The Greater Cincinnati area provides many desirable communities in which to Live and Work.

Why the Cincinnati Area?  Let's find out!


Cincinnati often has the perception of a sleepy Midwestern city, however, it is in fact a thriving metropolitan area with plenty to offer.  It is the third largest metropolitan area in Ohio.  Families are drawn to the Greater Cincinnati area for the excellent public and private schools, as well as the numerous amenities ranging from the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens to the Cincinnati Museum Center to King's Island amusement park in the northern suburbs.  The professional sports teams, wide selection of restaurants, entertainment and local craft beer scene provide something for everybody.

The Cincinnati area is relatively affordable when compared to other metropolitan areas, especially those on either coast.  Cincinnati has a cost of living index of 88, 3% lower than the Ohio average and 12% lower than the national average.

Economists are bullish on Cincinnati.   The Greater Cincinnati region ranks 13th in the nation for Fortune 500 companies. In addition, as Cincinnati and Dayton (less than an hour to the north) continue to converge, tremendous economic expansion is taking place along the I-75 Growth Corridor in the northern suburbs of Cincinnati.

The Greater Cincinnati region provides many great areas to live.  There are sections of the city that are being revitalized such as Over-the Rhine, neighborhoods such as Oakley and Hyde Park that allow people to stay close to the city proper, and a wide range of suburban communities to choose from such as Kenwood, Loveland, West Chester and Mason.