It’s our pleasure to provide you with an outlook on the Cincinnati, OH real estate market & information on the types of homes for sale in Cincinnati, Ohio. The third largest city in Ohio, Cincinnati offers a wide variety of housing options for residents. In fact, it’s such a versatile city that it’s perfect for all types of homeowners – including young professionals, growing families, and happy couples with retirement on the horizon. Suburban areas of Cincinnati feature beautiful single-family homes. If you’re looking for land, we can help you find homes for sale in Cincinnati OH with enough acreage to meet your needs. For those who prefer a faster-paced environment, the Cincinnati real estate market also features townhomes and condominiums in and around the downtown area.



Cincinnati, Ohio offers plenty of private and public school options for children and teenagers. College-bound residents don’t have to look far for great higher education opportunities. The University of Cincinnati and Xavier University are among the most popular options. But don’t let those large universities deter you from buying a home in Cincinnati, OH. The universities pride themselves on their well-behaved students and beautiful campuses. Other area colleges include the Art Academy of Cincinnati, Southern Ohio College and the Ohio Center for Broadcasting. If you don’t mind a small drive, Miami University of Ohio, the Ohio State University, University of Dayton and Wright State University are all within a two-hour drive.



Don’t forget to take a peek at the local area attractions when searching homes for sale. Cincinnati, OH is nicknamed the “Queen City” – and there’s a good reason for that! The city offers many types of entertainment options. Art lovers will enjoy Aronoff Center for the Arts, while others may gravitate to local area theaters for musicals, ballets, Broadway shows and concerts. Sports fans will enjoy having the Cincinnati Reds and Cincinnati Bengals in their backyard. There are also plenty of options for history buffs and animal lovers. Thrill seekers will enjoy spending the date at King’s Island, the largest amusement and water-park in the Midwest!



Most people move around Cincinnati by car, so be sure to give yourself a little extra time if you’re driving downtown during morning and evening rush hours. Three major highways – I-71, I-74 and I-75 offer convenient access to nearby destinations. With the convenient highway access, Dayton, OH is just around 60 minutes away and it takes approximately 2 hours to reach Columbus, OH. If you prefer public transportation, two transit systems offer convenient bus transportation in downtown Cincinnati. You can also find convenient access to Amtrak, Greyhound and the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG).



If you are relocating or planing a move to Cincinnati Ohio, you’ll want to research surrounding cities to give yourself a better idea of where you want to live. Here you will find a list of cities within a 20 – 30 minute drive from Downtown Cincinnati (Central Business District).



Finding the right home for your family is more than just our job; it’s our passion. Our team of local real estate agents can help answer your questions and find a perfect place for you to call “Home” in Cincinnati. If you’d like to learn more about homes for sale in Cincinnati, OH or have questions about a particular Cincinnati Ohio real estate listing, please contact us at (937) 490-9743 or send us an e-mail at