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623 Apartments for rent in Lebanon, OH

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Lebanon West Apartments
108 Rough Way
Lebanon, OH
2 Bedrooms
$985
Last updated December 3 at 09:08 PM
2BR 2BA - No Pets Allowed (RLNE2833368)
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Redwood Lebanon
870 Franklin Rd.
Lebanon, OH
2 Bedrooms
$1,352
1273 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:07 PM
Redwood Lebanon is where you'll find the single-story apartment you've been looking for. Live in a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, pet-friendly home with an attached garage.
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Deerfield Crossing Apartments
1111 Deerfield Rd
Lebanon, OH
2 Bedrooms
$825
886 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:07 PM
Deerfield Crossing apartments offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
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5 Units Available
Water's Bend Apartments
350 Sycamore Ln
South Lebanon, OH
1 Bedroom
$1,130
865 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,310
1114 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:07 PM
Basketball court, party deck and round-the-clock fitness center available in this pet-friendly community. Roomy apartments have central air, crown molding and fully equipped kitchens. Proximity to I-71 super convenient for commuters.
Results within 5 miles of Lebanon
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10 Units Available
Island Club
7411 Clubhouse Dr
Maineville, OH | Landen
2 Bedrooms
$1,080
1000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:51 PM
Minutes from I-71 and area dining and shopping. These luxury apartments feature full-size washer and dryer connections, open kitchens, and cathedral ceilings. Resort-like swimming pool, fitness center, and clubhouse available.
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11 Units Available
Palmera Apartments
6965 Palmera Dr
Mason, OH
1 Bedroom
$1,185
953 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,380
1236 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 07:51 PM
Near area grocery stores, entertainment, and schools. Apartments feature climate-controlled, secured buildings, wood-grain floors, and chef-ready kitchens. On-site resort-like pool, cyber cafe, and coffee bar. Near I-75 and I-71.
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23 Units Available
Nantucket
3569 Nantucket Cir
Loveland, OH | Landen
1 Bedroom
$1,020
667 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,425
1253 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,985
1578 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:51 PM
Designer kitchens with GE stainless steel appliances, islands, and abundant natural light. Designer cabinetry with glass curios. Community amenities include putting green, shuffleboard table, basketball and volleyball courts. Pet friendly.
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6 Units Available
Falls at Landen
7401 Landen Falls Dr
Maineville, OH | Landen
1 Bedroom
$1,266
950 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,478
1270 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,789
1360 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:51 PM
A short distance from I-71 and Columbia Road. Homes feature a gas fireplace, a modern kitchen with appliances and a private patio or deck. Community includes a pub, a pool and a playground.
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46 Units Available
Hopkins Commons
7856 S State Route 48
Maineville, OH
Studio
$905
459 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,005
691 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,280
973 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:38 PM
The people and organizations behind a more than $26 million development in Warren County hope to create a lifelong village, or intergenerational community they say will be the first of its kind in the region.
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7 Units Available
Mason Grand
5550 Club Park Drive
Mason, OH
1 Bedroom
$1,200
766 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,430
1179 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1636 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 03:36 PM
This modern community features a fitness studio, covered parking, and a resort-style hot tub. Near U.S.-127 and Hyatt Place Lansing Towne Center. Fantastic views. Homes include a balcony or patio, energy-efficient appliances and washers/dryers.
1 Unit Available
1850 Greentree Meadows Drive
1850 Greentree Meadows Drive
Warren County, OH
4 Bedrooms
$2,045
2683 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:45 PM
This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience. Apply, schedule a self-tour, or get on a waiting list for Coming Soon homes; review our resident qualifications; or see more homes at www.firstkeyhomes.
1 Unit Available
5312 Venetian Way
5312 Venetian Way
Warren County, OH
4 Bedrooms
$1,825
2253 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:45 PM
This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience. Apply, schedule a self-tour, or get on a waiting list for Coming Soon homes; review our resident qualifications; or see more homes at www.firstkeyhomes.
1 Unit Available
