The Top 10 Highest Priced Apartment Buildings For Sale Today In The Greater Cincinnati Area
The Top Ten Most Expensive Apartment Buildings In Greater Cincinnati
The Greater Cincinnati area has been getting a lot of attention from out of state and even out of country investors looking for multi-family apartment buildings in order to build their cash flow empire. With prices being paid for buildings in the Greater Cincinnati area investors can find their dollars generating more cash flow in Cincinnati than in many other large markets around the United States. Check out some of the most expensive multi-family listings available on the market today as well as learn more about the locations they are in. If you want to learn more about the cash flow possibilities of any particular property be sure to get in contact today with a local Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Real Estate agent. (This list focuses on multi-family buildings in one location as opposed to a listing of a portfolio of property spread around the city that are listed for sale as a package deal.)
Settled in 1788 Cincinnati metropolitan area is one of the 28th largest economies in the US. Home to such major corporations such as Kroger, Procter and Gamble, Great American Insurance and more it has a population of approximately 2.1 million people. Being so close to other major cities makes Cincinnati a great place for those looking for work or low cost of living housing.
Located in the Northern part of Kentucky it is close to the Cincinnati metropolitan area. It was settled in the early 1800s.
Named after the Biblical city of Hebron it was established in 1858. The Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky International Airport is located in Hebron. Amazon and Wayfair also maintain a presence in Hebron.
Hyde Park, Cincinnati, Ohio
Hyde Park was established in 1892 and named after New York’s Hyde Park area. The City of Cincinnati annexed Hyde Park in 1903. Forbes named Hyde Park, Cincinnati as one of America’s Best Neighborhoods in 2010. Hyde Park Square boasts being one of Cincinnati’s oldest gathering places. The Square has over 175 shops, restaurants, services, events and more.
Located in Warren County Lebanon was first settled in 1796. Lebanon covers 12.97 square miles and is located north east of Cincinnati. See more Lebanon, OH real estate listings.
Located north east of Cincinnati Oxford is home to Miami University, a private univesity in Ohio. Student housing options abound in this area and for the investor seeking student housing in a area outside of Cincinnati Oxford is a great place to look.
Price Hill, Ohio
Settled in the mid 1800s the Price Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati is to the west of downtown Cincinnati.
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This list is subject to change based on properties getting sold or price changes.
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I work in the following Greater Cincinnati, OH and Northern KY areas: Alexandria, Amberly, Amelia, Anderson Township, Cincinnati, Batavia, Blue Ash, Covington, Edgewood, Florence, Fort Mitchell, Fort Thomas, Hebron, Hyde Park, Indian Hill, Kenwood, Madeira, Mariemont, Milford, Montgomery, Mt. Washington, Newport, Newtown, Norwood, Taylor Mill, Terrace Park, Union Township, and Villa Hills.