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Old 08-04-2016, 10:09 PM
 
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Thank you for your responses. This site is really helpful!

Potential offer to work for UOL hospital.
Budget would depend of the offer but up to 400k, 3-4 bed small comfortable house , new or renovated (not much of a handy man).
Prefer diverse area. We looked the highlands which we liked a lot
Prefer mix group of friends but having some close friends from where we are (Latin America) would help with the transitions.
Not much of a church goers.
One small dog.
Potential of working long hrs so would like area where family can have staff to do, activities, entertainment....etc.
big into healthy stuff including Gyms.

Appreciate your help as we still getting used to thebidea of moving to KY.
$400k would get you an amazing home in almost any of the neighborhoods in Louisville! The Highlands is definitely a good option. It's pretty diverse and liberal with a lot to do in terms of restaurants, bars, gyms, etc. Having Cherokee Park right nearby is great if you are a very active and outdoorsy family.

The Latin American population in Louisville is definitely more of a working class demographic. You probably won't find the more established middle class Latino communities in Louisville like you will in DC/Maryland, California, Miami, Texas, etc.
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Old 08-04-2016, 10:49 PM
 
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$400k would get you an amazing home in almost any of the neighborhoods in Louisville! The Highlands is definitely a good option. It's pretty diverse and liberal with a lot to do in terms of restaurants, bars, gyms, etc. Having Cherokee Park right nearby is great if you are a very active and outdoorsy family.

The Latin American population in Louisville is definitely more of a working class demographic. You probably won't find the more established middle class Latino communities in Louisville like you will in DC/Maryland, California, Miami, Texas, etc.
True....not a neighborhood. But I would say enough latin professionals to connect with, especially online

The latin and cuban neighborhoods in Louisville are def working class i.e. eastern blvd, preston, churchill downs, etc, buechel, etc.


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I'd google some of these organization listed above and call them.
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