6014 Driftwood Court
6014 Driftwood Ct
Warren County, OH
4 Bedrooms
$1,845
2572 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:45 PM
This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience. Apply, schedule a self-tour, or get on a waiting list for Coming Soon homes; review our resident qualifications; or see more homes at www.firstkeyhomes.
1 Unit Available
5606 Beechtree Lane
5606 Beechtree Lane
Warren County, OH
4 Bedrooms
$2,265
2278 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:45 PM
This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience. Apply, schedule a self-tour, or get on a waiting list for Coming Soon homes; review our resident qualifications; or see more homes at www.firstkeyhomes.
1 Unit Available
3426 Hidden Falls Ct
3426 Hidden Falls Court
Warren County, OH | Landen
3 Bedrooms
$2,400
1800 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:18 PM
Impeccably maintained end-unit in a quiet community! Prime location right off the highway so you can cut down on your daily commute to work.
1 Unit Available
6183 Isleworth Lane
6183 Isleworth Court
Warren County, OH
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
2346 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:50 PM
This spacious two story home sits on 0.34 acre lot on a cul-de-sac street in Deerfield township (no city income tax).
1 Unit Available
605 Lindemann Lane
605 Lindemann Drive
Mason, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
Last updated December 3 at 08:50 PM
Beautiful renovated home in the heart of Mason, right downtown! Walk to restaurants, stores and nearby shops and enjoy the charm. Fresh paint, brand new carpet, new tub and all appliances stay for the new tenant to use. Single car garage.
1 Unit Available
3145 Crooked Tree Drive
3145 Crooked Tree Drive
Mason, OH
4 Bedrooms
$2,600
Last updated December 3 at 08:50 PM
Large 4 bedroom home located in The Crooked Tree subdivision in Mason. The home has been updated with all new paint, carpet, lighting, and a full basement. Lease terms are 2600 for a 12 month lease. 2500 for a 18 month lease.
1 Unit Available
3624 Madison Grace Way
3624 Madison Grace Way
Warren County, OH
5 Bedrooms
$2,300
4133 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Luxury Lease Purchase - Property Id: 397147 Subletting a Beautiful Wilson Farms property. This floor plan has over 1400sf of finished lower level, with a total of 4600SF.
1 Unit Available
4971 Oakbrook lane
4971 Oakbrook Lane
Warren County, OH
5 Bedrooms
$6,500
6604 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Lease, lease to own, land-contract, or own - Great Heritage Club home, very large home in Mason Schools. Looking for a new tenant/owner that would like to do a lease with the option to purchase. Seller is willing to consider all scenarios.
1 Unit Available
8507 Island Pines Pl
8507 Island Pines Drive
Landen, OH | Landen
2 Bedrooms
$1,025
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:07 AM
Amazing 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom house in Maineville. Amenities included: central air, central heat, deck, dishwasher, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliance, updated kitchen, and washer dryer. Utilities included: water. Is not pet friendly.
1 Unit Available
1076 Weeping Willow Lane
1076 Weeping Willow Ln
Warren County, OH
4 Bedrooms
$1,845
1770 sqft
Last updated June 25 at 05:37 PM
This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience. Apply, schedule a self-tour, or get on a waiting list for Coming Soon homes; review our resident qualifications; or see more homes at www.firstkeyhomes.
1 Unit Available
5729 Pepperridge Ct Maineville Oh 45039-7274
5729 Pepperridge Court
Warren County, OH
4 Bedrooms
$1,695
2065 sqft
Last updated April 16 at 03:35 AM
Great open floor plan with large family room and equipped kitchen. Relaxing front porch and nice flat low-maintenance fenced-in rear yard. Full unfinished basement.
1 Unit Available
9265 White Pine Drive,
9265 White Pine Drive
Warren County, OH | Landen
4 Bedrooms
$1,995
1972 sqft
Last updated May 2 at 11:50 AM
9265 White Pine 4BR/2.5BA (Loveland) - Apply today for our recently renovated 4BR/2.5BA home for rent in Loveland, Ohio.
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How much is rent in Lebanon?
Apartment Rentals in Lebanon start at $800/month.
How much is rent in Lebanon?
Apartment Rentals in Lebanon start at $800/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Lebanon?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
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While some Lebanon properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Lebanon properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Lebanon.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Lebanon. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Cincinnati-Main Campus, University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College, Union Institute & University, Wright State University-Main Campus, and Xavier University.
How can I find off-campus housing in Lebanon?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Lebanon. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Cincinnati-Main Campus, University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College, Union Institute & University, Wright State University-Main Campus, and Xavier University.

