First Quarter Home Sales in Cincinnati by School Districts

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Single-family home sales through March 2024 in Greater Cincinnati.

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Real Estate is local!  While nationally home sales fell by 12% in March, Cincinnati continues to break records.

Comparing single-family home sales in a variety of school districts across Cincinnati to the same timeframe last year.

House hunting by a school district is relatively common within the greater Cincinnati real estate market.  Remember many school districts cross over from one Multiple Listing area to another. For example, the Princeton School District covers Sharonville, Springdale, Evendale, Glendale, and even parts of West Chester.

Buyers often assume that all properties within certain neighborhoods are located in the same school district- but most school districts wrap around several communities.

If the school district is your primary concern, make sure you and your agent search by the school district, not suburb codes.


The table below compares single-family home sales from 01/01/2023 to 03/31/2023 versus the same timeframe in 2024.   

Data on single-family homes were pulled from the CincyMLS:
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Greater Cincinnati single-family home sales continue (most of the time) to outpace 2023.

Hire prices and more sales during the same timeframe.  Slightly fewer sales in pricier areas may be due to less inventory or higher interest rates.  Obviously, the national trends are not hitting local real estate.

Every area and associated school district is unique.  Your Realtor® can provide a list of sale price ratios as well as absorption rates.