Monroe, OH Real Estate
Monroe, Ohio is located in Butler County. Nearby cities and towns include Middletown, Four Bridges, Hunter, Trenton, Wetherington, Mason, Olde West Chester, Beckett Ridge, Franklin, Lebanon, Kings Mills, Williamsdale, New Miami, Carlisle, South Lebanon, Jacksonburg, Landen, Seven Mile, Springboro, Highpoint, Hamilton, Brecon, Sharonville, Loveland Park, Sixteen Mile Stand, Springdale, Fairfield, Five Points, Maineville, Germantown, Glendale, Loveland, Montgomery, Blue Ash, Miamisburg, Evendale, Forest Park, Pleasant Run Farm, West Elkton, Woodlawn, Morrow, Greenhills, Lincoln Heights, Remington, Pleasant Run, Millville, Reading, Lockland, Dillonvale, Waynesville, Rossmoyne, New Burlington, Wyoming, Concorde Hills, Mount Healthy Heights, Farmersville, Gratis, Darrtown, Kenwood, Miamiville, West Carrollton, Arlington Heights, Pleasant Hills, Somerville, Corwin, Deer Park, Amberley, Centerville, Mount Healthy, Camp Dennison, Dunlap, The Village of Indian Hill, Butlerville, Finneytown, Northbrook, Pleasant Plain, Silverton, Madeira, Northgate, Ross, Mulberry, Golf Manor, Skyline Acres, Moraine, North College Hill, Elmwood Place, Dry Ridge, Mount Repose, Groesbeck, Milford, Camden, Bellbrook, Harveysburg, Day Heights, New Baltimore, Terrace Park, St. Bernard, Norwood, Drexel, New Lebanon, Oxford, Clarksville, White Oak, Kettering, Mariemont, Plainville, Fairfax, Oakwood, Taylor Creek, Monfort Heights, Newtown, Spring Valley, Cincinnati, West Alexandria, Summerside, Blanchester, New Haven, Dent, Turpin Hills, Dayton, Newtonsville, Dry Run, Cheviot, Lake Lakengren, Trotwood, Miamitown, Mount Carmel, Bellevue, Bridgetown, Dayton, and Sherwood. Monroe is a suburban community with a population of 12,806. The median household income is $68,292. In Monroe, 63% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 39% of the households. Half the population of Monroe commutes 20 minutes or less to work, with 54% of residents holding white collar jobs and 46% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Monroe, OH is 26 years, with 71% of those homes owned, 24% rented, and 5% not occupied. In the previous year, 315 Monroe properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Monroe in the previous year was $141,171.