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Cincinnati Condo Real Estate

Choosing a Cincinnati condo for sale will provide a number of features and amenities for residents.  The county seat of Hamilton County, Ohio and the third-largest city within the state, Cincinnati is home to 296,943, according to the 2010 census.  The city was settled in 1788 and is located at the border of Ohio and Kentucky as well as within close proximity to Indiana. Cincinnati real estate is highly valued due to the number of recreational and career opportunities in the city. As a matter of fact, their park system is ranked # 4 in the country and anyone living in the city is within a mile of a park.

Cincinnati real estate features areas that are known for their historical architecture; for instance, the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. However, there has been significant development in this city over the past several years. This development includes a large number of new homes including condos.  The urban center of the city – including Northern Kentucky – is one of the places with major investments in new construction. Remodeling Magazine ranked Cincinnati number one in the “residential remodeling market” in 2011.

Choosing a Cincinnati condo for sale will allow residents a number of recreational opportunities. This city has two major sports teams, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cincinnati Reds and a tennis tournament, the Cincinnati Masters. There are many events throughout the year including the Ohio Valley Jazz Festival, the Flying Pig Marathon and the Thanksgiving Day race. The “Taste of Cincinnati” is one of the largest events held annually attracting approximately 500,000 visitors.

There are a number of major corporations located in the city providing a diverse selection for those who choose Cincinnati real estate. The Kroger Company, American Financial Group, Procter & Gamble and Chiquita Brands International are just a few in addition to many small to medium businesses.

The choice of a Cincinnati condo for sale provides home buyers with an affordable choice. Forbes magazine ranked Cincinnati #5 in “America’s Most Affordable Cities” in 2011. Students attend schools in the Cincinnati Public School District and Walnut Hills High School, one of the 16 high schools in this district was ranked 34th on Newsweek’s list of best public schools. There are also a number of private schools in the area and the city has the highest private school attendance rates in the U.S.  

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