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The Dayton Business Journal has begun releasing its list of Who’s Who in Real Estate for 2019.

This special report, compiled by the DBJ editorial board, includes more than 100 honorees from seven industries that play a role in the important real estate sector in the Dayton region:

Residential
Commercial
Law
Title
Lending
Builders/Developers
Architects

Note: Click on the above slideshow to see part 4 of this year's list.

The full list will be in the Nov. 15 weekly print edition of the DBJ.

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This time last year, Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) was on the verge of selecting Arlington County for part of its second headquarters. Buyers wanted homes in Crystal City, but there weren't many for sale.

Fast forward to today — little has changed. The few homes that hit the market often sell well above asking.

The median home price in the 22202 ZIP code, which encompasses all of HQ2, was $815,000 in October. That's about a 51% year-to-date increase or a $275,000 difference, according to data…

A key indicator of future home sales in the Charlotte market rose nearly 26% year over year in October.

Epcon Communities is preparing for another of its dense developments targeted to adults over 55.

The movie houses of small town Oregon and gathering places in Portland's historic African-American communities are among the heritage sites in danger of being lost, according a preservation group.

Restore Oregon has released its annual Oregon's Most Endangered Places list of historic properties that are threatened by neglect, disuse or redevelopment.

New to the list this year is an Elks lodge that served residents of the historically African-American neighborhood of Albina and others. It was home…

The city of Austin will no longer turn an office building on Ben White Boulevard into a homeless shelter, an idea that had home some neighbors up in arms. Instead, it's looking at buying hotels to house the homeless and provide them with support services.

A 70-acre community may soon be headed to the Triangle — but only if a road realignment project moves forward.

The order requires U.S. title insurance companies to identify the individuals behind shell companies that facilitate all-cash purchases of residential real estate.