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  • The Best Value Properties in Cincinnati, OH

    By Noah Blumberg

    With home prices sharply up nationwide, it feels like a good time to look at a city that still has plenty of low-priced real estate properties that could be attractive for homebuyers or investors. Cincinnati has enjoyed steady job growth in recent years, but has not seen the huge increases in prices as many other cities have. It ranks just 178th out of 268 in that category. With only modest population growth of 4% over the last decade, this may be a window of opportunity to find a property before population growth drives demand for housing, and subsequently prices, higher. ...Read More

    Median List PriceMedian SqftMedian Lot Size(SqFt)Median HOA Fee
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    Score**PropertyZipX**TypeCap Rate*SqFtCash-On-Cash Return*Price

    665 Steiner Ave
    1.32single familyN/A1698N/A$27,000

    1018 Sturm St
    1.44single familyN/A2052N/A$38,500

    1235 Lincoln Ave
    1.90single familyN/A1637N/A$50,000

    4348 Eastern Ave
    2.54single familyN/A1856N/A$75,000

    2358 Harrison Ave Apt 24
    ***This table shows only few basic data points. Rankings are based on 22 data points and 7 calculations per property.**Find explanations of ZipX aka zip multiplier and Score here.*Cap Rate and Cash-On-Cash Return are estimations given typical inputs, not a guaranteed number.

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