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Moving to Ohio?

If you’re considering relocating and you’re looking to start a family, put your career into overdrive, or settle down for a while, Ohio is a great place to consider.

In bustling cities like Columbus, Cincinnati and Cleveland, you can enjoy an energetic, modern lifestyle, or you can move an hour outside of town and find yourself in Amish country, driving past horse-drawn buggies on the highway. Relocating and finding the perfect place for you is an cinch in Ohio.

 

Bridging the East and the Midwest

Thanks to its central location, Ohio enjoys many of the benefits of its neighboring states. While retaining the history of the eastern seaboard, the atmosphere of the Buckeye State is a much mellower Midwestern feel. In this low-pressure environment, many people and businesses thrive. In fact, did you know more astronauts have been born in Ohio than any other state?

Ohio features unique attractions. Cedar Point Amusement Park on the shores of Lake Erie is the world capital of roller coasters. Enthusiasts who try the sixteen different roller coasters will find their next thrill, especially on the Top Thrill Dragster, which, at 120 mph, may be the fastest ride in the world!

The Three C’s

The three largest cities in Ohio can all be a great place to rent an condo or house, and they all happen to start with C.

As the capital of Ohio, Columbus offers new residents plenty of amenities. No one will want to miss the Columbus Zoo, which rivals its San Diego counterpart for the nation’s top zoo. Columbus is also home to a thriving arts scene and the Ohio State University, one of the largest universities in the country.

Cleveland is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, and the city is known for its great concert scene. With low-priced rentals, moving to the city is hassle-free, and you may never want to leave.

Cincinnati is home to its own world-class zoo as well as museums and other cultural attractions. With a low crime rate and low rent, you may be a Bengals fan in no time.

Getting Prepared for Your Move to Ohio

After you decide where to live and are preparing to sign the lease for a property, read it over carefully before you sign. According to the Ohio State Bar Association, “a properly written lease will eliminate most of the misunderstandings and problems that commonly arise between a landlord and a tenant.” Knowing your rights as a tenant is the first step to ensuring that your Ohio adventure has a great beginning.

Renter Resources

Tenant Codes and Important Protections                         

State Housing Department                             

Ohio Tax Information                             

Ohio Transportation                               

Ohio Schools                                 

Guide for Those New To Ohio                         

Facts About Ohio Tenant Laws              

Ohio Vehicle Registration                                

Registering to Vote in Ohio