what is the best area for schools, low crime?

Asked by Susan K Troup, Louisville, KY Mon Dec 31, 2007

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Pam Winterba…, Agent, Danville, VA
Mon Dec 31, 2007

You may want to check with greatschools.net for specific information. Good luck and happy new year.
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Timothy Osbo…, Agent, Florence, KY
Tue Apr 22, 2008
Please search the following website for school information and community profiles.
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Joseph Barak…, , Allentown, PA
Thu Apr 10, 2008
check with your local association for neighborhood statistics and provide the clients with the info and let them make the decision to avoid steering.
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Linda Ellswo…, Home Seller, 40031
Thu Apr 10, 2008
Oldham County is the best school district in the Louisville area -- bar none. Most of Oldham County is low crime. We're selling our home is a wonderful neighborhood that is very safe in great schools. My husband's job is transferring him to TN, so we are reluctantly selling. Please visit our website, but if you're not in the market right now, keep looking in this area. In LaGrange you'll get the most "bang for your buck." Good Luck!
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Larry Reaves, , 40222
Wed Jan 30, 2008
The Louisville area has lots of choices from public schools to private schools.

I am prohibited from discussing specific schools and crime statictics because you need to seek advice from either the Metro Poilce or the school system of your choice.

I will say that resale values in Louisville are strongest east of I65. The majority of development is in the eastern parts of the city. There is also significant growth in the condominium market around the downtown area of the city. Lots of development is planned in the downtown areas from museums to reatail as well as residential.

Lots of good choices. Oldham County is one of the more expensive areas surrounding the Louisville area.
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Tom Cox, Agent, Louisville, KY
Tue Jan 29, 2008
No doubt, the absolute overall best place is Oldham County. Your specific needs might require another location, but based on schools (public, private or parochial), extremely low violent crime (there will always be some theft, white collar, and unfortunately now meth labs), superior medical, shopping, home values, and overall quality of life Oldham County just wins hands down.
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