Most people know that when it comes to housing, cheap is not always synonymous with safe. But those that know how to look, and that utilize every tool at their disposal (apartment search engines, Google, city data and online crime report sites) to find a good place to live for themselves and their families, know that safe is not always synonymous with expensive.
If your search for safe and affordable apartments in Cincinnati OH has come up dry, or if you’re left with the feeling that you haven’t upturned every possible stone, consider looking at neighboring communities outside of the city.
The economic changes taking place in Norwood, Ohio, as a result of retail expansion and business development stand to make this Cincinnati suburb another boomtown. Having survived the closing of the General Motors plant in 1987—a day long known to locals as “Black Wednesday”—today Norwood is poised to become Ohio’s latest “comeback kid.” With the recent expansion of the Siemens plant, and further planned development underway, the employment outlook for residents is better than it has been for years.
If you want to get in on the action while the getting’s good, and before further growth spells an end to the premium available rental properties, get online and start your apartment search today.Google+
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