Ohio Rental Homes
Ohio is many times used for testing everything from products to candidates. This is because Ohio by itself has a little of everything and best represents how rest of the US will react to what is being tested.
Ohio continues to lose manufacturing jobs (auto, steel and other plants have been closing). manufacturing sector is 24% of the state's economy. Manufacturing hit its highest level at 1.4 million in 1969. Ohio now has the seventh largest state economy in the U.S., and ranks third in manufacturing gross state product. In the 80's the per capita income in Ohio had fallen well behind the national average.
Usually when the economy is good landlords will raise rent prices. The rental market is uneven around the state mostly depending on the job market of the city - who is hiring and who is closing plants. Some cities in Ohio (like Cincinnati) have been declining in population for the past 30 years therefore vacancy rates are usually higher making it tougher for landlords to raise rent prices.
Ohio has a solid history in sports. The Cincinnati Red Stockings became were the first professional baseball team in 1869. The Pro Football Hall of Fame is located in Canton.
Ohio lays claim to many firsts: first chewing gum and the hamburger. Some famous people from Ohio are: Drew Carey, Neil Armstrong, and Steven Spielberg.
The "Buckeye State" has a lot to offer for the history buff from native American grounds to Civil War sites.
People who like the outdoors, Ohio has great rivers and lakes. Hunt for turkey and deer. Families can enjoy many theme parks.