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Cleveland is the second largest city of Ohio and is the seat of Cuyahoga County. Cleveland is located at the heart of a metropolitan statistical area that encompasses Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, and Medina counties. As the city is located on the Lake Erie, accounts for its immense success in a transportation, industrial and commerce center. Cleveland's contribution to the number of industrial discoveries; brought New ways in National growth and prosperity in the nineteenth century. Today Cleveland's revived central business and commercial districts complement its cultural institutions and major professional sports teams. The population record shows approximately about 461,324. Cleveland's weather from mid-November, the surface of Lake Erie freezes, usually in late January or early February. The lake effect causes snowfall too.

ECONOMY: Cleveland's location on the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie evidenced providential in the growth of the city and its industry. Cleveland experienced sudden growth after the opening of the Ohio Erie Canal, launching the city as one of the manufacturing centers of America. Steel and many other manufacturing goods are major industries. The city was hit hard by the fall of manufacturing, but the city has distributed its economy to include service-based industries. Cleveland is an organized headquarter of many large companies such as National City Corporation, Eaton Corporation, Forest city Enterprises, Sherwin-William Comapany and KeyCorp. NASA manages the facility in Cleveland, the Glenn Research Center. One of the largest law firm is Jones Day and its Cleveland office retains as the firm's largest.

EDUCATION: Cleveland is base of the number of colleges and universities. Most outstanding among these is 'Case Western Reserve University', a world-renowned research and teaching institution located in University Circle. “Case” is a private university, its a top rated university in Ohio, 37th rank is given by U.S. News & World Report and it holds several top-ranked graduate programs. University Circle is also posses the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Cleveland Institute Of Music and Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. The only District in Ohio ' the Cleveland School District' is under direct control of the mayor, who appoints a School Board. It is the biggest K-12 district in the state with 127 schools and around 69,500 students enrolled for the academic year 2005-06.

Sports Club: Soccer, Super Bowl, NFL, Basketball.

Real Estate: The market of real estate in Cleveland is currently "soft" but homes are still getting sold. Presently in Chesterland the average list price is $332,297-med price $250,000. Mayfield Hight has average list price of $180,556 and median price of $160,000. Cleveland Hts. average list is $179,368, med $142,000 and average selling is $150,000. The market is favoring the customers as the sellers are selling out the homes at concessions asked by buyers.

 

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