Cincinnati & Dayton, Ohio

Metro population:

2.2 M

Median Home Income:

$ 57,000

Unemployment rate:


Median House Price:

$ 115,000

Median monthly rent:

$ 1,100

Located on the northern banks of the Licking and Ohio River junction, Cincinnati is the third-largest city in Ohio and the 65th-largest city in the United States. Cincinnati was also the first major American city founded after the American Revolution, which is why it is sometimes thought of as the first purely “American” city. It was one of Winston Churchill's favorite US cities. He called it, "… the most beautiful of the inland cities of the union."

In recent years, Cincinnati has become a popular destination for new and relocating corporate headquarters, including 10 Fortune 500 companies and 17 Fortune 1000 companies. Some of the more well known of these companies include: Procter & Gamble, The Kroger Company, Macy's, Inc., and General Electric. Today, the Cincinnati metro area is recognized as one of the nation's 25 fastest developing regions (according to the Brookings Institution) with a Gross Metro Product of $ 119 Billion.

Today, the Cincinnati metro area is recognized as one of the nation's 25 fastest developing regions (according to the Brookings institution) with a Gross Metro Product of $ 119 Billion.

Why invest here?

With the cost of living and housing still below the national average, Cincinnati offers great opportunities for real estate investors this year. Especially for those who are looking to invest in REAL Income Properties ™ that'll produce positive monthly cash flow and have a strong chance of steady appreciation.

  • “# 2 City to Buy Home for Best Rental Return” - CNBC
  • "# 5 in America's Most Affordable Cities" - Forbes
  • “# 2 Best City to Build a Green Career” - Good Call
  • “# 9 Best City to Raise a Family” - Forbes
  • “# 10 Best City for Commuters” - Trulia
  • “# 13 Best City for New Grads” - Good Call
  • "One of 15 US Cities' Emerging Downtowns" - Forbes
  • “Steady Widespread Growth Continues” - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
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Lior Lustig Chief Executive - The Realestate Investor Forum

Lior Lustig has been an experienced real estate investor active in the field in Israel and the US since 2007. Lior has extensive experience in the acquisition and management of single and multifamily properties.
Lior currently runs The Real Estate Investor Forum, which owns a real estate brand and interest, the Facebook group and the “Real Estate Forum USA” site. Lior is versatile in a wide variety of investment markets in the United States and provides solutions to investors through the company.