I'm currently looking at property in a good area with a good private school in almost walking distance. The tuition runs anywhere from 8-15K depending on what grade your child is in. Does this mean rentals are obsolete in this area? Especially if one of my arguments for buying the house as a rental is that it's next to a really good school.
You might get those parents who want to send their kids to that school, but they cannot afford both the tuition and buying a house?
Why you do not check this site - http://www.greatschools.org/ - you can find the areas with a great public schools.
The thought had crossed my mind but I wasn't sure if that was a reasonable assumption. Is that something you would do if you were in that position?
@Kyle Atans (it doesn't seem to want to make you name selectable)
I did take a look at that. And there's a decent elementary(8), middle(7), and high school(7) in the area(GreatSchools rating). I know the house is zoned for that district, but I can't tell which schools specifically the house is zoned for and if you're allowed to switch schools in the same district. (Haven't had the opportunity to have kids myself yet)
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