New location and new website announcement

January 2023 CINCINNATI, OH – The REALTOR® Alliance of Greater Cincinnati (RAGC), formerly Cincinnati Area Board of REALTORS®, is proud to announce its new association identity, redesigned logo, and website. With the launch of the website,, the association is paving the way for an exciting new chapter in their association’s history. RAGC represents over 6,000 REALTORS® and affiliate members in the surrounding Butler, Hamilton, and Warren counties.

The new identity brings together the Cincinnati Area Board of REALTORS® and the Butler-Warren Association, which joined forces in January 2022 and simplified its service areas for members and consumers. The new brand’s priorities were unity, the strength of the industry, and the tie to the Greater Cincinnati area.

“Our leadership team developed a strategic plan to guide our growth. It became clear that it’s important for our positioning to reflect better who we are and what we do to benefit our members and consumers. As a result, we’ve changed our logo and our entire brand. Our new brand identity illustrates how forward-thinking and inclusive our services are.” said Rich Fletcher, CEO of the REALTOR® Alliance of Greater Cincinnati.

The RAGC will relocate its offices in Spring 2023 to the first-floor location at 400 E-Business Way, Sharonville, OH 45241 from its current location in Reading.

“This coming year will continue to bring challenges to our industry on many fronts, but we will remain resolute in providing unparalleled member and community connections, advocacy, and professionalism,” added Fletcher.

The RAGC is the leading regional force in safeguarding and promoting the interest of REALTORS® in preserving private property rights and influencing and shaping the industry. Our members include licensed brokers, salespersons, trade affiliates, financial advisors, lenders, and title and escrow companies.

In August 1888, a small group of Queen City realty pioneers met to consider the advisability of organizing the real estate men of Cincinnati into a strong body. The organization was incorporated on Feb. 11, 1890. Its name was The Cincinnati Real Estate and Stock Exchange. Representatives from Cincinnati and 16 other Boards from 13 states, and one state association met in Chicago on May 12, 1908. They organized the National Association of Real Estate Boards, now known as the National Association of Realtors® (NAR).