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Where to Live in Dayton Ohio
Dated: April 2 2021
Where to live in Dayton Ohio
So you're thinking about moving here to Dayton, Ohio, and you're wondering where to live at. Lucky for you, we came up with the top 10 places for you to live here in the Gem City and our surrounding areas.
All right, folks. Well, let's jump right into it.
We're going to start with number 10, which is Clayton, Ohio. Now Clayton is just to the west side of the city center and Dayton, Ohio. You'll notice that it is rated A- for Public Schools, a B+ for Housing, an A for Good for Families. You'll also notice that the Cost of Living is an A-. We have a population of 13,172 at the date of this video. It's current Real Estate in a Median Home Values are around 129,9, and your average rent's going to be around 805.
All right. So let's move on to number nine, which is Tipp City. Now Tipp City is located north of the city center of Dayton. And you'll see that it is rated A for Public Schools, A- for Housing, A, Good for Families and A- for Jobs and Cost of Living. It's population is 9,912 and Median Home Values is 169,100, and your Median rent's going to be around 797.
All right, let's talk about number eight, which is Kettering. Kettering is located just south of the Dayton city center. It is rated A for Public Schools, A- for Housing, A for Good for Families and also A for Nightlife. So there's some pretty good places to go out at. You also notice that population is 55,405. Your Median Home Values is going to be around 129,700, and your Median rent is going to be around $787.
And number seven on our list is Five Points. Now, Five Points is located just to the south rather of the city center in Dayton. It is rated A for Public Schools, A for Housing, A+ for Good for Families and A+ for Jobs, which is looking out pretty good. You can also see that it's population is 1,723, and your average House Value out there is 249,700.
And number six on our list is Beavercreek. Now, Beavercreek is located just to the southeast of Dayton. Actually right below where Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is at. You'll see that it is rated A for Public Schools, A for Housing, A+ plus is Good for Families and A for the Job market out there. You also notice that there's a lot of stuff to do out there. There's a big outdoor mall, things like that, to go do with the family. Population's around 46,600, your average Home Values 186,600, and your average rent's around $1,202.
And let's talk about number five, which is Springboro. Springboro is located just south of Dayton city center. It's actually just to the east of highway 75, and you'll see that it is rated A for Public Schools, A for Housing, A+ is Good for Families and A for Jobs. You'll see also population's around 18,042. Your average Home Values is 221,700, and your Median rent's 1,122.
And number four on our list is Bellbrook. Now Bellbrook is just east of Centerville, which is just on the south eastern side of 675, which has A for Public Schools, A for Housing, A+ for Good for Families, and A for your Job market. Population is 7,174, your Median Home Values 171,000, and your Median rent is 1,065.
And number three on our list is Yellow Springs. Now, Yellow Springs is located east of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. It's a rural community out there, but you'll see that the Public Schools are an A, it's A+ which is Good for Families and A- for Jobs and A- for Health and Fitness. Your population's 3,858, your average home price out there is 219,200, and your average rent is 921.
And number two on our list is Centerville. Now Centerville is located south of Dayton city center. It is just around the same area, there at highway 75 and 675 intersect. Great thing about this area is where all the shops and the date mall, and a lot of different places are in this area. Now, as you'll notice, it is an A+ for Schools here, an A for Housing, A+ is Good for Families and A for Jobs. Its population is 23,821, it's average Home Values is 183 and your Median rent is around $886.
And that only leaves one left. Our number one on our list is Oakwood. Now, Oakwood is located just south of Dayton. It is actually the closest of the communities that we've spoken about so far. It is one of the more affluent communities out there, very modern and the area just looks fantastic. You'll see that the Public Schools are an A+, your Housing is an A, A+ for Good for Families, A for Jobs and A- for Nightlife. You'll see that the population in this area is around 9,030. Your average Home Values 239,600, and your average rent is 1,172.
So that's all that we have for you for the Where to live in Dayton, Ohio. I hope that you enjoyed!
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