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Toledo, Ohio housing is very affordable, compared to the national sales price of $185,000 in the year 2002. In that year, the Toledo Board of Realtors reported that 7,557 homes were sold in Toledo with an average price of $127,017. The average monthly cost of renting a two-bedroom apartment in Toledo is around $500.00. Economically, Toledo is located in the heart of the industrial Midwest, with a strong base in manufacturing and automotive assembly and parts production. Forty-three percent of the U.S. industrial market and 47% of the Canadian market is located within 500 miles of Northwest Ohio.

For those thinking of relocation, Toledo has a lot to offer. Situated on Western Lake Erie, this area offers all the attributes of a large cosmopolitan city, while maintaining a small town atmosphere and charm. Toledo has lots of recreational, sporting, and cultural activities can be found year round, and the city is home to an extensive Metropark system, a nationally recognized zoo and symphony orchestra, a world-renowned museum of art, and a variety of neighborhood festivals. The Toledo Museum of Art features original works of masters in collections that run from ancient Egypt to modern-day, and a 5,000 piece glass collection that is world renowned. Sports enthusiasts don't even have to leave town to catch live action because Toledo is home to the Mud Hens minor league baseball team and the Storm minor league hockey team.

Nine hospitals are located in the Toledo area, with a total bed capacity of more than 2,600. They offer a full range of services, including specialized diagnostic, therapy and treatment centers that utilize the newest developments in medicine and technology. Area medical facilities, including a medical college, have distinguished themselves in a number of specialties and are complemented by neighborhood health care centers, specialized hospitals and clinics, nursing homes, and fitness programs. There are also over 100 private and parochial schools in Toledo/Northwest Ohio. The majorities of these schools are within Toledo and have programs for kindergarten through twelfth grade. The Ohio Department of Education requires school districts to issue 4th grade, 6th grade and 9th grade proficiency tests that focus on five key areas: citizenship, mathematics, reading, science and writing, and the Ohio Graduation Test for 10th grade students. There are approximately 24 K-12 public school districts and 56 private schools located in the Toledo region. A total of 33 colleges, universities and community colleges are within 60 miles of Toledo, accounting for one of highest such concentrations in the United States. With an enrollment of more than 71,000 undergraduate and graduate students, Northwest Ohio offers a comprehensive selection of higher education programs including nationally recognized schools of engineering, pharmacy, education, business, law and medicine. All of this combines to make Toledo a prime area for relocation, business, education and real estate investment.


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