Topic: Cincinnati Metro

What are some of the local attractions for renters in Central Cincinnati?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you are an animal enthusiast who is looking for an excuse to spend every available weekend cavorting with chimps, matching the wicked stares of caged lions, or reveling in the towering height of giraffes, consider a move to the Avondale neighborhood in Cincinnati, home to the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden. Apartments in Central […]

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Are there any fun areas within 50 miles of Cincinnati to rent?

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According to residents of Carlisle, Ohio, the aliens have landed—and they’re building homes. The best part about the story is that you don’t have to be a UFO enthusiast (or even a died-in-the-wool true believer) to be able to appreciate one of Carlisle’s most interesting roadside attractions: the Futuro double flying saucer house, which has […]

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Is it possible to get an apartment with bad credit?

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Hopeful renters with less than stellar credit histories may find themselves coming up against roadblocks in their attempts at finding housing. Property owners and apartment complexes routinely run credit checks on applicants; credit histories marred by bankruptcy, foreclosure, and public liens are usually the first to be screened out. If you’re one of these people, […]

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Are there any suburban areas outside of Cincinnati that are comparable in rental price?

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New residents to the greater Cincinnati metropolitan area may find interest in Mason, one of the fastest growing cities in the southwestern end of Ohio. Just 18 miles from the big city, Mason is a bedroom community with a population just under 30,000. With an average home value hovering around $215,000, property values are expected […]

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What area of Cincinnati is best for historic architecture?

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Cincinnati, Ohio’s third largest city, is rich in history, and has many claims to fame. Baseball fans love it for being home to the Cincinnati Reds; and ardent football fans find reason to exist in the Cincinnati Bengals. But set within its historic Over-the-Rhine district is an attraction of equal, and some might say far […]

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What are some of the towns west of Cincinnati along the Ohio River?

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Big city life wears thin for some after a few decades. If you’ve lived in Cincinnati all your life and are looking to get out, it may come as a surprise to learn that you don’t have to go that far outside of the city to find a good number of lightly populated townships and […]

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Are there any income based apartments in the Cincinnati area?

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Online rental property searches aren’t just for people who can afford to take their pick of the crop without regard to cost—quite the contrary. Using an online search engine that’s equipped to take factors like income restrictions and Section 8 eligibility into consideration can help you find affordable housing in a way that a diligent […]

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What are some tips to finding a reliable landlord?

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One of the great benefits of apartment living is the lack of responsibility—not when it comes to paying your rent or behaving like a conscientious neighbor, but when it comes to issues such as performing general maintenance and fixing broken appliances. But if you’ve ever lived in an apartment before, or if you’ve ever known […]

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Can I find a nice apartment in Northeast Cincinnati that will accept me with a bad credit or eviction history?

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Renters in Cincinnati with poor credit or previous evictions may find themselves facing an uphill battle when looking for a new apartment. However, not everyone with a checkered rental history is guaranteed to face outright rejection. Having a lease co-signer, renting from a private owner, or offering to put down double the security deposit can […]

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How can I find the cheapest apartments in Cincinnati?

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When cheap is chief and cutting corners means the difference between three square meals a day and going hungry, you’d be surprised at what you can find when looking for some of the lowest priced apartments Cincinnati. If you’re willing to forgo some amenities in favor of the lowest price around, you can make a […]

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