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The uniqueness of the homes, the beautiful tree-lined streets, and overall flair of McPherson Town have made the area very desirable to live in. Watch this video walking tour to see more about our casual and friendly community.

Become a neighbor – houses for sale!

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Home Ownership Help in Renaissance Areas

The Dayton City Commission has approved a grant to the HomeOwnership Center of Greater Dayton.  This grant will make zero-percent, interest-deferred loans of up to $5,000 available to eligible homebuyers in the Reniassance Project neighborhoods – Dayton View, Riverdale, McPherson Town, Grafton Hill and Five Oaks.  Loans may be applied to down payment, closing costs, principle reduction or interest buy-down.

Foreclosed and Vacant Properties Assistance

CityWide Development, the City of Dayton and Wright-Patt have joined together to provide home buyer assistance funding for purchasers of single-family foreclosed and vacant properties in specific Dayton neighborhoods. They’re offering a seven year forgivable loan for 10% of the purchase price and a loan for up to $50,000 for rehab. For more information go to www.liveindayton.org or call Holly Musgrove at (937) 912-7037.

Rentals

el morado placeMcPherson Town offers a number of rental opportunities. Rental properties range from double-sided houses to carriage houses, from small apartment buildings to our restored and converted Hawthorne School. Rentals are independently owned and operated by private landlords, except for Hawthorne School Apartments, which are managed by the neighborhood.

For the most current rental listings, we invite you to take a drive through the neighborhood and watch for the “For Rent” signs.

More about Hawthorne School

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