on the requirements to obtaining your CRS designation, visit https://crs.com/membership/become-crs/requirements.
Sales activity of single-family homes and condominiums, as reported by the Dayton Area Board of Realtors, continued its upward climb to start off the new year. 739 transactions were reported to the Multiple Listing Service in January, compared to 717 a year earlier, a 3% increase.
Each year at the annual Sales Leaders Club Reception, the Dayton Area Board of REALTORS® honors members who have reached various levels of sales in their profession. From the Award of Achievement ($1 million in sales or $2.25 million for teams) through the Pinnacle of Performance ($7.5 million or $11.25 million for teams) all of the members of the Sales Leaders Club have demonstrated their commitment to the real estate industry.
Do-it-yourself homeowners want to save money and often enjoy the satisfaction of a job well done – both good financial and personal goals to strive towards. But there’s a big difference between the skills involved in fixing your home versus what is necessary to sell it. Smart homeowners know that working with a professional can pay off when the time comes to sell.
You can’t always judge a home buying opportunity by its cover.
Distressed properties are those with owners whose mortgages are higher than the value of the house, commonly referred to as “short sales” or homes that have actually been foreclosed upon. While these properties may not always be pretty, they could be just right for the right buyer.