This magnetic region is bursting with scores of fantastic real estate markets, from small to large, suburban and rural to exciting inner-city housing opportunities. According to Forbes: The Dayton Region is #1 Most Affordable City. Housing Affordability: 88.9% - Median Salary (for college grads): $56,900 - Cost of Living: 92.
The Dayton community rental market consists of single-family homes, apartments, townhomes, furnished and unfurnished temporary housing throughout the region.
The historic districts and downtown neighborhoods that make up Downtown Dayton include Grafton Hill, McPherson Town, Webster Station, Central Business District, Oregon District, St. Anne’s Hill, South Park, University Park, Wright-Dunbar and Dayton View.