2721 Erie Ave.

Cincinnati, Ohio

513 533 8081


Can You Help?

Over the past couple days we had 10 people reach out online that were just matched to do their residency in Cincinnati. Their start date is June, and they are online searching for a place to live amidst this housing inventory shortage. Once they start in June, their schedule will be very demanding so now is their only opportunity to search. We are trying to facilitate housing for some of these much need medical professionals coming to our area. If you or anyone you know has a property that might fit this criteria, please reach out to us:

  • Home to sell in the price range of $150,000-$350,000.
  • Home that will be available for rent in the range of $1,500-$3,000/month.
  • Located with a commute time around 15 minutes from Clifton.

Specific requests:
“We currently live in Corryville and are looking to move up 71 (somewhere easy access to the highway). We are willing to go as far north as the Kenwood area, but would prefer Oakley in particular. We are wanting a single family home, townhome, or condo. 2+ bedrooms and 2+ bathrooms (but could deal with 1 bathroom if in an ideal location). We would also like off-street parking, washer/dryer on site (or hookups), and a dishwasher. I will be a medical resident at UC and my fianc√© is a CPA. Our budget is flexible.”

“We are looking for a 2+ bedroom, at least 1500sq feet, ample yard for our dog (dog friendly). Ideally within 25 mins of Cincinnati children’s since that is where both my husband and I will be working. Let me know if you have anything!”

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