Richest Communities in Ohio and Kentucky

The Business Journals On Numbers, an affiliate with the American City Business Journals, has published a report of the richest communities in the United States. In Ohio, Indian Hill Village ranked #1, Terrace Park ranked #6 and Amberley Village came in at #10.  In Kentucky, Lakeside Park ranked #6, Union was #7 and Villa Hills ranked at #10.

Want to know what the richest community is in the United States? It’s Hidden Hills, California with 87.5% of their households earning more than $150,000.

Here is the On Numbers database search of the richest communities throughout the United States.

Housing Recovery

Rob Sibcy, president of Sibcy Cline Realtors

An interesting article about the housing market appeared in the Enquirer on May 22, 2011 detailing the increases or decreases in median home prices for Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky .

Rob Sibcy, president of Sibcy Cline Realtors®, was quoted in this analysis piece: “Sibcy says he believes 2011 overall will show improvement over 2010 – in spite of an artificial boost in prices and sales helped by the tax credits last year. ‘Slowly, we are coming out of this,’ he says. ‘2012 and 2013 will be much better.'”

These areas were noted for having increases in home prices since 2006:

Northern Kentucky
Fort Mitchell – 24.11%
Bellevue – 9.10%
Union – 1.11%
Hebron – 5.81%

Greater Cincinnati
Franklin – 2.33%
South Lebanon – 20.41%
Oakley – .66%
Mt. Lookout – 3.91%
Madeira – 4.23%
Kenwood – 6.51%
Hyde Park –  7.52%