DBJ studies age of local housing stock

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DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The U.S. Census Bureau looked at homes built before 1950, and of the 100 markets studied, Dayton ranked number 32, according to our partners at the Dayton Business Journal.

Twenty-four percent of homes were built before 1950.

Cleveland, Toledo, Youngstown, and Cincinnati were all ranked in the top 30.

The oldest housing market in the U.S. belongs to Scranton, Pa.

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