The Cincinnati Business Courier released a report this week that ranks Greater Cincinnati school district’s for their property values and return on investment.
In a new ranking by RE/Max of Southern Ohio, Kings was ranked #2 only behind Forest Hills. The ranking was created based on home sale prices in communities served by the top public high schools in the area according to U.S. News & World Report. The report states that Kings has an average home sale price of $248,949. Sale prices have increased by 8% from a year ago.
“Choosing a home near a well-rated school is almost always a good investment,” said Jeanette Schneider, senior vice president, RE/MAX of Southern Ohio. “Given the limited housing inventory throughout Cincinnati, finding the perfect home near a high-ranked school may be a challenge. These homes will sell fast, especially if they are well priced. Buyers need to be prepared to act quickly when the right home hits the market.”
Kings High School was recently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a Best High School for 2016. KHS ranked #460 out of more than 28,000 high schools in the nation, earning them a spot in the top 3% in the country. Additionally, KHS is ranked #15 in the state of Ohio and the #1 high school in Warren County.
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