Housing

Single Family Homes


Housing construction has been on a steady incline in the Dayton area over the past ten years. Residents are able to find homes in the $60,000 to $250,000+ range. In 2008, the average housing cost was $86,000.

Planned Subdivisions


There are currently three Master Planned Subdivisions in Dayton, with 400 lots available for construction and three future planned developments projected within the next three to five years. These new residential developments will offer expansion with approximately 170 new home sites and cumulatively, approximately 570 lots available for residential expansion to Dayton residents and prospective residents.

Existing Subdivisions


Oakwood


  • 320 Lots on the approved preliminary plan
  • 140 Lots have been built upon
  • Note: This Subdivision is built out. The new sections not yet built upon require approval of plats and construction plans.

Fordland Estates


  • 224 Lots on a preliminary plan in 5 Phases
  • 91 Lots are built in Phases 1 and 2
  • Phase 3 is under development

Oakwood Trails


  • 23 Lots (5 acre) in Section 1 have been approved for building
  • Approximately 1,000 acres of land with a projection of approximately 200
  • Low density single family residential lots

Stone Creek


  • 78 Lots on the master plan
  • 16 Lots have been built upon
  • 2 Lots are available
Residential neighborhood with trees

Residential Building Permits


  • 2010 – 2013: 14

Residential Valuations


  • Total Residential Valuations $192,321,836
  • Total Single Family Permit Value $4,006,450

Apartments


There are currently three Apartment Complexes in the City of Dayton, offering amenities such as swimming pools, play grounds, fitness centers, laundry facilities and club houses. There are a total of 414 units and average monthly rent is between $600 and $800.