Dayton Area Residential Housing

Our unique residential community in Kettering – part of the greater Dayton metropolitan area – is an expanse of 137 acres and includes 300 buildings that contain 500 units of various sizes. We accept new residents based on our own application process that is voted upon by all residents as part of our shared community standards.

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Our application process includes a credit check with specific FICO and debt to income ratio thresholds, along with a criminal background check and a commitment to be involved in the continued development of our community. Our residents are engaged citizens and take part in our community meetings, voting processes and are committed to working together to maintain our units.

We welcome new members with growing families and working professionals. This is an excellent opportunity as the Dayton area continues to grow both in population and in economic development.

Benefits Of Living At Greenmont Village

Taking part in the decision-making processes

On-Site Commercial Space, including stores, food vendors and more

Knowing you are living in a family environment

On-property elementary school, Greenmont Elementary (part of Kettering School District)

Event Hall with dedicated community events

Parks, garden areas, recreation areas

Quick Access To The Following:

  • I-75, I-675, and US Route 35
  • Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Bus No. 7 – (Rembrandt Boulevard and Patterson Road) routes directly to Downtown Dayton (via Belmont, East Dayton, Miami Valley Hospital, Downtown and North Main Street and back)
  • Kettering Business Park
  • University of Dayton
  • Sinclair Community College
  • Wright State University
  • Kettering Medical Center and Miami Valley Hospital
  • Multiple large shopping centers (The Greene Town Center, The Mall at Fairfield Commons, and The Dayton Mall)

Living in the Kettering, Ohio Greenmont Village

Greenmont Mutual 3 Bedroom Unit

Mutual Housing is a unique experience, and Greenmont Village is a strong and vibrant community in the heart of the Dayton area and provides many benefits. Members have the advantage of home ownership without the mortgage payment, property taxes, and other assessments. The actions of one member impacts the actions of all members. We have developed standards for maintaining the units and surrounding yards and members are expected to live up to those standards. Annual inspections are done to ensure that members take proper care of their unit and maintain them in a safe and sanitary condition. Monthly inspections of yards are done, and members are notified of any deficiencies. Any unrecoverable damages done to the properties are shared equally by all members.

Members are also expected to get involved in the community by serving on a committee or by volunteering to help other members that may need help.

Currently, there are units available for members mutual home ownership. If you are interested in becoming a member, please visit our Getting Started page to learn more and our Apply page to access necessary paperwork. We welcome new members to a community that we have all enjoyed raising our families in and calling home.

Greenmont Mutual 3 bedroom

Floor Plans

There are 500 units in our community. Sizes and layouts vary from 1, 2, and 3-bedroom units.

Our 1-bedroom double units are single story while all 2 and 3-bedroom double units and 2-bedroom single units are two stories. All units have private assigned parking bays and outdoor space/yard maintained by the member occupying the unit. Currently, the 2-bedroom singles are reserved for internal transfers who are moving from other units to the 2-bedroom singles.

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Our Shared Responsibility Model

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As a Mutual “Cooperative” Home Ownership Corporation, Greenmont Village offers a form of home ownership with each member holding 1 share and 1 vote in the corporation along with community involvement. Upon selection of a unit, the member is required to pay a one-time equity payment/deposit and monthly dues which includes property taxes, trash, water, and operational/property maintenance assessments.

Our model is set up as a shared responsibility. The corporation has certain responsibilities in terms of maintaining and growing the community and each member or mutual homeowner accepts certain responsibilities as part of the community.

One of the shared responsibility benefits for the mutual homeowner is that they have the ability to change, upgrade, or add onto their unit with approval from the Building and Grounds Committee​. In turn, the corporation provides various services needed to maintain the property, including various repairs, snow removal and more. To learn more about our community, property, and housing model, visit our FAQs page.

Get Started

Contact us online or by telephone to get started. You may also hit the “apply” button below.

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