Ashok I prefer Liberty Township as that is where I have lived for 18 years. Everyone has different tastes and affordability. You need to look at the amenities that you want in an area. How near Cincinnati or Dayton? How near expressway access? How close to shopping? The age of the homes and the yard size. There are a lot of things that go into making a suburb your personal best. Until you research a little and determine your wants and must haves no one can really make an educated suggestion for you to look at.... more
Michelle, I just saw this thread, and lincolnparker's suggestion about living in the Oregon District. I lived in Dayton for many years, and while the Oregon District was a nice place to visit, I would not recommend living there, unless you can ride a bike to school or to work -- parking is practically non-existent, not only on Fifth Street, but on the surrounding neighborhood streets too. Yes, it's fairly close to UD and some might consider it "trendy", but while that area seemed to have so much promise, it never did flourish. To me, it was "seedy", with a lot of empty store fronts, and a lot of bars. It was an OK place to have lunch once in a while, but IMO, you'll be much safer living South and East of UD, in communities like Kettering, Oakwood, or even farther out in Beavercreek or Centerville.... more
I know from experience in owning rentals myself, and representing clients as their property manager exactly what you are looking for. Militarybyower.com and ahrn.com I have not had any success with, but craigslist.com I have had A LOT of success with. Most renters want to move in a month or less, depending on their current situation. If you have any other questions, then please feel free to contact me at anytime. I'd be happy to walk you through the rental process and help you find a new home!
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