Cincinnati Real Estate – Northern Kentucky Homes & Condos for Sale
Welcome to my Cincinnati real estate portal – your best source for updated MLS listings for Cincinnati homes, including single family, multi family, condominiums, foreclosures, waterfront homes, new homes, lots and land, and more in Cincinnati and the surrounding areas, including Northern Kentucky, Hyde Park OH homes , Mason OH homes, Covington KY historic homes, Newport KY homes, and the surrounding areas . My web site is designed to provide you with the latest real estate market information, including a real estate search that will allow you to search for local area homes. Everything you need to know about buying or selling a home can be found here on my Web site! As the preeminent real estate professional in my community, I am dedicated to providing the finest PERSONAL service available while breaking new ground. Because the industry is becoming more sophisticated and challenging every day, you need a professional that understands the industry and is positioned to stay ahead of the game.
The Tri-state is made up of hundreds of neighborhoods. The city of Cincinnati alone, with 331,285 residents (378,000, according to Social Compact), has 52 neighborhoods, each with distinct personality and character. Glendale boasts beautiful Victorian homes and charming gaslights; Indian Hill has its sprawling estates and mansions; Wyoming its beautiful gardens and elegant homes; Mt. Adams its quaint shops and stunning river views. Residents have strong attachments to their neighborhoods. Jess & Gina Luna enjoy the lifestyle in Anderson Township, where they have lived for years. “We’re in the Forest Hills School District, which is excellent, and shopping and recreational facilities are all close by,” says Luna. “Our church, where my wife Gina is quite active, is just around the corner.” Attilio Marconi calls his Clifton neighborhood quite diverse. “It’s great that there are all kinds of people here and all sort of businesses,” he offers. “I love that I can go to Ludlow, where there are three banks, lots of specialty shops and many ethnic restaurants. I can have my Skyline Chili and then walk over to Graeter’s.”
There are some who prefer Downtown, the business and cultural center of the city. It is getting to be an appealing neighborhood for young professionals and empty-nesters who want to take advantage of city amenities. Cincinnati, Covington and Newport make up the urban core of a nine-county metropolitan region called Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area (PMSA). The region consists of approximately 2,700 square miles and includes counties in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana.