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.RELATED: Why the booming Dayton housing market needs more homes for sale 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.RELATED: 5 things to know about the Dayton region housing market 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.RELATED: How these cities are fighting blight, putting more homes on the market “I’m very optimistic,” said Jan Leverett, president of Dayton Realtors. “I hope it continues.”RELATED: See how property values in your community have declined since recessionCredit: DaytonDailyNewsExploreSee more stories by Lynn Hulsey5 things to know about those big rigsHere’s how local companies use artificial intelligence right now‘Magnet for high tech:’ How research drives Wright-Patt’s $15.5B impactSee what each Dayton region community will get from Ohio’s increased gas tax.Tornado-proof red roan steer survives two twistersExploreInsured property damage from tornadoes estimated more than $500 millionTweets by LynnHulseyDDN About the AuthorLynn HulseyLynn Hulsey is an investigative reporter focusing on business, the economy, government and politics.