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Introducing Cincinnati, Ohio
We love Cincinnati, Ohio and are happy to bring its residential rental offerings rentals to you. There are 243 neighborhoods in Cincinnati. Local residents find out this is a fantastic area to call home. Apartment shoppers choose Cincinnati with consideration of many factors including what they can afford, and proximity to work and play. Also considered are schools, parks, and the lifestyle they can enjoy here. This is your local resource guide for renters for this area. Let's see if we can help you find next rental. We are happy to present 4,573 apartment complexes ready for move-in in this town.
Our team compares millions of points of data to bring you our detailed rental search system called 'Lifestyle ratings', composed of rentals in cities and towns across the United States, including Cincinnati. Our Lifestyle Ratings help you zero-in on the perfect place to call home. This takes in many factors including our Star Ratings to compare for convenient access to the outdoors, luxury amenities, pet-friendly features, family-friendliness, proximity to transit, and more. Use Lifestyle Search in the site filter options on this page - and find your Perfect place!
Getting Around Cincinnati
Rated by WalkScore as 'semi-car-dependent', this area is one where you will want to have a automobile available. With roads and sidewalks layed out as they are and walkable sidewalks here, residents who so desire can be fairly independent without having to use their car or truck for some daily needs and shopping outings.
When looking at riding a mountain bike or road bike, this municipal area is fairly good. Cincinnati has a mid-level ranking by BikeScore. BikeScore includes having designated bike lanes, having a plethora of bikeable destinations, and individual feedback from thousands of avid bike riders.
Schools in Cincinnati, OH
When you have students in the family, choosing a location with favorable education opportunities is important. Many parents choose their home and apartment based on the schools zoned for that property address. Ask about attendence zones for schools during your leasing process.
Take a look at Hughes STEM High School, the highest-rated high school in this area. The highest-rated middle school in this city is Norwood Middle School with a GreatSchools Rating of 5/10. For younger school-age children check out Rockdale Academy Elementary School, the highest-rated elementary school in this municipal area. University of Cincinnati is in this town.
Cincinnati Points of Interest
Cincinnati Zoo is in the area. This city contains ZIP 45202.
Pet Friendly Apartments
For families with pets, 'pet friendly' multifamily communities have been built here.
Cincinnati Rental Pricing
An apartment home in this town is on the average $1,625. The average home rent in Cincinnati is $2,124. A rental apartment unit in this city costs from $250 to $6,200. As an average rent for a studio apartment in this city is $1,110, and has a range from $540 to $1,769. One bedroom apartments average $1,346 and range from $250 to $6,200. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $1,731 and ranges from $625 to $5,200. As an average rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in this area costs you $1,778, and has a range from $550 to $3,580. Four bedroom (and larger) apartments average $1,401 and range from $550 to $3,200.
Low Income / Section 8 in Cincinnati
This town offers low income apartment communities to rent. 'Low income' multifamily communities are subsidized apartments for rent that have qualifying criteria (primarily income limits) that must be met in order to apply. Our research shows this part of Cincinnati may be a great place to look for your next place.
Beyond official 'low-income' housing, 'naturally-occuring affordable housing' (NOAH) apartment units for rent are available. These are apartment units that do not have income restrictions, but are driven by natural market conditions and can be found at low cost.
Frequently Asked Questions about Cincinnati
How much are Studio apartments in Cincinnati?
The pricing for 139 Studio Apartments in Cincinnati currently ranges from $540 to $1,800 with an average price of $1,110.
What is the current price range for One Bedroom Cincinnati Apartments for rent?
Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in Cincinnati ranges from $250 to $6,200 with an average monthly rent of $1,346.
What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in Cincinnati cost?
The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in Cincinnati range from $625 to $5,200. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $1,730.
How expensive are Cincinnati Three Bedroom Apartments?
There are currently 346 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in Cincinnati on ApartmentHomeLiving.com. The pricing ranges from $550 to $3,683 - averaging $1,778 for the location.