City Guide

Lebanon
The oldest inn in Ohio, The Golden Lamb Inn, began lodging folks in Lebanon in 1803. It isn't the most famous aspect of the city, but it certainly is the most enduring. For anyone visiting here, there is no more fitting place to stay.
The oldest inn in Ohio, The Golden Lamb Inn, began lodging folks in Lebanon in 1803. It isn't the most famous aspect of the city, but it certainly is the most enduring. For anyone visiting here, there is no more fitting place to stay.

The moon and Lebanon have a relationship unlike any other town. Neil Armstrong made his home at a farm here following his return on Apollo 11. Woody Harrelson grew up here. Even Charles Cretors, creator of the world's first popcorn machine, hailed from this southwestern Ohio town. For a city of 20,033 within the metropolitan range of Cincinnati, that claim to fame is undoubtedly impressive. When you walk down Broadway Street and look up into the night sky, notice the moon; it shines extra bright on Lebanon.

Settling Down in Lebanon

Lebanon entertained the antics of Woody Harrelson for a number of years. It won't have a problem entertaining yours. Lebanon is a place where people go to build dreams or where people go after they've made their dreams come true. Before you sit down and have ice cream at The Village Ice Cream Parlor, you have to find a home. Hey, you can even eat popcorn while you shop for home rentals in Lebanon. There are no silly rules to stop you.

What's Available?

It's probably good to hear you won't be forced to go with a certain type of housing. You can find houses, apartments and condos for rent quite easily. Even duplexes, which account for over 10% of housing units, are available. Even though the fact that Neil Armstrong once lived here may make you think there are spaceships available for rent or purchase, that hasn't happened yet, but it may. Lebanon also has lots of land, and renting or purchasing a home on several acres or even a farm is feasible. Getting an apartment to rent in the middle of town is also possible. It's all up to what you want.

Getting What You Want

Houses offer the widest range of choices. Detached, one-unit houses make up nearly 63% of homes in Lebanon. There's plenty of other kinds of housing, and choices aren't really limited as rental openings are always available. Nearly 40% of the city rents, which is greater than the state's average. The best time to search for housing for rent in Lebanon is June and July as lots of people move in and out at the beginning and end of the summer. For this reason, August and May see the most house shopping traffic. These are good times to look, but there's more competition; June and July are better because there's less competition and lots of listings. Additionally, December is a good month because some contracts expire on the last day of the year. Typically speaking, you'll find that two weeks is enough time. If you simply want a standard apartment in a community, it may not even take one week as management at complexes like Arbors of Lebanon and American Village Apartments handles contracts quite quickly.

Avoiding Issues

More than 45% of housing is new and was built after 1990, while more than 25% was built before 1970. Regardless of whether you go with an old or new pad, inspect to see if things work well. Most are perfectly fine, but it's best to be safe. Additionally, if you really like a place, but notice minor problems, take pictures and inform the landlord or management staff. This is especially true if you are leasing from a landlord; you don't want to be blamed for a crack in the floor if you didn't do it. Most landlords are nice here, but some may not believe you anyway; having evidence helps prove yourself. Also, be aware that all bills paid apartments are somewhat rare here; understand what's included before agreeing to a lease.

Settling Down in Lebanon
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Lebanon entertained the antics of Woody Harrelson for a number of years. It won't have a problem entertaining yours. Lebanon is a place where people go to build dreams or where people go after they've made their dreams come true. Before you sit down and have ice cream at The Village Ice Cream Parlor, you have to find a home. Hey, you can even eat popcorn while you shop for home rentals in Lebanon. There are no silly rules to stop you.

What's Available?

It's probably good to hear you won't be forced to go with a certain type of housing. You can find houses, apartments and condos for rent quite easily. Even duplexes, which account for over 10% of housing units, are available. Even though the fact that Neil Armstrong once lived here may make you think there are spaceships available for rent or purchase, that hasn't happened yet, but it may. Lebanon also has lots of land, and renting or purchasing a home on several acres or even a farm is feasible. Getting an apartment to rent in the middle of town is also possible. It's all up to what you want.

