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    Affordable apartments in Cincinnati/N. KY?

    Hey, I'm looking to relocate next month, and I was wondering if anyone knows what the current rates are for small apartments in the Cincy/N. KY area?
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    Re: Affordable apartments in Cincinnati/N. KY?

    Depends on where you want to live and how hip you want to be.
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    Re: Affordable apartments in Cincinnati/N. KY?

    I hear covington is the new Clifton... all the hipsters are moving here... depends on the neighborhood... between $475 and $650 in NKY. Checnk out apartments.com... and the Cincinnati Enquirer (there's a .com for that too, but I don't recall)
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    Re: Affordable apartments in Cincinnati/N. KY?

    Quote Originally Posted by SunDeck View Post
    Depends on where you want to live and how hip you want to be.
    I'm not picky. I just need to get my gf and I somewhere closer to her mom, who is ill, and try to find a job in the area...actually, I have a lot to do.

    Seems as though cincinnati.com and apartments.com are the same thing.
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    Re: Affordable apartments in Cincinnati/N. KY?

    Just make sure you check out Craigslist. The last three places I've lived I've found through there, and I've been pretty pleased with each.
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    Re: Affordable apartments in Cincinnati/N. KY?

    Quote Originally Posted by savafan View Post
    I'm not picky. I just need to get my gf and I somewhere closer to her mom, who is ill, and try to find a job in the area...actually, I have a lot to do.

    Seems as though cincinnati.com and apartments.com are the same thing.
    I haven't rented there in a long time, but if I were moving back and didn't have any kids to send to school I'd probably look for something that is at least a fun place to live.
    Covington, Newport, Clifton Gaslight, Mt. Lookout Square, Columbia Tusculum, Hyde Park, Mt. Adams, Oakley.
    Up the I-71 corridor also has a lot to offer, once you get past Kennedy Heights/Silverton. I like Montgomery/Blue Ash.

    I used to live in Westwood- it was a great deal, but the neighborhood is pretty stagnent- it's like this gem waiting for someone to reawaken it. And a friend lived in Mt. Washington and loved it. Like Westwood, it's cheaper.

    Lastly, one of my favorite parts of town is the area out by the little miami- Milford/Loveland. If I moved back, that's where I would look.

    Sorry, I can't help you on prices because it's been too long. And I'm sure I've missed some nice places; those are just the ones I always think of when someone asks about Cincinnati.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SunDeck View Post
    Up the I-71 corridor also has a lot to offer, once you get past Kennedy Heights/Silverton. I like Montgomery/Blue Ash.
    This area is VERY pricey. The further away from downtown you get, the more pricey it's going to get. And Blue Ash has become a traffic nightmare...
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    I'm in the process of moving to Cincinnati too. Definitely check out craigslist.


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