Cincinnati created a plan to buy homes in bulk to keep them cheap

Cincinnati is working on a counterattack to skyrocketing housing and rental costs by purchasing almost 200 single-family homes that came on the market this year.

In a bold move, Cincinnati’s Port Authority and outbid 12 large real estate investors and plan to use their acquisitions to rent homes at an affordable price and transition renters into owners.

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