Kentucky Real Estate News
Since 1875, the horse-racing world has turned its attention to what was once a little town in Kentucky for the running of one of the most famous races in the world. If you asked anyone to name a horse race, the Kentucky Derby is probably the only one they can think of, and to the citizens of Louisville, it takes over their lives once a year. This huge event may be what brings thousands of people to the city, but for those who live there, it’s by far just one small reason why they love liviread more..
You might think Transylvania University and The Red Mile racetrack would be located in Dracula’s backyard, but they’re actually in Lexington, Kentucky. This city of some 500,000 people is the second-largest in the state, and it’s home to a wide range of people. It even has a growing LGBT community, something you might not expect to find in the south. Lexington is known for its horse racing. In addition to The Red Mile, you’ll also find the Keeneland race courses and theread more..
Louisville is known for being home to the Kentucky Derby but it also very well known for being a welcoming gay enclave in the American South. The city is treasured for its old Victorian homes as well as well as its stunning eighties style examples of post-modernism with lots of green glass and copper domed roofs. It is physically located right on the Ohio River on the border between Kentucky and Indiana and was founded way back in 1778. It is considered to be part of the rehabilitateread more..
Lexington Kentucky, the “Thoroughbred City” is located in the heart of Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region. It is quite large with a population of 305,489. Aside from being “The Horse Capital of the World” it is also one of the more educated cities with 39.5% of residents having a bachelor’s degree or more. With its abundance of technology and government jobs it was named the fourth best city for “Business and Careers” in 2011 by Forbes Mread more..
Lexington home sales rebounded strongly in the last two months compared to a year ago, according to data released this week by Property Valuation Administrator David O’Neill. Sales of homes, townhomes, condos and duplexes rose 37 percent in July compared to July 2011, and sales were up 20 percent in August. That builds on momentum that began in the first half of 2012 when home sales in Lexington showed modest increases compared to the same months in 2011. The upward trend appears to be eread more..