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Dayton, OH The city of Dayton boasts the country’s least expensive commercial real estate. Whether someone wants to buy or lease commercial real estate, the market is currently the best it’s been since the Great Recession.

Moody-Woodley Management has been developing real estate in Dayton and its surroundings communities since 1949. Dayton Commercial Realty, a subsidiary of Moody-Woodley Management, is a full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm representing thousands of investors, developers, owners, tenants in their acquisition or abdication of commercial real estate. Led by its president Richard Moody, Dayton Commercial Realty has asserted itself among the city’s leading commercial real estate firms.

“Creativity is our best asset,” says Moody. “There are so many opportunities in commercial real estate when you think how other people don’t and do things other companies won’t. When we say full-service, we truly mean it."

Where other brokers specialize in either office, retail or industrial space, Dayton Commercial Realty enjoys a considerable advantage in its market having built, owned and managed all three types.

“In commercial real estate, owners and realtors are not necessarily best friends,” says Moody. “We’re very fortunate in that building owners think of me an owner first and a realtor second. It’s easy for me to represent building owners because I am one myself.”

In keeping with the firm’s commitment to creative thinking, Dayton Commercial Realty offers clients the option to auction their property rather than allow it to linger on the market indefinitely.

“The ability to combine auctioneering with brokerage is a completely new concept,” says Moody. “As the broker, I am both and nobody else in Ohio can claim to be.”

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