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Old 10-13-2009, 06:10 PM
 
Location: Mount Pleasant, SC
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Gaslight Clifton is all that others have said but do take a look at Wyoming. Beautiful, beautiful, safe small town with a highly educated population, excellent schools, wonderful housing stock. Many residents are transplants who have lived overseas through their employment with P&G or in the medical field. Loved my years there. Very quick drive down the Winton Road hill into Clifton.
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Old 10-14-2009, 10:22 AM
 
Location: Mount Pleasant, SC
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Default Property Tax Info Readily Available

Hamilton County Auditor Dusty Rhodes

Plug in an address in the Property Search section of most any County Auditor's site and you'll have the current tax bill.

Note that in Hamilton County (Cincinnati) the tax is stated as "SA" for semi-annual or half year. Also note that what the homeowner pays has many credits automatically attached.
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Old 10-14-2009, 01:19 PM
 
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[FONT=Calibri][SIZE=3]I hate the Midwest. The torture I have had to endure. The lack of culture, closed minded people, rednecks, white trash, conservative, uneducated, brain drained toothless hillbillies, where everyone knows everyone and has no life. Prejudices, discrimination, crazy delusional people who think there is 1 supreme race are you serious? The hay, farms, gray skies, rainy days almost every day, flat lands, miles of corn fields, pickup trucks, Wal-Martís, Krogerís. Nothing to do any day of the week. Nowhere to go on weekends everything is a disappointment. I am so sick and tired of being sick in this place that I do not belong the Midwest is not for me and OH is for the plain, conservative, close minded cults.[/SIZE][/FONT]
Mason is mostly caucasion: Anderson Twp. is diverse.
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Old 10-14-2009, 01:23 PM
 
Location: Hartwell--IN THE City of Cincinnati
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[SIZE=3]I hate the Midwest. The torture I have had to endure. The lack of culture, closed minded people, rednecks, white trash, conservative, uneducated, brain drained toothless hillbillies, where everyone knows everyone and has no life. Prejudices, discrimination, crazy delusional people who think there is 1 supreme race are you serious? The hay, farms, gray skies, rainy days almost every day, flat lands, miles of corn fields, pickup trucks, Wal-Martís, Krogerís. Nothing to do any day of the week. Nowhere to go on weekends everything is a disappointment. I am so sick and tired of being sick in this place that I do not belong the Midwest is not for me and OH is for the plain, conservative, close minded cults.[/SIZE]
Mason is mostly caucasion: Anderson Twp. is diverse.
Well thanks for sharing NOT. After reading ALL your posts similiar to this on other threads, here's my advice. Move--your life is what you make of it...where you live doesnt determine if you will be happy or not, you do, and obviously you are hell bent on either being miserable or making others miserable-I personally dont have tolerance for either. So do us all a favor and troll elsewhere.
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Old 10-18-2009, 08:00 PM
 
Location: Sunny Florida
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You might want to take a look at Wyoming, Montgomery, Blue Ash, Madeira, and Terrace Park as well. Excellent schools, safe neighborhoods, and lovely homes.
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Old 10-21-2009, 08:20 PM
 
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I agree with Sunnydee. I don't see any problems in any of the above listings in regards to your nationality. With two kids I would check homes in the Wyoming. The schools are rated as one of the best school districts in the nation. Not cosmopolitan but has more of a village. Mason is very nice but very suburban with excellent schools and newer housing stock. The gaslight district is close to the University of Cincinnati, P&G, the many hospitals. Clifton is in an urban area vs. the above mentioned suburban areas. I would go online and check out Cincinnati Public Schools and see if an urban school district is something you would be interested in . Many families that live in the city deal with Catholic or private schools rather than the public schools. Ohio was a school ratings system; all school districts most meet certain benchmarks. When we were looking for a new home, I used Sibcy-Cline.com to find home listings. I believe you can find the school district ratings there if not the state of Ohio has an education web site. All of Sunnydale listings school's are rated excellent.
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Old 10-22-2009, 01:50 AM
 
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There is a growing number of Indians moving to Mason and each year there are a number of Cincinnati-wide Indian cultural events that happen in Mason High School auditorium. I remember driving by once and seeing all the beautiful saris, it must have been hundreds of Indian people. Race relations are no problem.

I am also a minority and grew up there. It is lovely, but the housing is largely new construction that is indistinctive, over priced and often it's a whole subdivision where the same three house designs appear one hundred fifty times, with different shudders and paint on them. I moved, but it was an alright place to grow up.
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Old 03-10-2010, 01:40 PM
 
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Hi Londontocici

I am in the same boat as you were, I m relocating to Cinci with 3 kids so how was your experience, where did you move? and how is the school system?

I will really appreciate your answer and It will be very helpful for me,

thanks
-Mehdi
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Old 03-11-2010, 11:34 AM
 
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By the way, according to the 2000 Census (alas, the most recent data that allows this), the Cincinnati zip codes with the highest percentage of (Asian) Indians in them are:
45219, 45220, 45236, 45240, 45241, 45242, 45243, 45246, 45249. All these were then at least 1% Asian Indian in population, as far as my data analysis shows. Not a high amount, I know! The highest percentages showed up in 45220 and 45249, which in 2000 were about 3% Indian. 45220 includes Clifton, and 45249 includes the Brecon/Highpoint and Sycamore/Sixteen Mile Stand neighborhoods. The population of those areas I just named, at least, appear to also be relatively highly educated, on average, so less likely than average to have people who would express prejudiced attitudes towards Indians.

Let us know how it all goes, Mehdi and Londontocinci. Best of luck.



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Old 03-12-2010, 11:12 AM
 
Location: West Chester, OH
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45220 and 45219 have high Indian population because of the University of Cincinnati. But the majority are students. You should pay attention to 45249 if you are a minority professional with high income. It has the highest foreign born residents (vs. foreign students) with higher income and higher education. It does look very midwest but the population is quite international. If you go to the school you will understand what I mean. 20% of the Asians there are Indians. I am not advocating exclusivity. But they choose that area for some good reason. Asians in this country overall tend to value education and have high saving rate and like to invest in housing with good schools.

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