Getting What You Want

Houses offer the widest range of choices. Detached, one-unit houses make up nearly 63% of homes in Lebanon. There's plenty of other kinds of housing, and choices aren't really limited as rental openings are always available. Nearly 40% of the city rents, which is greater than the state's average. The best time to search for housing for rent in Lebanon is June and July as lots of people move in and out at the beginning and end of the summer. For this reason, August and May see the most house shopping traffic. These are good times to look, but there's more competition; June and July are better because there's less competition and lots of listings. Additionally, December is a good month because some contracts expire on the last day of the year. Typically speaking, you'll find that two weeks is enough time. If you simply want a standard apartment in a community, it may not even take one week as management at complexes like Arbors of Lebanon and American Village Apartments handles contracts quite quickly.

Avoiding Issues

More than 45% of housing is new and was built after 1990, while more than 25% was built before 1970. Regardless of whether you go with an old or new pad, inspect to see if things work well. Most are perfectly fine, but it's best to be safe. Additionally, if you really like a place, but notice minor problems, take pictures and inform the landlord or management staff. This is especially true if you are leasing from a landlord; you don't want to be blamed for a crack in the floor if you didn't do it. Most landlords are nice here, but some may not believe you anyway; having evidence helps prove yourself. Also, be aware that all bills paid apartments are somewhat rare here; understand what's included before agreeing to a lease.

Contract Preparations

As you take a ride along the iconic Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad and contemplate various homes, there are a few things to have ready for signing day. This is usually easier than city apartments in nearby Cincinnati. It's no walk on the moon; it's almost a walk in the park! You should be ready to give one month's rent, a security deposit and realtor fees. Generally, landlords only want to see that you can pay rent each month; some stricter ones may ask for a credit score and rental history. Managers at complexes usually have applications, perform a credit check and want proof that you can pay rent.

Contract Preparations
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As you take a ride along the iconic Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad and contemplate various homes, there are a few things to have ready for signing day. This is usually easier than city apartments in nearby Cincinnati. It's no walk on the moon; it's almost a walk in the park! You should be ready to give one month's rent, a security deposit and realtor fees. Generally, landlords only want to see that you can pay rent each month; some stricter ones may ask for a credit score and rental history. Managers at complexes usually have applications, perform a credit check and want proof that you can pay rent.

Lebanon Neighborhoods

Your neighborhood means everything in Lebanon. You can be close to the center of town and busy streets. You can live on streets that are mostly residential. You can also live in an area with horses, cows and pigs. You get the idea. That's why it's best to get your priorities straight before you look.

City Center: Colonial Park and Harmon Golf Club are two outdoor attractions. Lebanon Commercial Historic District, The Golden Lamb (a restaurant and hotel), and lots of shops and eateries are on and around Main Street. You'll find houses, apartments and condos here.

Turtle Creek/West Main Street: Covering the west portion of town, highlights of this spread-out area include Cedarbrook Campground, Seeger's Meats and Deli, and Lebanon Sports Complex.

Miller Park: The area around this park covers the north and northwest part of town. Armco Park and Lebanon-Warren County Airport are here. Shaker Run Golf Club, one of Ohio's best courses, is also in this neighborhood.

Harts Plaza Shopping Center: Occupying the northeast and eastern part of town, the neighborhood around this shopping complex has houses, apartments, and stores as well as fun spots like Colony 7 Cinemas, Buffalo Wild Wings and Fred Lake.

Interstate-71: The southern part of town is near this freeway. From here, you have easy access to the greater Cincinnati area. You are also close to King's Island Amusement Park.

Lebanon Neighborhoods
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Your neighborhood means everything in Lebanon. You can be close to the center of town and busy streets. You can live on streets that are mostly residential. You can also live in an area with horses, cows and pigs. You get the idea. That's why it's best to get your priorities straight before you look.

City Center: Colonial Park and Harmon Golf Club are two outdoor attractions. Lebanon Commercial Historic District, The Golden Lamb (a restaurant and hotel), and lots of shops and eateries are on and around Main Street. You'll find houses, apartments and condos here.

Turtle Creek/West Main Street: Covering the west portion of town, highlights of this spread-out area include Cedarbrook Campground, Seeger's Meats and Deli, and Lebanon Sports Complex.

