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KY Property Management

KY Property Management & Rentals

A Property Manager based in Lexington, KY

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Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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Apartments in Georgetown are a bit cheaper on average than the national average for a town/city. The typical rental price here is around $850 a month, but can vary. The national median was at $950 the last time I checked. Check the MyApartmentMap rental data if you want more info: a one bedroom -- $606, two bedroom -- $708, and $952 for three. These are all averages that you can see on the site. Just keep in mind that even if you’re looking for something cheaper than the average doesn’t mean you can’t find it.

 
Pet Friendly

Pet Friendly

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You don’t have to worry about going to great lengths to find pet friendly apartments in Georgetown. Take a look at the Haverford Place, the Mill at Georgetown, and Derby Hills. These three places are some of the best pet friendly buildings in the area. The Scott County Dog Park offers pup owners a chance to take their dog out to exercise and play. And, of course, there are pet care necessities offered in town.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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If you rent in Nicholasville, the deal will include access to sixteen parks as you will be a resident of the city. You can grill and enjoy a picnic with friends and family at the Clint Hayden Park, take the kids to the water play areas at Riney B Park or the playground at Rock Fence Park. You should enjoy the great outdoors of Kentucky as often as you can, and Nicholasville has the recreational amenities to allow you to do so.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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The way to Lexington from Nicholasville is a straight shot on US Route 27. One road, eleven miles... it’s a very easy commute. So if you have a job in the city, definitely consider renting in Nicholasville. And if you do rent here, you should invest in a car. There is virtually no way to get to Lexington any other way unless you want to walk. Public transit isn’t really offered, and there aren’t enough bike routes to make it an everyday mode of commuting.

 
Schools & Education

Schools & Education

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Lexington ranks very high in education amongst its residents: 13th in the U.S. for its literacy rate, named the tenth most educated US city by the US Census Bureau, and of residents older than 25, 22% have a bachelor’s degree and 11% have a master’s. Part of the educated population can be attributed to the city being home to the University of Kentucky, the largest university in the state, and Transylvania University, the oldest in the state.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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During the Recession, Lexington’s economy was hit like everyone else’s, but was consistently more stable than other cities. For example, in 2008, the unemployment rate was just 5.4%. The city has jobs in education (The University of Kentucky is the city’s largest employer), Fortune 500 jobs (Hewlett Packard, Lexmark International, Affiliated Computer Services), and corporate jobs (Tempur-Pedic is based here; UPS and Amazon.com also have bases here), to name a few areas. In 2011 Forbes ranked Lexington fourth in the US for cities with the best businesses and careers. It has also been named one of the best cities for young professionals by Kiplinger.

 

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