Mason Market Information
Strategically located between I-71 and I-75, Mason is ideal for both commuters and those who work within the city limits. The city’s progressive business development program has created a thriving business community, successfully balancing high-tech corporations with attractive housing. Three of the ten largest employers in Warren County are in Mason, and fifteen of the city’s largest employers generate more than $5.3 million annually in income tax revenue.
With so many employment opportunities within the city and one of the lowest cost of living indexes in the nation, Mason is a popular location for families to live. Seven city parks provide playgrounds, sports fields, tennis courts, picnic shelters, walking trails, and fishing lakes. An expanding network of bike paths connects many areas of the city with parks, schools, and downtown. Mason is the home to many other popular entertainment venues such as Kings Island Amusement Park, The City of Mason Golf Center, and The Beach Waterpark. The Mason Community Center is one of the largest public recreation facilities in the state with two pools, a gymnasium, fitness center, and senior center.
Mason is served by the Mason City School District and the Kings Local School District. There are eight hospitals within 25 miles of Mason, and two major airports—the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and the Dayton International Airport—are about forty-five minutes away. The city has many grocery stores, specialty shops, professional service providers, and restaurants, with several large shopping centers only minutes away.
Home prices in Mason range from under $100,000 to over $2,000,000, with the average home value around $335,000. The city income tax rate of 1.12% is one of the lowest in the region.
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