Akron Real Estate
Akron, Ohio was Co-founded in 1825 by Simon Perkins and Paul Williams as a strategic point of Developing the Ohio and Erie Canal, it is the 119th largest city in the United Sates. Akron consists of 21 neighborhoods.
Known by many names such as: Rubber Capital of the World, Rubber City, and City of Invention; Akron is home to the Goodyear Polymer Center, LeBron James, All-American Soapbox Derby, Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens, Alcoholics Anonymous and the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Some of the free things to do in Akron are: Investigate the Akron Police Museum, Explore the Summit County Metroparks, Experience Lock 3 Live, Marvel at the Goodyear World of Rubber, Take a Turn at Akron Skate Park, Walk Your Dog at BARC Dog Park, Browse Summit Artspace Gallery, and Visit Dr. Bob's House.
Education is provided mainly by the Akron City School District to preschool, elementary, and secondary education. Akron has several private, parochial and charter schools, and is home to The University of Akron.
Population 197,542 – 2015 Census
Average Cost of Home $ $67,694