Lots. Most of Louisville is blue collar, and near the East End is where a lot of their workplaces are located. You have to go look around though; there aren't vast neighborhoods of nothing but blue-collared workers though.... more
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Courthouse records for Jefferson Co is located at 527 W Jefferson St Ste 201, Louisville, KY 40202. The PVA site is limited without having an account. Lojic maps, as mentioned earlier, may have more depending on the area. Hope this helps! -Marc... more
If you have an iPhone, there are some great apps that will give you crime statistics in any area of Louisville. I always suggest to my clients to download them, if they are concerned.
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if you are transferring or relocating to the city, I usually offer a "tour" of sorts to you, so you can see for yourself how easy it is to get around Louisville. I find that to be very helpful for my buyer clients!
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We are unable to answer questions like these yet you can check with the police department in the area, google the neighborhood to see whats going on there. You have to do your home work when buying as these are discriminatory questions and whats called steering for the areas. You are the person who knows what you feel comfortable in and not... everyone is different so you must do your homework and chose if it right for you or not. Hope this helps you.... more
Per my post, you can contact he campus police department, Louisville metro police or go to the Old Lousiville neighborhood association and look at the crime map. Be vigilant, pro active and do your due diligence. Don't take someone else word for anything. check the facts.... more
Liz, my office is on 4th and Hill St. I've been in Old Louisville since 2004. Within the limits of Old Louisville, I've only witnessed petty crime- car window breaks and graffiti. Just as the others have said, I feel very safe here. The 4th Division of Louisville Metro Police is a block away and over two dozen of the officers are my personal friends. I've ridden with them throughout the years and witnessed the higher degree crimes outside of Old Louisville. As a rule of thumb, the closer you are to UofL, the higher the concentration of students and higher priced rentals. This is typical of universities across the country. The private market rents will keep just below the pace/ cost of the housing on campus. You can google crime reports from the Louisville Metro government which will show a map and type of crime report taken.... more
Two reasons for me, it has the amenities of a very large city but the feel of a small town.
And it is a melting pot, I love the people.
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