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Jessica Hawkins joined For Rent Media Solutions in 2011 as a Marketing Assistant. She is a graduate of Baylor University with a degree in Business Administration and is currently a Search Engine Optimization Coordinator with ForRent.com.

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Where can I find a nice, quiet residential neighborhood in Columbus?

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German Village is just south of downtown Columbus. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is considered one of the most desirable neighborhoods in city. It is named for the German immigrants who flooded the area in the mid 1800s. In 2007, it was recognized by the White House as a […]

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Where can I find a lively, active neighborhood in Columbus?

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Dynamic and diverse, the University District is Columbus’ most densely populated area. North of downtown, the district is made up of several smaller neighborhoods that surround the Ohio State University campus. Proximity to a major university provides a wealth of cultural and educational opportunities to residents as well as providing a lively population of students […]

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Where can I find a picturesque, affordable area in Columbus, Ohio?

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The Victorian Village neighborhood in Columbus is a diverse, thriving area full of life and character. It sprang up in the early 1900s when wealthier citizens wanted to live close to the streetcar line that ran through the north part of town. Today the area remains as an example of a nineteenth century neighborhood, and […]

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Where can I find a growing community less than 30 miles from Columbus?

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Twenty-five miles northwest of Columbus is Marysville, the county seat of Union County. It is a community of about 17,000 that is host to the facilities of several well-known corporations including Scotts Miracle-Gro, Honda, and Nestle. These associations allow the city to enjoy a very stable economy. Marysville has 15 parks, including one that is […]

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Where can I find a nice family suburb close to downtown Columbus?

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Just ten minutes from downtown Columbus is the Herb Capital of Ohio: the city of Gahanna. The city was named by Money magazine as one of the Top 100 Places to Live in the U.S. The city offers a lot to see and do. Residents enjoy premier dining and shopping along with a host of […]

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Where can I find a suburb close to downtown Columbus with good schools and good quality of life?

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Upper Arlington, birthplace of golfer Jack Nicklaus, lies just northwest of downtown Columbus. It is considered a “first-ring” suburb of the city. The city dates back to 1913, and in 1985 the southern half of the city, known as “Old Arlington,” was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today the Upper Arlington Historical […]

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Where can I find a progressive community close to downtown Columbus?

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Since the 1990s, the village of New Albany has experienced rapid growth and expansion, due in large part to the residency of Les Wexner, founder of The Limited women’s clothing chain. The village has managed its growth through planning and attention to detail. New Albany’s philosophy is that “it’s not just where we live, but […]

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Where can I find a suburb of Columbus that has excellent cultural attractions?

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Dublin, Ohio, one of the fastest growing suburbs of Columbus, was named after the city in Ireland and stays true to its Irish roots. Each year, the city plays host to the Dublin Irish Festival, which attracts over 90,000 visitors. It is one of the largest Irish festivals in the country. Several large corporations are […]

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What is the waterfront appeal that draws people to Norfolk?

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If ships, the navy, and maritime history are your areas of interest, Norfolk, located where the Chesapeake Bay meets the Atlantic ocean, may be the place for you. The world’s largest strategic military and transportation point, Norfolk Naval Base, is located there, as is the headquarters for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The United States […]

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What is the Historic Triangle?

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The colonial regions of Jamestown, Yorktown, and Colonial Williamsburg are collectively known as the Historic Triangle. These three cities are steeped in history related to the birth and battles for freedom that shaped our country. They are joined by the Colonial Parkway, a road that runs from Yorktown, through Colonial Williamsburg, and ends in Jamestown. […]

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