Relocating to Louisville

Find a Beautiful Home in Louisville, KY


Why Louisville?

Louisville, KY is a unique community that boasts many larger-city benefits–namely job opportunities, fast transportation, easy-access healthcare, cosmopolitanism, entertainment and social networking–while, at the same time, embodying the innumerous benefits of the massive rural regions that dot our premises. Louisville is distinguished because it contains both bustling cities and bluegrass fields, both ethnic diversity and local charm, and both high-end malls and hiking trails. With a low cost of living and a stable economy, our fair city attracts new business in a variety of fields; those of which include tech, healthcare, and transportation.

To some, Louisville is only known as the home of the Kentucky Derby and the occasional concerts at the KFC Yum Center, but there’s certainly a lot more to Louisville than that! You’ll find an extensive parks system, hundreds of nationally acclaimed restaurants, lots of wonderful housing communities here, and most attractively of all, we welcome you with good old fashioned southern hospitality. There really is a lot to love about Louisville, KY.

 Contact Rick Shaw Realtors today and let us help you find the perfect home in Louisville to suit your unique needs. We can’t wait to work with you!

Explore These Interesting Louisville Facts


Partners for Livable Communities selected Louisville as one of America’s Most Livable Communities.

  • Louisville’s Kaelin’s restaurant is the birthplace of the cheeseburger. On the first menu it appeared on in October 1934, it was priced at only 15 cents

  • The first human hand transplant in the U.S. was performed in Louisville by Kleinert, Kutz, and Associates

  • Two of the three top-selling vehicles in the U.S. are manufactured in Louisville – the Ford F series pickup and the Ford Explorer SUV

  • Louisville has one of the most extensive metropolitan park systems in the country. It was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, an architect of New York’s Central Park

  • UPS World Port is the world’s largest distribution air cargo transportation center, and it’s located here at Louisville International Airport

  • Louisville is one of only 12 U.S. cities with a resident professional opera, theater, orchestra, and ballet