Or Growth Potential!! Check out this article posted by the Downtown Dayton Partnership:
Downtown Has Region’s Lowest Apartment Vacancy Rate
Downtown Dayton was one of the few markets in the region where apartment vacancy decreased or stayed the same, according to the recently releasedMiller-Valentine GEM 2013 Dayton Regional Apartment Market Study.
The study sampled 347 apartment developments in the Dayton region. The downtown market had the region’s lowest vacancy at 2.37 percent, the same rate reported in the 2012 study. This rate reflects DDP research, which for several years has shown high occupancy rates in both rental apartments and owner-occupied properties. Due to the popularity of downtown living, increasing housing options remains an important strategy in the Greater Downtown Dayton Plan.