Ohio Apartments For Rent
Apartments for rent in Ohio are much less expensive than the national average. The price of a studio averages $489 per month, which is $511 below the national average and a difference of 51 percent. The price of a one-bedroom averages $585 per month, which is $278 below the national average and a difference of 32 percent.
Larger Ohio apartment rentals follow the same trends. The price of a two-bedroom averages $1247 per month, which is $191 above the national average.
Larger Ohio apartments for rent follow the same trends. The price of a two-bedroom averages $682 per month, which is $367 less the national average and a difference of 35 percent. The price of a three-bedroom averages $929 per month, which is $384 below the national average and a difference of 29 percent.
If you're searching for apartments for rent in Ohio you should know that the trends vary depending on which city or county you're looking at. The most expensive Ohio apartment rental is in Beachwood, followed by New Albany, Westlake and Dublin. The cheapest Ohio apartments for rent are in Maumee, followed by Berea, Sylvania, and Middletown.
At the beginning of the 1960’s Ohio was one of the leading industrial centers in the country, producing iron, steel, copper and automobile parts. But the end of the American manufacturing boom led to a severe economic decline in Ohio and other states in the so-called “Rust Belt.” Today, Ohio is still mostly a manufacturing state but white collar jobs have been on the rise for the past two decades. The state is considered one of the best corporate climates in the country and is home to major corporations like Proctor & Gamble, Goodyear, and Firestone.
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