Miller Park: The area around this park covers the north and northwest part of town. Armco Park and Lebanon-Warren County Airport are here. Shaker Run Golf Club, one of Ohio's best courses, is also in this neighborhood.

Harts Plaza Shopping Center: Occupying the northeast and eastern part of town, the neighborhood around this shopping complex has houses, apartments, and stores as well as fun spots like Colony 7 Cinemas, Buffalo Wild Wings and Fred Lake.

Interstate-71: The southern part of town is near this freeway. From here, you have easy access to the greater Cincinnati area. You are also close to King's Island Amusement Park.

Living in Lebanon

Cars riding past rolling hills is a common scene in Lebanon. Neil Armstrong and Woody Harrelson used to drive here, and you should too. Biking and walking is okay for short distances, but this is decidedly a driving town. Lebanon loves to get out and seize the day, whether that be going to North Broadway Historic District or having a meal at Skyline Chili. With Cincinnati close, folks still consider themselves a part of the larger metropolitan area and you see that through the support of professional sports teams like baseball's Cincinnati Reds and football's Bengals. Yet you also see Lebanon has its own way of doing things. A trip to The Village Ice Cream Parlor or Warren County Historical Society and Museum illustrates that. The annual Warren County Fair and County Applefest can give you an even greater sense that Lebanon and popcorn have a lot in common: it's all about sitting back and having a good time.

Living in Lebanon
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Cars riding past rolling hills is a common scene in Lebanon. Neil Armstrong and Woody Harrelson used to drive here, and you should too. Biking and walking is okay for short distances, but this is decidedly a driving town. Lebanon loves to get out and seize the day, whether that be going to North Broadway Historic District or having a meal at Skyline Chili. With Cincinnati close, folks still consider themselves a part of the larger metropolitan area and you see that through the support of professional sports teams like baseball's Cincinnati Reds and football's Bengals. Yet you also see Lebanon has its own way of doing things. A trip to The Village Ice Cream Parlor or Warren County Historical Society and Museum illustrates that. The annual Warren County Fair and County Applefest can give you an even greater sense that Lebanon and popcorn have a lot in common: it's all about sitting back and having a good time.

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City Guide

Lebanon
The oldest inn in Ohio, The Golden Lamb Inn, began lodging folks in Lebanon in 1803. It isn't the most famous aspect of the city, but it certainly is the most enduring. For anyone visiting here, there is no more fitting place to stay.
The oldest inn in Ohio, The Golden Lamb Inn, began lodging folks in Lebanon in 1803. It isn't the most famous aspect of the city, but it certainly is the most enduring. For anyone visiting here, there is no more fitting place to stay.

The moon and Lebanon have a relationship unlike any other town. Neil Armstrong made his home at a farm here following his return on Apollo 11. Woody Harrelson grew up here. Even Charles Cretors, creator of the world's first popcorn machine, hailed from this southwestern Ohio town. For a city of 20,033 within the metropolitan range of Cincinnati, that claim to fame is undoubtedly impressive. When you walk down Broadway Street and look up into the night sky, notice the moon; it shines extra bright on Lebanon.

Settling Down in Lebanon

Lebanon entertained the antics of Woody Harrelson for a number of years. It won't have a problem entertaining yours. Lebanon is a place where people go to build dreams or where people go after they've made their dreams come true. Before you sit down and have ice cream at The Village Ice Cream Parlor, you have to find a home. Hey, you can even eat popcorn while you shop for home rentals in Lebanon. There are no silly rules to stop you.

What's Available?

It's probably good to hear you won't be forced to go with a certain type of housing. You can find houses, apartments and condos for rent quite easily. Even duplexes, which account for over 10% of housing units, are available. Even though the fact that Neil Armstrong once lived here may make you think there are spaceships available for rent or purchase, that hasn't happened yet, but it may. Lebanon also has lots of land, and renting or purchasing a home on several acres or even a farm is feasible. Getting an apartment to rent in the middle of town is also possible. It's all up to what you want.

