Ohio Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Ohio (OH)

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Largest Cities in Ohio

Excellent apartment rentals can be found throughout Columbus, Ohio, which is the most populous city in the state. Large urban communities like Cincinnati and Cleveland also have plenty apartments listed at reasonable prices. In Ohio, the biggest cities offer housing that’s often fully equipped to meet a wide range of rental needs.

Other Large Cities in Ohio

While the largest of Ohio’s cities boast plenty of great deals on rental units, the small urban centers in the state also provide apartment searchers with wonderful opportunities. Sizeable urban centers like Springfield, Mentor, and Newark offer many reasonably priced apartments.

 

Average November Rental Rates in Ohio


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $661 (-346)
One Bedroom $649 (-309)
Two Bedroom $811 (-371)
Three Bedroom $1,062 (-413)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Ohio Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Ohio $811 -
West Virginia $840 (29)
Indiana $781 (-30)
Virginia $1353 (542)
Kentucky $787 (-24)
Pennsylvania $1164 (353)
 

Rental Trends in Ohio


Month Rent Change
June $791 -
July $793 (2)
August $787 (-6)
September $793 (6)
October $791 (-2)
November $811 (20)
 

Information about Ohio

People in Ohio can find excellent apartments on the market in many of the state’s communities. The housing options run the gamut in this Midwestern state and many excellent rental-units can be found at affordable prices.

An estimated 11.5 million people live in Ohio, which is one of the largest states by total population. Columbus is Ohio’s capital city, as well as its largest urban center. Although Columbus has the largest city proper, its metro area is smaller than the metro areas of Cleveland and Cincinnati. The state of Ohio has a diverse economy with strong science, technology, and manufacturing sectors. Trade, transportation and utilities comprise the largest industry. Ohio also is home to several top colleges and universities, including Ohio State University at Columbus.

Ohio also is an excellent place to find entertainment, recreational activities, and popular attractions. Aside from the dining, shopping, and nightlife experiences that you can get in many of Ohio’s communities, residents and visitors can explore major destinations, including two of the largest amusement parks in North America: Kings Island in Mason, and Cedar Point in Sandusky. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland also is a well-visited destination, year after year. And, while outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy a number of protected land areas, sports fan can follow a number of professional teams, including the Cincinnati Bengals NFL football team.