What homes are selling for in your community

This house at 44 Stanton Dr. in Springboro’s Settlers Walk recently sold. Pictured is the real estate agent, Jodi Rosko, co-owner of The Rosko Group at Keller-Williams Community Partners. CONTRIBUTED by Jodi Rosko
This house at 44 Stanton Dr. in Springboro’s Settlers Walk recently sold. Pictured is the real estate agent, Jodi Rosko, co-owner of The Rosko Group at Keller-Williams Community Partners. CONTRIBUTED by Jodi Rosko

The price your house sells for in the Dayton region depends in large part on where you live. There are wide variations across the region.

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Average sale prices ranged from $65,439 in Trotwood to $318,495 in Springboro/Clearcreek Twp. in 2018, according to the Dayton Realtors’ annual survey of 30 key communities in the Dayton region.

This house at 44 Stanton Dr. in Springboro’s Settlers Walk recently sold. Pictured is the real estate agent, Jodi Rosko, co-owner of The Rosko Group at Keller-Williams Community Partners. CONTRIBUTED by Jodi Rosko
This house at 44 Stanton Dr. in Springboro’s Settlers Walk recently sold. Pictured is the real estate agent, Jodi Rosko, co-owner of The Rosko Group at Keller-Williams Community Partners. CONTRIBUTED by Jodi Rosko

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Experts say that a shortage of single-family homes and condos on the market drives up prices. But they are happy to see the housing market on the mend after the Great Recession.

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“I’m very optimistic,” said Jan Leverett, president of Dayton Realtors. “I hope it continues.”

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