Getting What You Want

Houses offer the widest range of choices. Detached, one-unit houses make up nearly 63% of homes in Lebanon. There's plenty of other kinds of housing, and choices aren't really limited as rental openings are always available. Nearly 40% of the city rents, which is greater than the state's average. The best time to search for housing for rent in Lebanon is June and July as lots of people move in and out at the beginning and end of the summer. For this reason, August and May see the most house shopping traffic. These are good times to look, but there's more competition; June and July are better because there's less competition and lots of listings. Additionally, December is a good month because some contracts expire on the last day of the year. Typically speaking, you'll find that two weeks is enough time. If you simply want a standard apartment in a community, it may not even take one week as management at complexes like Arbors of Lebanon and American Village Apartments handles contracts quite quickly.

Avoiding Issues

More than 45% of housing is new and was built after 1990, while more than 25% was built before 1970. Regardless of whether you go with an old or new pad, inspect to see if things work well. Most are perfectly fine, but it's best to be safe. Additionally, if you really like a place, but notice minor problems, take pictures and inform the landlord or management staff. This is especially true if you are leasing from a landlord; you don't want to be blamed for a crack in the floor if you didn't do it. Most landlords are nice here, but some may not believe you anyway; having evidence helps prove yourself. Also, be aware that all bills paid apartments are somewhat rare here; understand what's included before agreeing to a lease.

Settling Down in Lebanon
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Lebanon entertained the antics of Woody Harrelson for a number of years. It won't have a problem entertaining yours. Lebanon is a place where people go to build dreams or where people go after they've made their dreams come true. Before you sit down and have ice cream at The Village Ice Cream Parlor, you have to find a home. Hey, you can even eat popcorn while you shop for home rentals in Lebanon. There are no silly rules to stop you.

What's Available?

It's probably good to hear you won't be forced to go with a certain type of housing. You can find houses, apartments and condos for rent quite easily. Even duplexes, which account for over 10% of housing units, are available. Even though the fact that Neil Armstrong once lived here may make you think there are spaceships available for rent or purchase, that hasn't happened yet, but it may. Lebanon also has lots of land, and renting or purchasing a home on several acres or even a farm is feasible. Getting an apartment to rent in the middle of town is also possible. It's all up to what you want.

Getting What You Want

Houses offer the widest range of choices. Detached, one-unit houses make up nearly 63% of homes in Lebanon. There's plenty of other kinds of housing, and choices aren't really limited as rental openings are always available. Nearly 40% of the city rents, which is greater than the state's average. The best time to search for housing for rent in Lebanon is June and July as lots of people move in and out at the beginning and end of the summer. For this reason, August and May see the most house shopping traffic. These are good times to look, but there's more competition; June and July are better because there's less competition and lots of listings. Additionally, December is a good month because some contracts expire on the last day of the year. Typically speaking, you'll find that two weeks is enough time. If you simply want a standard apartment in a community, it may not even take one week as management at complexes like Arbors of Lebanon and American Village Apartments handles contracts quite quickly.

Avoiding Issues

More than 45% of housing is new and was built after 1990, while more than 25% was built before 1970. Regardless of whether you go with an old or new pad, inspect to see if things work well. Most are perfectly fine, but it's best to be safe. Additionally, if you really like a place, but notice minor problems, take pictures and inform the landlord or management staff. This is especially true if you are leasing from a landlord; you don't want to be blamed for a crack in the floor if you didn't do it. Most landlords are nice here, but some may not believe you anyway; having evidence helps prove yourself. Also, be aware that all bills paid apartments are somewhat rare here; understand what's included before agreeing to a lease.

Contract Preparations

As you take a ride along the iconic Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad and contemplate various homes, there are a few things to have ready for signing day. This is usually easier than city apartments in nearby Cincinnati. It's no walk on the moon; it's almost a walk in the park! You should be ready to give one month's rent, a security deposit and realtor fees. Generally, landlords only want to see that you can pay rent each month; some stricter ones may ask for a credit score and rental history. Managers at complexes usually have applications, perform a credit check and want proof that you can pay rent.

Contract Preparations
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As you take a ride along the iconic Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad and contemplate various homes, there are a few things to have ready for signing day. This is usually easier than city apartments in nearby Cincinnati. It's no walk on the moon; it's almost a walk in the park! You should be ready to give one month's rent, a security deposit and realtor fees. Generally, landlords only want to see that you can pay rent each month; some stricter ones may ask for a credit score and rental history. Managers at complexes usually have applications, perform a credit check and want proof that you can pay rent.

