Dayton apartments seeing more vacancies
Vacancy in the apartment market throughout Dayton has increased in the last year, showing signs of a slowing multifamily housing market.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Business Journal.
#1 Apr 10, 2013
If they would get rid of the slumlords, they wouldn't have this problem
#2 Apr 11, 2013
Waynedale is an example.
#3 Apr 11, 2013
Where can you go if you ain't a drug dealer, a pimp or a 'ho? Want to put up with them, panhandlers and homeless old farts, so that you can walk to and enjoy the arts? Is that smart?
Add your comments below
|Ryan Lucas St John||5 hr||Truth seeker||21|
|Winnie Peacock||11 hr||Just another crush||3|
|Rappers and heavy metal (Jan '11)||11 hr||Rap||22|
|Looking for Chad Shanks he is a dear friend||11 hr||Looking||1|
|Anne and Rodney Cossaboon (May '16)||18 hr||Informant||4|
|Ann and Rod Cossaboon--Huber Heights slumlords||18 hr||Informant||1|
|"My 9th [30-day] Facebook ban"||18 hr||Informant||4|
Find what you want!
Search Xenia Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC