Top-rated lgbtq agents in dayton

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Anthony

Anthony - Gay Realtor

Experienced realtor and local Columbus resident since 2008. Columbus is a great place to live, we have a low cost of living compared to other major cities and the real estate market here is thriving. Throughout my career, I have closed over 25 million ...read more
Carrie

Carrie - Gay Realtor

My goal is to walk alongside my clients as they achieve their real estate goals. With my background in Quality Assurance, I'm a big communicator and have an eye for detail and a passion for compliance. I negotiate best prices for my buyers and sellers ...read more
Jey

Jey - Gay Realtor

Proudly working in the Greater Dayton area since 2006, helping the LGBT community with all of their residential purchase and sale needs. I am honored and feel that it is my duty as an openly gay real estate professional to provide my expertise, care ...read more
Krista

Krista - Gay Friendly Realtor

Hi! I have been a real estate agent since November 2020 and absolutely love it. I love helping people find their perfect home and also selling the home they are ready to move on from. With members of my family in the LGBTQIA+ community I am a strong advocate ...read more
Daniel

Daniel - Gay Realtor

My goal in real estate is to provide the assistance needed for the buyer and seller to come together. I understand what is important to my clients. Buying or selling a home is a major decision; I want our clients to be satisfied with their purchase during ...read more

Dayton News

Dayton LGBTQ City Guide
Dayton is the fourth largest city in Ohio, located north of Cincinnati, near the beautiful Miami Valley area of the state. Dayton has long been known as a city that shines in the fields of technology and research science. It is nicknamed the “City of Aviation” because it is the home of the National Museum of the United States Air Force and is also the hometown of the Wright Brothers, Orville and Wilbur, who invented flight. Even better, Dayton has a smaller, yet thriving LGBTQ community ...more
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