Lebanon Neighborhoods

Your neighborhood means everything in Lebanon. You can be close to the center of town and busy streets. You can live on streets that are mostly residential. You can also live in an area with horses, cows and pigs. You get the idea. That's why it's best to get your priorities straight before you look.

City Center: Colonial Park and Harmon Golf Club are two outdoor attractions. Lebanon Commercial Historic District, The Golden Lamb (a restaurant and hotel), and lots of shops and eateries are on and around Main Street. You'll find houses, apartments and condos here.

Turtle Creek/West Main Street: Covering the west portion of town, highlights of this spread-out area include Cedarbrook Campground, Seeger's Meats and Deli, and Lebanon Sports Complex.

Miller Park: The area around this park covers the north and northwest part of town. Armco Park and Lebanon-Warren County Airport are here. Shaker Run Golf Club, one of Ohio's best courses, is also in this neighborhood.

Harts Plaza Shopping Center: Occupying the northeast and eastern part of town, the neighborhood around this shopping complex has houses, apartments, and stores as well as fun spots like Colony 7 Cinemas, Buffalo Wild Wings and Fred Lake.

Interstate-71: The southern part of town is near this freeway. From here, you have easy access to the greater Cincinnati area. You are also close to King's Island Amusement Park.

Lebanon Neighborhoods
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Your neighborhood means everything in Lebanon. You can be close to the center of town and busy streets. You can live on streets that are mostly residential. You can also live in an area with horses, cows and pigs. You get the idea. That's why it's best to get your priorities straight before you look.

City Center: Colonial Park and Harmon Golf Club are two outdoor attractions. Lebanon Commercial Historic District, The Golden Lamb (a restaurant and hotel), and lots of shops and eateries are on and around Main Street. You'll find houses, apartments and condos here.

Turtle Creek/West Main Street: Covering the west portion of town, highlights of this spread-out area include Cedarbrook Campground, Seeger's Meats and Deli, and Lebanon Sports Complex.

Miller Park: The area around this park covers the north and northwest part of town. Armco Park and Lebanon-Warren County Airport are here. Shaker Run Golf Club, one of Ohio's best courses, is also in this neighborhood.

Harts Plaza Shopping Center: Occupying the northeast and eastern part of town, the neighborhood around this shopping complex has houses, apartments, and stores as well as fun spots like Colony 7 Cinemas, Buffalo Wild Wings and Fred Lake.

Interstate-71: The southern part of town is near this freeway. From here, you have easy access to the greater Cincinnati area. You are also close to King's Island Amusement Park.

Living in Lebanon

Cars riding past rolling hills is a common scene in Lebanon. Neil Armstrong and Woody Harrelson used to drive here, and you should too. Biking and walking is okay for short distances, but this is decidedly a driving town. Lebanon loves to get out and seize the day, whether that be going to North Broadway Historic District or having a meal at Skyline Chili. With Cincinnati close, folks still consider themselves a part of the larger metropolitan area and you see that through the support of professional sports teams like baseball's Cincinnati Reds and football's Bengals. Yet you also see Lebanon has its own way of doing things. A trip to The Village Ice Cream Parlor or Warren County Historical Society and Museum illustrates that. The annual Warren County Fair and County Applefest can give you an even greater sense that Lebanon and popcorn have a lot in common: it's all about sitting back and having a good time.

Living in Lebanon
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Cars riding past rolling hills is a common scene in Lebanon. Neil Armstrong and Woody Harrelson used to drive here, and you should too. Biking and walking is okay for short distances, but this is decidedly a driving town. Lebanon loves to get out and seize the day, whether that be going to North Broadway Historic District or having a meal at Skyline Chili. With Cincinnati close, folks still consider themselves a part of the larger metropolitan area and you see that through the support of professional sports teams like baseball's Cincinnati Reds and football's Bengals. Yet you also see Lebanon has its own way of doing things. A trip to The Village Ice Cream Parlor or Warren County Historical Society and Museum illustrates that. The annual Warren County Fair and County Applefest can give you an even greater sense that Lebanon and popcorn have a lot in common: it's all about sitting back and having a good time.