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Old 12-14-2009, 11:27 AM
 
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Greetings,

I recently obtained employment in downtown Cincinnati. Driving 80+ miles one way is rather time consuming, so my family and I have decided to look for a home in the northern Cincinnati area. I have read through some of the posts and they have been most helpful.

I know I have read some good things about Mason, Lebanon, West Chester, and Loveland but are there other areas that are just as good without the higher cost of housing and real estate taxes?

A few things, we have two children still attending school and my wife would be looking for employment as soon as we relocated. She is in college working on her degree. So my wife was looking to transfer to UC from Sinclair. I hear good things about UC as well; can anyone offer their experiences with this campus?

Thanks in advance...
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Old 12-14-2009, 03:43 PM
 
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Sinclair has a branch campus in Mason.....

Also, I did the exact same thing in reverse

Seems like Turtlecreek twp, Morrow, S. Lebanon, Clearckeek Twp., and maybe Trenton/Madison Twp. may all be good picks.

Good luck
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Old 12-15-2009, 01:09 PM
 
Location: Colerain
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Yep the branch Campus in Mason is a good option. UC is also a good school she won't be making a bad choice if she decides to go there.

As far as Northern Cinci goes. Have a look at Colerain and parts north. Good access to 275 and 74 you can get downtown in short order. There's Hamilton, Millville etc. I guess it depends where exactly you wanna be. And honestly Lebanon is nice too. I'm a fan on the area between there and Waynesville. Hope I helped..
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