If you want to find out more about a local real estate market, then you have head to the right place...
Hilliard, OH -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/16/2012 -- As we continue into 2012, Realtor Sandy Bakst, who is licensed in both Ohio and Kentucky, and sells Single Family Homes, Condominiums, Investment property, Equestrian estates, and other types of Cincinnati Real Estate and Northern Kentucky homes and condos for sale, sees some great buying opportunities going forward this year. There has never been a better time for buying a home, as interest rates are at historic lows and unless a seller really prices their home to sell, most sellers are not getting their asking price, which is great for the buyer.
Since the current economic situation has had repercussions on all industries, including the real estate market, it is not as easy to sell property nowadays as it used to be. If you want to find out more about a local real estate market, then you have head to the right place which means clicking on the right targeted websites with up to date info 24/7 today. And for the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area, this means bookmarking and using real realtor Sandy Bakst’s sites at: www.cincihomesforsale.com and www.sandybakst.com .
Cincinnati, the third largest city in Ohio, has a population of a little under 300,000 people and 156 neighborhoods. The Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky metropolitan area, also called the Greater Cincinnati, is a metropolitan area that includes counties in the states of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. For people who are thinking about relocating to this Greater Cincinnati area, they will find helpful info like the following plus a lot more on Bakst’s websites to help with their investment decision-making:
- The area boasts a large variety of real estate opportunities from historical mansions, to riverside houses, modern condos and more.
- The real estate market in the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky metropolitan area has evolved a lot during the past few years. In the past, when Cincinnati was mostly an industrial town, there were neighborhoods for blue-collar workers, which were more cramped and had mostly wooden houses, and luxurious neighborhoods for the more privileged. The once cramped and humble neighborhoods have now undergone an impressive revamping process, and numerous classy townhouses and modern apartments have been built.
- Prices in the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky area vary a lot, depending on the neighborhood and the type of house. Some of the most expensive neighborhoods include Mason, Downtown Cincinnati, Hyde Park, and many areas in Northern Kentucky.
- The average price for a family house is approximately $192.000. Townhouses can be a little more expensive, at about $210.000. For those interested renting or leasing, the average price for the area is approximately $550 per month.
- The great thing about living in the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky area is that the cost of living is significantly lower than in the rest of the USA.
- In terms of facilities, there are 17 colleges, university and technical schools which serve the Greater Cincinnati area. The city of Cincinnati is also serviced by more than 13 hospitals and other medical facilities, including Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, which is in the top five pediatric hospitals in the USA.
- In terms of population, Cincinnati is a rather eclectic city, welcoming people from all walks of life and heritages. The Carthage neighborhood is preferred by Hispanics, while Avondale and Bond Hill have a rich African American heritage. University students tend to prefer to live in Clifton Heights, while artists and freelancers are more drawn to the North side.
For more information, and if you are looking to buy or sell property in the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky metropolitan area, visit: http://www.sandybakst.com & http://www.cincihomesforsale.com . The info there will present a well-rounded panorama of the current real estate situation in this American Midwest area.
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