Dayton Office Market Continues to Recover 2015

The Dayton office market continued to show signs of recovery in 2015, based on results from Miller-Valentine Group Realty Services’ 4th Quarter Office Survey. The vacancy rate for the overall Dayton office market decreased to 25.25%, with notable positive absorption... Learn More

Miller-Valentine Group Celebrates 50 Years of Business

Miller-Valentine claims a milestone this year as it surpasses 50-years in business as a leading commercial real estate and construction firm. Miller-Valentine Group was founded in 1963 by 3 partners, Gerry Miller, Dan Valentine and Jim Walsh who immediately capitalized... Learn More

Dayton Commercial Real Estate Market Trends

The market trends for the Dayton region are focused around four distinct sectors, multi-family, office, industrial, and retail. The following is Miller-Valentine Group Realty Services’ overview of the current real estate market in terms of the five following outlooks: vacancy and... Learn More

Remarkable Improvement in the Dayton Industrial Market

The Dayton industrial market has made impressive gains in the last year. Since 2009, vacancy rates have hovered between 24 to 26%. Now the vacancy rate has dropped to 20%, a 4.23% decrease from 2012. The vacancy rate doesn’t tell... Learn More

Dayton Office Market – Recovery Mode Continues

Overall, the office market in the Dayton region is recovering. The South market is currently the most active, with good activity at Austin Landing and the areas along St. Rt. 741 and I-675. The North market is seeing some redevelopment... Learn More

Optimism in the Dayton Industrial Market

The industrial market in Dayton should continue to improve due to a recent increase in transactions. People are still being cautious with transactions but there is a hint of optimism coming about. The biggest concern regarding the industrial market is... Learn More

Dayton Retail Market – Increased Occupancy and Rent Growth Expected

The Dayton retail market has had a difficult last several years. It is clear that the South and Eastern Dayton retail market is strong and will continue to retain retailers and have steady to moderate growth. Recent predictions show the... Learn More

Dayton Industrial Market Continues to Move Out of Recession

The industrial market continued to move out of its recession phase and into recovery during the first quarter of 2013. The South Dayton Market continues to lead in activity, with new construction and activity near the Austin Landing interchange and... Learn More

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