Helping you find your perfect home in Dayton.
Regardless of owning or renting, ABLE provides quality legal representation in foreclosure actions, saving homes and preserving equity and credit ratings. ABLE’s team of attorneys and advocates specialize in foreclosure defense and predatory lending law. ABLE also provides community education to increase awareness of home finance best practices and the dangers of predatory lending.
County Corp is the private non-profit development corporation for Montgomery County and the City of Dayton. County Corp provides listings for income-restricted rental and for-sale properties. County Corp provides numerous programs for the community.
Real estate professional organization offering property search and open house listings. Monthly housing data statistics and trends provided for the City of Dayton and the Dayton region.
Comprehensive listing of rental and homebuying options in the downtown area. An interactive map of properties also available to assist with your housing search.
General resources related to multifamily housing operators. The association offers one resident of one of their member communities one month’s rent free through their charitable foundation.
The provider for affordable housing programs such as Housing Choice Voucher Rental and Homeownership Programs in the City of Dayton.
Housing opportunities for families earning between 30% and 60% of the median income for the Dayton area.
Federally-owned homes available to purchase through Good Neighbor Next Door and $1 Homes programs.
National registry by HUD of their approved pre-purchase counseling agencies.
Offers pre-purchase homebuying counseling free of charge with no income restrictions for prospective homebuyers.
Find Montgomery County tax rates by jurisdiction.
The Montgomery County Land Bank facilitates the transition of blighted, foreclosed, and abandoned properties into viable, marketable properties for prospective homebuyers and investors.
Fosters responsible landlord behavior and sound and well-managed rental housing, while discouraging activities that do harm to residents and neighborhoods. The program acts as a “stamp of approval” or an indication that a property meets all safety, property and other requirements of the City of Dayton
Nonprofit organization providing support to the City of Dayton’s registered historic neighborhoods and homeowners. They offer extensive resources for historic properties, including grant information for design services ($900) according to historic district regulations.
Provides low to moderate income single and multi-family housing units for seniors.
The First-Time Homebuyer Class gives you the information and tools you will need to make the best decisions possible. The training will allow you to save money and maximize the investment you are making in your new home.